This isn’t the first triangle scarf that I’ve made (remember the Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap & Easiest Ever Knit Wrap), but it’s definitely the most luxurious! I recently got to try out this new hand dyed, superwash merino wool yarn from Lion Brand and decided that it was perfect for fall scarf making. The colors remind me of the forest and I fell in love! This scarf had to have a simple stitch pattern so it could showcase the amazing hand dyed coloring of the yarn. For this reason, I went ahead and used basic double crochet stitches with chain stitches. Simple but elegant. 🙂
You would never know that this is wool you guys! It is so incredibly soft, spongy and squishy. Definitely a treat to work with and available in several bright and beautiful colorways (here). I stuck with the earthy colors but I know a lot of you are braver with color than I am! It’s a lot of fun to see the different colors that pop out as you crochet each new stitch. Anyway, you can scroll down for the free pattern or you may choose to purchase the kit from Lion Brand available in four different colorways here (currently 20%off) or the printable, ad-free version of the pattern from my Etsy shop here. 🙂
I typically stay away from variegated and colorful yarns but this was so such a pleasure to crochet. 🙂
Like I mentioned earlier, the various colors in this yarn reminded me of the forest and all the colors that you might find in that environment. From deep blues, to green to variations of brown. It’s the perfect color combo for fall and it’s neutral enough so that it can go with jeans and all kinds of other outfits. My family spends a lot of time outdoors in the Pike National Forest so it’s safe to say I’m a big fan of forests (tree hugger alert lol!). Many of the color options available with the Anya Yarn are bright, happy and unique which I know a lot of you color enthusiasts will love. My daughter has had her eye on one in particular so I’m thinking of buying it soon to make her a little winter scarf.
Below you can see the simple stitch work in this project. You can see the rows where chain stitches are worked with double crochet stitches to create striped open stitching. The final edge also features chain stitches and double crochet stitches. Hopefully this gives the scarf just enough interest but doesn’t take away from the star of the show which is the yarn!
I made it just long enough that it can rest over the shoulders or wrap around the neck like a small scarf.
It’s squishy, warm and soft. 🙂
Below: The Anya yarn comes in a gorgeous hank and I wound the first one by hand. I then got out my trusty yarn swift and my daughter helped me wind up the rest in to nice cakes!
So let’s get to this pattern!
This luxurious triangle scarf will take you from fall to winter with it’s clean lines and simple stitching meant to showcase the incredible colors of this hand-dyed yarn. Made with high-end superwash merino, this scarf is both soft to the touch and practical for everyday wear. A wonderful transitional piece for all climates and perfect for brisk fall days.
US Size G, 4.25 mm Crochet Hook
3 skeins LB Collection Anya 100% Superwash Merino Wool Yarn (worsted weight) in Down To Earth (100 g/skein) (Full kit available HERE from Lion Brand Yarn 20% off this week) Pattern uses approximately 250 g
Approximately 15 stitches & 9 rows in 4”x4” of double crochet
64” X 24”
Abbreviations & Skills:
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sk st – skip stitch
st – stitch
ch sp – chain space
ch2 corner sp – this is the chain 2 space which is the middle corner of the triangle
sl st – slip stitch
This scarf is crocheted by starting with a ring and working double crochet increases to form the triangle. Each row increases by 6 stitches. Stitch counts are indicated in the parenthesis at the end of the directions for each row. Check your gauge before beginning to ensure the size will turn out correctly. You may also block to shape and size when complete.
Anya Crocheted Fall Triangle Pattern Instructions
Ch 5, sl st to join in order to form a ring
Row 1 Ch 3, 3dc in ring, ch2, 4dc (8dc)
Row 2 Ch 3 (counts as st), turn, 2 dc in 1st st, 1 dc in each st across until ch2 corner space; work (1dc, ch2, 1dc) in ch2 corner sp, 1 dc in each st to final st of row (this is the ch 3 from the previous row), 3 dc in final st (14 dc)
Row 3 Ch 3 (counts as st), turn, 2 dc in 1st st, work dc in each st across to ch2 corner space; work (1dc, ch2, 1 dc) in ch2 corner sp, work dc in each st across to final st of row, 3 dc in final st of row (this is the turn ch of previous row). (20 dc)
Row 4 – 8 Repeat row 3 (26, 32, 38, 44, 50)
Rows 9 Ch 3, turn, 2 dc in 1st st, 1 dc in next st, *ch1, sk st, dc in next st; repeat from * across to 2nd to last st before ch2 corner sp, dc in last st before corner sp; work (1dc ch2, 1dc) in ch2 corner sp, 1 dc in each of next 2 sts, , *ch 1, sk st, dc in next st; repeat from * across, 3 dc in final st (final st is turn ch from previous row) (56)
Row 10 Ch 3 (counts as st), turn, 2 dc in 1st st, 1 dc in each dc st across and each ch sp across to ch2 corner sp; work (1dc, ch, 1 dc) in ch2 corner sp, work 1 dc in each dc st across and each ch sp across the row, 3 dc in final st (turn ch of previous row) (62)
Row 11 Repeat row 9 (68)
Row 12 Repeat row 10 (74)
Row 13-15 Repeat row 3 (80, 86, 92)
Row 16 Ch 3, turn, 2 dc in 1st st, 1 dc in next st, *ch 1, sk st, dc in next st; repeat from * across to ch2 corner sp; work (1dc, ch 2 1 dc) in ch 2 corner sp, 1dc in next st, *ch 1, sk st, dc in next st; repeat from * across, 3dc in last st (the turn ch of previous row) (98)
Row 17 – 20 Repeat the sequence from rows 12 – 15 (104, 110, 116, 122)
Row 21 Repeat row 9 (128)
Rows 22 – 25 Repeat the sequence from rows 12 – 15 (134, 140, 146, 152)
Row 26 Repeat row 16 (158)
Rows 27 – 30 Repeat the sequence from rows 12 – 15 (164, 170, 176, 182)
Row 31 Repeat row 9 (188)
Row 32-35 Repeat the sequence from rows 12 – 15 (194, 200, 206, 212)
Row 36 Repeat row 16 (218)
Row 37-40 Repeat the sequence from rows 12 – 15 (224, 230, 236, 242)
Row 41 Repeat row 9 (248)
Row 42 Repeat row 10 (254)
Row 43 Repeat row 3 (260)
Row 44 Repeat row 16 (266)
Row 45 Repeat row 10 (272)
Row 46 Repeat row 16 (278)
Tie off and weave in ends, or you may continue the stitch pattern repeats as long as you’d like until you’ve reach your desired size. Block to shape and size.
Enjoy your scarf!
Have you ever tried merino wool? I’m always amazed at how soft it is. What would you make with this yarn?
If you liked this, you might also like these crocheted triangle scarves!
Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap (featuring the granny stitch)
Dreamer Triangle Wrap (featuring crossed double crochet stitches)