Quick and Simple Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern

Quick and Simple Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern

Hey loves, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, my apologies. When I say I’ve been a busy momma, believe me, I’ve been a busy momma. I’ve been focusing on getting the children ready to go back to school. Hold on, I need a moment take enjoy the peace & quiet….., okay, my moment is over.  I have been sewing, but I’ve been crocheting more than I have been sewing. Crocheting was the first craft that I learned. I used to spend summer vacation with one of my many aunts and she would crochet. I think she was making a blanket and I asked her to teach me what she was doing. That same night, I learned and I have not put the hook down since. I can crochet almost anything, you name it, more than likely, I can hook it. Well, with school back in session that can only mean that fall is right around the corner, so it’s time for momma to get the kids ready for the upcoming cool weather.

I’ve been both crocheting and sewing for the upcoming season. My main focus has been crocheting scarves and shawls, I mean, who doesn’t love a comfy and cozy wrap for their neck during those cool and crisp months? I’ve been frogging all summer long trying to make the perfect triangle shawl, and finally, 2 weeks before school starts, I managed to pull off what I considered to be the PERFECT triangle shawl. It’s a really simple and basic pattern and I’m excited to share with you all.


5.5mm (I) Crochet Hook

4 skeins Vanna’s Choice Yarn

Tapestry Needle


Length: 27.5″

Width: 58.5″


st(s): stitch(es)

magic circle

ch: chain

sl st: slip stitch

dc: double crochet

tr: treble crochet

beg inc: 1 tr, 2 dc

inc: 2 dc, tr, 2 dc

end inc: 2 dc, 1 tr


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Magic circle

Row 1: ch 3, tr, 3 dc, tr, 3 dc, tr, ch 3, turn.

Row 2: beg inc; 1 dc in next 3 dc; inc in tr st; 1 dc in next 3 dc; end inc in last st, ch 3, turn.

Row 3: beg inc, 1 dc in each dc; inc in tr st; 1 dc in each dc; end inc in last st, ch 3, turn.

Row 4: beg inc, 1 dc in each dc, inc in tr st; 1 dc in each dc, end inc in last st, ch 3.

Continue Row 4 until the desired length

Fasten off, weave in loose ends.

Hope you enjoy this pattern for a cozy scarf, that’s perfect for any cool fall day.
Be sure to use the tag #keamesha on Instagram to show me your version of this scarf design!
Happy Crocheting!!!

This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. Why do you need to start this with a magic circle?

    1. Me personally, I prefer a Magic Circle. I like that I can close up my center without having a little hole. You can make a chain of 4 and slip stitch to make your center.

    2. I’m confused with the magic circle also. How is this triangle scarf worked in the round? I love the scarf and have been looking everywhere for a simple yet attractive one and i’m so confused by the pattern. I must be missing something, Help!

      1. The scarf is worked in rows. I prefer a magic circle because it’s a clean finish for me. When you’ve completed Row 1, you will not slip stitch to the first stitch made. You’ll chain 3, turn then do a Beginning Increase in the first stitch.

      2. Thank you for responding to my IG message! I got our ad I told you! Can’t wait to continue, will # on IG when done!
        I also love all of your clothing that you make! You are so talented!

        1. THANK YOU!!!! I appreciate that!

  2. Absolutely gorgeous! Just to make sure, is this pattern in US terms?

    1. Thank you so much. Yes, the pattern is in US terms.

  3. This is beautiful! May I ask what the finished dimensions of yours are? I love the lay of it and would like to duplicate if possible!

    1. Thank you so much. My finished width is 58.5 inches, and the length from top to point is 27.5 inches.

  4. Love the scarf, just can’t figure out your pattern

    1. My apologies, this is the first time I’ve ever written a pattern so I know there can be many improvements.

  5. I am unsure why it starts with a magic circle. Would you be able to post a photo of it laying flat?

  6. This pattern makes total sense once you start. Its turning out absolutely beautiful.

    1. This is my first time writing a pattern and I’m pretty sure it’s confusing reading it. But, it comes together nicely and makes sense when it’s started.

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