Blackbird Triangle Scarf
Crochet Pattern By Britt's Knits
Pattern Written in U.S. Terms
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This crochet triangle scarf pattern is quick and easy and creates a plush cozy scarf with decorative fringe. It's a great way to use that one skein of bulky fashion yarn you bought and don't know what to do with. Best of all, these scarves make great gifts!
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Yarn: Lion Brand, Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Yarn in Denim Twist (106 yards) This is a #6 super bulky weight yarn. One skein was perfect for me. If your tension is a bit loose or you want additional fringe, try to tighten your tension a bit or bring the hook size down slightly.
Hook: N/15-(10.00mm) I used Boye. It's personal preference, but I like the smoothness of aluminum and the shape and depth of the actual hook.
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I'm all for de-stashing, but I do recommend this (or a similar) yarn to achieve this texture and color. Because of the way the yarn is twisted, it looks like 2 separate skeins were held together to make the scarf, and creates a cozy little cush in the pattern.
sl st- slip stitch
sc- single crochet
tr- triple or "treble" crochet
st- stitch or stitches
Beginning chain does not count as a stitch. Number of stitches worked in each row will be shown like this (23st)
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Foundation row- Loosely chain 52
1. Dc in 3rd ch from hook, and in each of the next 49 (50st) ch1, turn
2. Sc50, ch4, turn (50st)
3. Tr50, ch1, turn (50st)
4. Sc50, ch4, turn (50st)
5. Tr50, ch1, turn (50st)
6. Sc50, ch4, turn (50st)
7. Tr50, ch1, turn (50st)
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