Happy Thanksgiving Canada! Today it is my turn to share a stashbuster, or one-skein project you can crochet as part of our Holiday Stashdown Crochet Along. I have designed the simple one skein Frankie Triangle Scarf Pattern for you to make.
For my project I used 1 skein of Double Knitting (DK) Light Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook.
To learn all about our Annual CAL Central Holiday Stashdown Crochet Along, please visit my friend Marie’s post here:
Every Monday and Thursday, from October 4th until December 16th a free crochet pattern will be shared (you can find them linked here) that can be made with one-skein of yarn or scrap yarn from your stash. This is our 7th year doing this CAL and Marie has links to the patterns for all the other years here.
Part of the fun, other than making something new, is the end of CAL giveaway. The giveaway is being sponsored by 18 companies and includes 20 fun prizes. You can check these vendors out and enter the giveaway here.
Share your progress and post photos of your makes online with #CALCentralCrochet and #HolidayStashdownCAL
The yarn I’m using for this project is called Curiosity Double Knitting and it is a bright and vibrant yarn cake created by King Cole.
I love the swirling variegated shades of color in my Onyx (Shade 2901) Cake and how the triangle shawl stripes took shape. I didn’t cut or match up sections for this project, I simply crocheted the scarf from beginning to end in one piece.
The finished triangle scarf is lightweight and colorful.
Curiosity DK is available in 15 different shades and is 100% Premium Acrylic Yarn.
One Skein Frankie Triangle Scarf Pattern
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- Yarn: King Cole CURIOSITY DK (affiliate link) 150 g (5.29 oz) and 524 yds (480 m). 100% Premium Acrylic. Double Knitting (DK) Light Weight Yarn . Machine wash warm, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low heat. Do not iron.
- Colors: 1 skein in Onyx (Shade: 2901)
- Hook: 4 mm (G). Furls Streamline Virgo (affiliate link)
- Finished Project Yardage: Scarf: 150 g (5.29 oz) and 524 yds (480 m).
- Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker
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Triangle scarf wingspan approximately 58 inches X 24 inches height
Approximately 8 rows dc per 4 inches and 15 dc per 4 inches
You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size, and amount of yarn used for your project will also be different.
BL – back loop
ch – chain (ch-1: chain one, ch-2: chain two and ch-3: chain three)
ch1sp – chain one space
ch2sp – chain two space
ch3sp – chain three space
dc – double crochet
R – row
Rnd – round
rem – remaining
rep – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
st/sts – stitch/stitches
tr – treble stitch (aka triple crochet stitch)
* to **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain multiple instructions.
 – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches
() – important notes AND sets of stitches to be worked within one stitch, or space
You may substitute a double magic ring for the initial ch-3 and slip stitch to form a ring.
If you are using the DMR to begin, do not overtighten the ring at the end of row 1. The goal is to make the first row of stitches look triangular in shape.
The initial ch-4 counts as 1 tr.
You can continue working repeats of R12-R17 to make this Frankie Triangle Scarf Pattern become a full-sized triangle shawl.
Create your Ravelry Project Page here: Frankie Triangle Scarf
Frankie Triangle Scarf Pattern
This project is crocheted back-and-forth in rows.
Using your 4 mm (G) hook (or size required for gauge):
R1: Ch-3, sl st to form a ring. Sl st into the ring, and working into the ring, ch-4 (counts as 1 tr, now and throughout), 2 tr, (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc), 3 tr. Turn. [4 dc, 6 tr, 1 ch3sp]
R2: Ch-4 and 2 tr in the first st, 1 dc in each st across to the ch3sp, (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc) in the ch3sp, 1 dc in each st across to the last st; 3 tr in the last st. Turn. [12 dc, 6 tr, 1 ch3sp]
R3-R5: Rep R2
R6: Ch-4 and 2 tr in the first st. (Ch-1, sk 1 st, 1 dc in the next st) across to the ch3sp. (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc) in the ch3sp. (1 dc in the next st, ch-1, sk 1 st) across to the last st. 3 tr in the last st. Turn. [24 dc, 6 tr, 20 ch1sp, 1 ch3sp]
R7: Ch-4 and 2 tr in the first st, 1 dc in each st and ch1sp across to the ch3sp, (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc) in the ch3sp, 1 dc in each st and ch1sp across to the last st; 3 tr in the last st. Turn. [52 dc, 6 tr, 1 ch3sp]
R8-R11: Rep R2
R12: Ch-4 and 2 tr in the first st, ch-1, sk 1 st. (1 dc in the next st, ch-1, sk 1 st) across to the ch3sp. (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc) in the ch3sp, ch-1, sk 1 st. (1 dc in the next st, ch-1, sk 1 st) across to the last st. 3 tr in the last st. Turn. [48 dc, 6 tr, 44 ch1sp, 1 ch3sp]
R13: Ch-4 and 2 tr in the first st, 1 dc in each st and ch1sp across to the ch3sp, (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc) in the ch3sp, 1 dc in each st and ch1sp across to the last st; 3 tr in the last st. Turn. [100 dc, 6 tr, 1 ch3sp]
R14: Ch-4 and 2 tr in the first st, 1 dc in each st across to the ch3sp, (2 dc, ch-3, 2 dc) in the ch3sp, 1 dc in each st across to the last st; 3 tr in the last st. Turn. [108 dc, 6 tr, 1 ch3sp]
R15-R17: Rep R14
R18-R29: Rep R12-R17
R30: Rep R12
R31: Rep R13
R32-R33: Rep R14
Do not turn and do not finish off after R33. Proceed to edging instructions.
Rnd 1: Ch-1 and rotate your work to continue crocheting along the side edge of the project. Work sc sts evenly along the side edge to the corner. I worked 4 sc for every row-edge; working under one-loop (rather than enclosing the entire stitch). At the corner, ch-1 and rotate your work. Continue working sc sts evenly across until you reach the ch3sp. Work 5 sc in the ch3sp. Continue working sc sts evenly across to the corner, ch-1 and beg Rnd 2.
Rnd 2: 1 sc in the BL of each st across to the corner ch1sp. Work 3 sc in the ch1sp, rotate and work 1 sc in the BL of each st across, until you reach the third sc in the ch3sp. Work 3 sc in the BL of the third sc of the ch3sp, 1 sc in the BL of each rem st across, to the final ch1sp. Work 3 sc in the final ch1sp. Sl st to join or use my invisible joining technique and proceed to the finishing instructions.
Finish off and weave in all ends.
Did you remember to make your Ravelry Project Page? (How to Make a Ravelry Project Page.)
Make your Ravelry Project Page for the Frankie Triangle Scarf Pattern here
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