This Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern is the perfect beginner winter project. It is made up of basically one stitch and the pattern is two rows repeated allowing you to adjust the pattern to any size scarf you want. I added tassel just to give it extra style points, but they are completely optional! While this pattern was made so that any beginner crocheter could make it, it is still a great project for the advanced makers as well. It is the perfect project to work on while watching Netflix or just while you sit out on your front porch enjoying the fall weather we have right now! I named this pattern after one of my best friends Amanda Jo because I knew this scarf matches perfectly with her adorable and sassy self <3
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Materials You Will Need
Yarn: I used 1 skeins of Lion Brand’s Scarfie Yarn in the color mint/silver. I got it on sale at Joann Fabrics plus got 10% cash back using my Ibotta App. It is my second project using this yarn and I loved the way both of them turned out. The fibers did stick to each other when I had to frog some things while making/testing this pattern, but besides that it was a dream to work with! You can get it here through Amazon.
Crochet Hook: I used a 10mm Clover Brand Hook. It is a larger hook than suggested for this yarn but I felt that it was too stiff using a smaller hook but use whatever works for you!
Tapestry Needle: This is the yarn needle I used to weave in my ends.
Scissors: The scissors below are the ones I use and keep in my crafting bag. They are super sharp and compact enough to carry with me and my projects! 10/10 would recommend these scissors to all makers!
Stitches Used in This Pattern
I will be using abbreviations (beginners check out my printable abbreviation cheat sheet) in this written pattern so here is a list of the names/abbreviations and brief directions for each:
Stitch (ST) – Next chain or stitch you are going to work into
Yarn Over (YO) – wrapping yarn around hook
Chain (CH) – After having an slip knot on your hook, YO and pull through your slip knot. That is a chain 1. YO again and pull through loop on hook. That is your chain 2, and so forth.
Slip Stitch (SS) – Insert hook into next chain/stitch and yarn over. Pull through chain/stitch and continue to pull through the loop on your hook.
Half Double Crochet (HDC) – YO and insert hook into next chain/stitch and pull up a loop. YO and pull through all loops on hook.
If you love this pattern, you may want to check out my Comfy & Cozy Sweater Pattern made with scarfie yarn as well!
The Amanda Jo Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern
This Crochet Triangle Scarf can be made to any size. Basically the gist of this pattern is that you will make an increase on every row, but always on the same side of the scarf. Start reading the pattern and you will start to understand what I am referring to.
Row 1: CH 3, HDC in first CH.
Row 2: CH 2 (counts as first HDC). Make 2 HDC in next ST.
Row 3: CH 2 (counts as first HDC) make another HDC in the same ST. HDC across.
Row 4: CH 2. HDC across, making 2HDC in the last ST of the row.
Row 5: CH 2. Make a HDC in the same ST. HDC across.
** Repeat rows 4 and 5 until your scarf reaches the desired size (or you run out of yarn, ha!)**
*HINT: Tie a contrasting piece of yarn (or a stitch marker) onto the side you are making the increases on so when you get to the end of the row you will know if that is the edge you need to make the increases on or leave as is!
I used my Crochet Toolkit case to wrap my yarn around 15-20 times. You could use a book or something else to wrap it around just to keep your tassels the same size.
I tied a 10″ string around the loops I made and then cut the loop I made directly across from where I tied on the 10″ string.
Keeping the yarn folded around the 10″ piece you tied on, wrap another 10″ piece, about an inch down from the first string you tied on, around both sides of the loop 5-7 times. Tie in a knot and cut ends.
Use the first 10″ string used to tie onto the loops to attach to the tips of the crochet triangle scarf.
Weave in your ends!
Winter is coming… but we are ready for it.
That is it ya’ll! How easy was this Amanda Jo Crochet Triangle Scarf? Almost too easy right! This would be a perfect item to sell at craft fairs or on Etsy! It takes only one skein of yarn (if you make it close to the size I did) and its something you can make almost in autopilot mode while watching TV or chatting with friends. Sometimes simple projects like this are great for when you don’t want to have to think too hard about it! Let me know if you have any questions on this Crochet Triangle Scarf pattern! Thank Loves!
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