Triangle Scarf Pattern

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Pattern:
I've used worsted and bulky types.
H to N hook. (depending on yarn type)
You can substitute double crochet with half double crochet if you like.

Foundation:
  • Chain 3.
  • 2 dc into the last chain. Ch 1, 3 dc (into last chain), ch 3. Turn.

Row 2:
  • 2 double crochet in the first st.
  • Chain 1. '3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc' in the ch 1 space (hole) *ch 1, 2 dc in last st.
  • Chain 3, turn.

Row 3:
  • 2 double crochet in the first st.
  • Chain 1. 3 dc in ch 1 space. Chain 1. '3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc' in the [hole].
  • Chain 1. 3 dc in ch 1 space.
  • Chain 1, 3 dc in last st. Chain 3, turn.

Repeat row 3 to get it as large as you would like.

I see this in my head better than explaining. I wouldn't deem this a beginner project! I put up bullet points to separate it into pieces.


How I see this:


The Chain 3 before Row 3 acts as the third double crochet.
  • BEGIN ROW 3:   3 dc in each ch-space (hole) until you reach the middle point.
  • Middle point: '3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc'

-Go back down the other side with 3 dc in each ch 1 space.

-While chaining one in between :)


You can attach yarn to make a double crochet rectangle to wrap or tie around yourself.
Sew on a large enough button and wear it like so.
I left tails on both sides to loosely tie it :)


I do have variations of this scarf that I'll be writing up shortly.




This is a basic pattern of this watermelon scarf. That one has a lace-esque edging and two rectangles on each side to tie/wrap around.

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