I have been making a TON of triangle scarves lately. In part due to my soon to be opening Etsy shop, and the other part is for a craft show I will be participating in this coming November. Aaaand maybe there’s a small-ish part of me that just LOVES the way they look and feel…maybe…
I was in the process of making one, and realized how cute it would look if I just stopped one row back and wore it just a little shorter than the usual giant triangle scarves.
I was right! It is so stinking cute, and better yet, you don’t have to sacrifice the warmth! It’s just as snuggly as the big ones, just shorter!
I know that there are a gazillion triangle scarf patterns out there, but hey, what’s one more beautiful scarf pattern?! This one is my go to pattern!
Loops & Threads In any color – Pictured are Ash, Black Rasberry, and Mulberry
10mm Crochet Hook
Chain 3 always counts as a DC.
Try to have a loose tension; it helps with the chunky flow and helps add a beautiful drape.
This pattern is worked in rows, turn at the end of each row (after the ch 3).
Row 1: 2dc in the first chain. Chain 3, turn.
Row 2: 2dc in same stitch as ch 3. Ch 1, skip one dc, 3dc in top of first ch 3. Ch 3, turn.
Row 3: 2dc in same stitch as ch 3. Ch1, 3dc in ch1 space from previous row. Ch 1, 3dc in top of ch3 from previous row. Ch 3, turn.
Row 4: 2dc in same stitch as ch3. *Ch1, 3dc in ch1 space.* Repeat from * to * to end of row. Ch 3, turn.
Row 5 – 15: Repeat row 4
Fasten off and weave in ends.
To make tassels, cut 6 strands of yarn at about 27-30 inches. Attach 3 strands to each of the two upper corners as pictured below.
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