Crochet triangle scarf: free pattern

Make a speedy crochet triangle scarf woth your own yarn cake!Speedy Crochet triangle scarf

Do you sometimes need a project you can get done in an evening too? It really plays into the happiness boosting nature of this craft that you can have a visible, touchable result of your labor and sometimes I need this happiness fix fast! This free crochet triangle scarf pattern is super easy and is sure to make you smile quickly!

Keep reading for the free crochet triangle scarf pattern!

Free crochet trangle scarf patternThe first step is optional but really speeds things up even more:

Make a yarn cake with four of your favorite worsted weight yarn colors. If you want to know how to diy your own yarn cake follow this link!

The yarn I used was Vanna’s Choice in White, Silver Heather, Wild Berry and Dusty Purple

I used what I had left over which was under 200 grams or 7 oz

Divide up your yarn into two balls for each color and either make two cakes or one big yummy yarn cake.

Pattern for the speedy triangle crochet scarf:

You will need

4 ply worsted weight yarn in 4 colors under 50 grams each, I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice

a 6mm or J hook (I use this one , for a comprehensive hook review go here !)

a yarn needle

Stitches used

This crochet scarf pattern is super easy and uses only the double crochet (dc) stitch and the chain stitch (ch)

you will start at the tip and make your increases on each side every row.

ch 5

Row 1: 2dc into third ch from hook, 2dc in last st

Row 2: ch 3, dc in same st, 2dc in space between second and third dc of last row, 2dc in top of ch 3 from previous row

Row 3: ch 3, dc in same st, *sk next st,  2dc in sp between next 2 st, repeat from *, 2dc in top of ch 3 from previous row

Work like row 3 until scarf reaches desired length about 44 rows

Row 45: ch 3, 3dc in same st, *sk next st, 2dc in sp between next 2 st, repeat from *, 4dc in top of ch 3 from previous row

Row 46: work like row 3

Repeat row 45 & 46 4 more times


Free crochet triangle scarf pattern

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  1. I made this with Mandala in Genie. I added a fringe and 2 buttons to attach at the shoulders. I love it so much! I also did mine with an H hook. Thank you for the pattern. I’ve uploaded photos on the Ravelry page for this scarf.

    1. Hi Deb!
      Your increases are on each side. You chain 3 which counts as a dc, then dc in same st. Yhats your increase in the beginning, then you will work 2dc into the space between 2dc groups and your increase at the end is 2dc into the top of ch2 from previous round. I hope this helps!

    1. Hi Jennifer, I’m not sure if this is what you meant but yes, it would be better to dc one into the third ch. This will keep it even on both sides. I added the sk one ch st to get a tip shape. Thank you for your comment!

    2. So I know it’s not my pattern, but I altered it a bit and it works

      I chain 3, then I do DC, ch 1, 2DC in the 3rd ch. Creating that initial point. Then continue as instructed. Hope that helps

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