This super beginner-friendly Triangle Scarf crochet pattern is the perfect accessory this fall. Throw it on over a tank top, or a denim jacket and some wedge shoes, and you’re ready for autumn!
Denim Dreams Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern
The only stitch you need to know in order to make this super chic scarf is the double crochet. Definitely a beginner friendly design, so grab your hook and let’s work one up. 😀
This oversized scarf/shawl is the perfect weight and level of warmth for sitting around the fire at night, or for watching football, or to ward off the chill while you crochet on something new.
For this ginormous triangle shawl we are using Yarn Bee’s new Wrapology yarn. We use about 1.5 skeins (or until you’re happy with the size), and if you want to use ALL of both skeins, you could make this considerably larger yet.
I love the drape of this yarn. The 90% cotton content gives it a great weight and the little bursts of color wrapped around the yarn add a gorgeous effect. There are multiple colors available. Check out those darker hues! ♥
Wrapology Hues (Sunday Denim colorway pictured) Size 2, 90% Cotton & 10% Polyester blend
-less than 2 balls (approx. 900 yards)
Crochet hook in size H/5mm
Pattern written using US terms.
The turning ch-3 at the beginning of each row DOES count as a stitch.
If you need a tutorial for the double crochet stitch, you can find that here.
We start this scarf at the bottom point, increasing the width each row on both sides of the triangle. We will continue crocheting until it is either the size we want, or we run out of yarn. If you want tassels, make sure you make those either before you start, or get too far into the second yarn cake.
See this post for tips on how to quickly make tassels and fringe.
The first row of this scarf is made using the Magic Circle. If you would rather start with a chain, there are alternate instructions listed below.
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Ready? Let’s get started!
Row 1: Magic Circle, Ch-3 (counts as dc, here and throughout), 4dc in circle. Pull circle tight. Alternately you could Ch-3, 4dc in first chain made. (5)
Row 2: Ch-3, turn, 2dc in first st. Dc in between the next 2 sts. 3dc in top of ch-3. (8)
Row 3: Ch-3, turn, 2dc in first st. Dc in between the next 5 sts. 3dc in top of ch-3. (11)
Row 4: Ch-3, turn, 2dc in first st. Dc in between the next 8 sts. 3dc in top of ch-3. (14)
Row 5: Ch-3, turn, 2dc in first st. Dc in between the next 11 sts. 3dc in top of ch-3. (17)
Row 6: Ch-3, turn, 2dc in first st. Dc in between the next 14 sts. 3dc in top of ch-3. (20)
Rows 7 – 78 (or until desired size is reached): Continue adding rows in the same manner.
Fasten off, weave in all ends, and add tassels if you like.
That. Is. It! How easy is this?! I hope you love your new, lightweight triangle scarf and that you enjoyed crocheting it.