The trees are budding and the air is warming up. Spring has finally arrived.
It’s just the right time to break out those fall to spring transitional pieces like scarves and shawls, and my newest crochet triangle scarf is absolutely perfect for the season!
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It’s super simple repeating pattern that you can work up in about a day, making it a quick and easy spring project that’s great for adding a touch of style to your everyday wear.
When I designed this scarf I had something very simple in mind.
I wanted something lacy, yet warm enough for those cool spring mornings or evenings, but also something fun and colorful.
Something to add that little “pop” to your casual jeans and tee-shirt ensemble.
And personally, I really think that the Adia Triangle Scarf hits the mark!
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Yarn Details: It’s all about the yarn baby!
I initially chose a fingering weight yarn called DHFZ Milk Cotton from Yes Sewing for this project because it’s lightweight, what I didn’t know until I started working with it is how super soft this 100% acrylic yarn is!
Seriously folks, I was shocked.
I LOVED working with it!
It’s not very often that I want a project to go on even after its finished, but this project was an exception.
Milk cotton is literally one of the softest and smoothest yarns I have ever worked with and in truth, I wish I had ordered more so I could have made a shawl instead of a scarf.
I would just love to be wrapped in this softness all day!
That being said, I am honestly not disappointed with my scarf and I truly enjoy wearing it because it is so comfortable. 😃
I highly recommend this yarn if you are looking for a super soft, lightweight, fingering yarn!
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Adia Triangle Scarf Details
**THIS IS AN ORIGINAL PATTERN. Please see my Copyright Statement for details.
Just a few simple stitches and some lightweight yarn and you’ll have a lovely warm weather scarf that’ll add a pop of color and a touch of style to your spring or summer wardrobes. The Aida Triangle Scarf is easy to work up and takes only a day to do!
Difficulty level: Level 2 – Advanced Beginner
All measurements are approximate, measured flat pre-wear, and are provided in inches.
Width = 9.5 – inches from tip of peak to top edge of the scarf.
Length = 26 – inches from center of scarf to the edge of the scarf. This is measured on each side of the center. Thus total length is 32 – inches.
Gauge: 16 stitches and 10 rows = 4-inches in double crochet = 4-inches.
- 100% acrylic, DHFZ Milk Cotton, Fingering weight, color 01, 2 balls, approx. 400 yards / 366 meters.
Total yardage: 200 yards / 50 grams per skein.
~Yarn alternatives: Any fingering weight yarn.
- Crochet Hook size F/5 3.75mm or whatever hook is necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
- Measuring tape
- Stitch markers (optional)
- Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Pattern is written in US terms. *Click on abbreviation names for tutorials
Double crochet (dc)
Back Post only (bpo)
*____* Repeat indicated instructions
- Read all pattern notes, instructions, and other provided details carefully before starting the project to make sure you understand everything. It could save you hours & a lot of headaches!
- Make a swatch that measures at least 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches using the stitch provided under the Gauge Section. If your swatch matches the gauge, then you are all set to start the project. If the gauge is wrong, you might need to change your crochet hook – increase your hook size if your stitches are smaller & decrease your hook size if your stitches are larger.
- All measurements given are unblocked and measured flat pre-wear and pre-seaming as fabric pieces may stretch during/after blocking, wearing, and seaming.
- Provided measurements are as exact as possible, but are given as approximates. This is because yarn variances, crochet tension, & individual technique might give variations in the result, which changes from person to person.
- Some images in pattern are depicted using 100% acrylic, DHFZ Milk Cotton, Fingering weight, color 04.
- Care Instructions: Hand wash & lay flat to dry.
Row 1: Dc in the bpo of the 5th ch from the hook (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), *ch1, skip the next ch, dc in the bpo of the next ch*. Repeat from * to * 49 more times, ch 1, (dc, ch 2, dc) in the next ch [forms the peak], ch 1, dc in the bpo of the next ch, *ch 1, skip the next ch, dc in the bpo of the next ch*, Repeat from * to * 50 more times. (52 dc on each side of the ch-2 space of the peak = 104 dc)
Row 2: Ch 1, turn work, *sc in the next dc, sc in the next ch 1-sp*, Repeat across to the (dc, ch 2, dc) peak, sc in the 1st dc of the peak, work 3 sc into the ch2-sp, sc into the 2nd dc of the peak, *sc in the next ch 1-sp, sc in the next dc* Repeat from * to * to the ch 4 from the previous row, sc in the ch 4-sp, sc in the 3rd ch of the ch 4. (209)
Row 3: Ch 1, turn work, sc in each st across. (209)
Row 4: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), turn work, *skip the next st, dc in the next st, ch 1*, Repeat from * to * 50 more times, dc in the next sc, ch 1, (dc, ch 2, dc) in the next st [peak], ch 1, dc in the next st, ch 1, dc in the next st, *ch 1, skip the next st, dc in the next st*, Repeat from * to * to end. (54 dc on each side of the ch2-space of the peak = 108 dc)
Row 5: Ch 1, turn work, *sc in the next dc, sc in the next ch1-sp*. Repeat from * to * across to the (dc, ch 2, dc) peak, sc in the 1st dc of the peak, work 3 sc into the ch2-sp, sc in the 2nd dc of the peak, *sc in the next ch1-sp, sc in the next dc*, Repeat from * to * across to the ch 4 from the previous row, ch 1 in the ch4-sp, ch 1 in the 3rd ch of the ch 4. (117)
Row 6: Ch 1, turn work, sc in each st across to end. (117)
Row 7: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), turn work, *skip the next st, dc in the next st, ch 1*, Repeat from * to * across until you reach the last st before the peak, ch 1, dc in the last st before the peak, ch 1, (dc, ch 2, dc) in the next st [creates peak], ch 1, dc in the next st, ch 1, dc in the next st, *ch 1, skip the next st, dc in the next st*, Repeat from * to * across to the end. (56 dc on each side of the ch 2-space of the peak = 112 dc)
Rows 8-25: Repeat rows 5-7. Row 25 should end on a row 7 repeat.
NOTE: The number of sts on each side of the peak in row 7 will increase by 2 with each repeat, therefore increasing the overall stitch count as well.
Add fringe in every other hole along the short edges of the scarf.
Step 1. Cut groups of yarn about 8-inches long with approx. 15 strands each.
Step 2: Fold each group in half to create a loop at one end.
Step 3: Push “looped” end into the whole on the short edge of the scarf.
Step 4: Tuck the loose strands into the middle of the loop.
Step 5. Tighten the loop down by gently tugging the loose ends after it is through the loop.
Step 6. After you do steps 1-5 along the short edges of the scarf, trim the loose strands so that each group of fringe is even.
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