Triangular Shawl Crochet Pattern - Crochet Triangle Scarf
The Fairy Lights triangle shawl crochet pattern is the perfect combination of elegant and cozy.
If you’ve never done colorwork before, this is a great pattern to start with! The simple colored bobbles add a fun texture and personality to this triangular wrap, and this printable PDF pattern will guide you through it step-by-step.
You can wear this as a classic shawl draped over a dress or nice top one day, then pile it around your neck as a casual scarf with jeans the next day. You’ll find excuses to wear it all the time! I like to keep mine hanging by the front door so I can take it with me whenever I leave the house.
/PATTERN DETAILS • Size: 1.35m / 53” long and 65 cm / 25.5” wide • Beginner-friendly • Triangle scarf / shawl • Techniques used / Special stitches: Full explanations are given in the pattern. • US crochet notations • Illustrated step-by-step photos
/MATERIALS • 5.5 mm / US I – 9 hook. • WeCrochet Swish worsted (50g, 100% fine superwash merino, 100m / 110 yds): • 10 skeins Marine Heather (Main Color MC) • 1 skein Nutmeg Heather (color A) • 1 skein Rose Heather (color B) • 1 skein Wonderland Heather (color C) • 1 skein Honey (color D) • Tapestry needle to weave in the ends. • 1 stitch marker.
- Size: 1.35m / 53” long and 65 cm / 25.5” wide
- US crochet notations
- Illustrated step-by-step photos
- Both metric and imperial
Materials you need at home:
- 5.5 mm / US I – 9 hook.
- Worsted weight yarn
- stitch marker
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