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Free Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern

Posted on January 07, 2019 by Lorene Eppolite | 0 Comments

 

Hi everyone! Its Meghan here from Meghan Makes Do, I’m thrilled to be bringing you this month’s CAL. Let’s start the New Year off right with the cozy Huckleberry Scarf! 

When I first saw the new Color Made Easy yarn from Lion Brand I knew I had to get my hands on it. Then when I saw they had a color named Huckleberry it felt like fate! This is my second triangle scarf design since I named my first one after my first born, I knew I wanted to name this one after my second. My son’s middle name is Huckleberry so the colorway was absolutely perfect! 

This yarn works up beautifully using my furls size K crochet hook. It’s a bulky weight yarn that works up quickly and creates the most amazing textures. The best thing about this scarf is that you can also make it with worsted weight yarn and it’s totally customizable. You can add as many extra rows as you would like to create the size that is perfect for you.

 

SUPPLIES

- 628 yards of Lion Brand Color Made Easy in Huckleberry or similar weight 4 or 5 yarn

- Your favorite Furls crochet hook size K (6.5mm)

- Tapestry needle

- Tape measure or ruler

- Scissors

- 1 ½ inch button (optional)

PATTERN DETAILS

Gauge
14 stitches X 7 rows = 4” square in half double crochet in BLO

Size
Finished scarf measures 53” along top and 42.5” along each side.

Abbreviations
Ch- chain, Hdc- half double crochet, BLO- back loops only, St- Stitch, Sp- space

Special Stitches

Corner Stitch
For the corner, work 2hdc, ch2, 2hdc into each ch-2 space from the previous row.

Notes

  1. Scarf is worked in rows and all stitches are worked in the BLO.
  2. Ch 2 at beginning of rows does not count as a stitch.
  3. Stitch counts at the end of rows tell how many hdc and ch 1 stitches were worked in each row.
  4. Gauge is not essential but will affect the finished size of the scarf.
  5. Feel free to substitute with worsted weight yarns as well. If using worsted weight you may need to add additional rows to reach the desired size.

 

PART ONE

The Huckleberry Scarf was designed with the beginner in mind. Even if you are relatively new to crochet you can create a gorgeous scarf using just some basic crochet stitches. Let’s get started with part one. We will be working rows 1-20. Remember to read through all the notes and take note of the special corner stitch in the pattern. Don’t forget to work in the back loops only starting with row 2!

Form a magic loop

Row 1: ch 2, work 3 hdc into magic loop and pull tight, ch 2, turn. (3)

From here on out work in BLO

Row 2:  2hdc in first st, work a corner stitch (2hdc, ch2, 2hdc) into the next stitch, 2hdc in last stitch, ch 2, turn. (8)

Row 3: 2hdc in first st, hdc 3, corner stitch into the ch-2 sp, 3hdc, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (14)

Row 4: 2hdc in first st, (ch 1, sk 1, hdc in next st) 3 times, corner stitch into the ch-2 sp, (hdc, ch 1, sk 1) 3 times, 2hdc into last st, ch 2, turn. (20)

Row 5: 2hdc in first st, hdc into each stitch and ch 1 across, corner stitch into ch-2 sp, hdc into each stitch and ch 1 across, 2hdc in last st, ch 2 turn. (26)

Row 6: 2hdc in first st, hdc 12, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 12, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (32)

Row 7: 2hdc in first st, hdc 15, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 15, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (38)

Row 8: 2hdc in first st, hdc 18, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 18, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (44)

Row 9: 2hdc in first st, hdc 21, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 21, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (50)

Row 10: 2hdc in first st, (ch 1, sk 1, hdc in next st) 12 times, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, (hdc in next st, ch1, sk1) 12 times, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (56)

Row 11: 2hdc in first st, working into each st and ch 1 across hdc 27, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, working into each st and ch 1 across hdc 27, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (62)

Row 12: 2hdc in first st, hdc 30, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 30, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (68)

Row 13: 2hdc in first st, hdc 33, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 33, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (74)

Row 14: 2hdc in first st, (ch1, sk1, hdc in next stitch) 18 times, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, (hdc in next st, ch 1, sk 1) 18 times, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (80)

Row 15: 2hdc in first st, working into each st and ch 1 across hdc 39, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, working into each st and ch 1 across hdc 39, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (86)

Row 16: 2hdc in first st, hdc 42, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 42, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (92)

Row 17: 2hdc in first st, hdc 45, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 45, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (98)

Row 18: 2hdc in first st, hdc 48, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 48, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (104)

Row 19: 2hdc in first st, hdc 51, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, hdc 51, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (110)

Row 20: 2hdc in first st, (ch1, sk1, hdc in next stitch) 27 times, corner stitch in ch-2 sp, (hdc in next st, ch 1, sk 1) 27 times, 2hdc in last st, ch 2, turn. (116)

 

PART TWO

Coming January 22nd, 2019

 

PART THREE

Coming January 29th, 2019

 

ABOUT OUR DESIGNER

Meghan is a wife and mother of two living near San Francisco, California. Meghan has been crocheting for over 20 years and now loves designing her own patterns. After leaving the education field and becoming a stay at home mom, Meghan decided to share her love of all things creative by creating the blog Meghanmakesdo.com. There she shares crochet patterns, DIY projects, sewing tutorials and small business tips. When she’s not crocheting she can be found drinking coffee, reading a good book or going on adventures with her family.




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