Make This One Skein Crochet Triangle Scarf In Less Than 3Hrs!

Use 1 Mandala Cake To Make This Triangle Scarf

A follower over on the YHN facebook page requested I teach them how to make a triangle scarf.

I’ll admit, I was a little hesitant at first because this style of a scarf isn’t my go-to style, but I am SO GLAD I did because I am in love with this design!

I quickly got to work putting a pattern together and I absolutely LOVE the result! Below is the written pattern, but there will also be a printable PDF available for $2.99 from Ravelry.

You will find a video tutorial on my YouTube Channel too. So be sure you check that out and subscribe to my channel so you don’t miss any of my videos.

Triangle Scarf Video Tutorial:

MATERIALS:

1 Cake of Mandala Yarn (or appr. 600 yards of a comparable yarn)

6.5 MM Hook

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

FINISHED DIMENSIONS:

26 inches measured vertically (top to bottom)

58 inches measured horizontally (side to side)

PATTERN NOTES:

You will want to use the entire cake for this scarf. I will mention, when you get to the last color you will want to start making the picot edging so you don’t run out of yarn.

If you wanted to make a larger size (like a shawl) you could add on another cake and it would be a perfect size!

specialty stitch (MC) Mini Cluster:

YO, insert your hook into the correct space. YO, draw up a loop. YO, pull through 2. YO, insert your hook into the same space. YO, draw up a loop. YO, pull through 2. *repeat this until you have 4 loops on your hook. YO, pull through all 4 loops. MC complete.

PATTERN:

CH 4

Row 1 – Work a MC (mini cluster) into the CH 1 space. CH 3. Work a MC into the same space. Turn.

Row 2 – CH 3. Place a MC into the same space as the CH 3. CH 2. MC into the CH 3 space of the previous row. CH 3. MC again into the same CH 3 space. CH 2. MC into the top of the CH 3 of the previous row. Turn.

Row 3 – CH 3. Place a MC into the same space as the CH 3. CH 2. MC into the CH 2 space of the previous row. CH 2. MC into the CH 3 space of the previous row. CH 3. MC again into the same CH 3 space. CH 2. MC into the CH 2 space of the previous row. CH 2. MC into the top of the CH 3 of the previous row. Turn.

Row 4 – 32: You will continue the same process as row 3. Also make sure you make a MC into the same space as your CH 3 at the beginning of the rows. You will work a cluster in every CH 2 of the previous row. You will create your point by working a MC-CH 3-MC into the same CH 3 space. Then, you will end your row by placing a MC into the top of the CH 3 at the end of the row.

EDGING

specialty stitch (picot):

CH 3

SL stitch to the bottom of your chain 3. Picot made.

Row 33 – CH 3. SL stitch to the bottom of your CH 3. SC into the CH 2 space of the previous row. Picot in the top of the MC of the previous row. SC into the CH 2 space of the previous row. Continue this repeat all the way around. Tie off. Weave in your ends and you’re done!

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9 Comments

  • Ruth

    What color Mandala did you use for this one. It would be perfect with my new coat! thank you for sharing your beautiful pattern

      • Ruth

        Thank you so much for your answer and sorry it took me so long to thank you
        I’ll be making this for sure as soon as I get that yarn. I have lots of Mandala but of course not that one and it’s perfect

  • Jill Hastings

    I am loving this pattern, so fun! However I am noticing that the point isn’t exactly centered. I don’t see where I have messed up. Is this Just the way the pattern works up?

  • Linda R. O’Kane

    This is very pretty and I think it wouldn’t to difficult even with my awful arthritis (both hands as well as all my other joints!) What I am wondering, is could this be done with normal 4 ply yarn 🧶 that could be switched for varying colors?? I have a friend whose sister is going through a bout with Ovarian CA and I have several skeins of Aqua which is the color for this disease! I would like to try your pattern to make this more of a shawl since it is now fall and it will be getting chilly very soon! One more question I have is why does every pattern I see online is always in millimeters instead of A-Ps or whatever! They are older needles which I got from my Mom when she passed away and they don’t have mm’s on them! I feel closer to her when I use them and don’t want to replace them if I don’t have to!!!
    Thanks for the patterns, they are lovely and look like they will be relatively easy to do!!!

    Fizzie

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