This crochet plaid triangle scarf doubles as an uber cozy shawl that keeps you toasty warm! The color work is easier than you think, and the shape is achieved with simple decreases. It’s worked with 2 strands, so it works up fairly quick as well!
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CHUNKY CROCHET PLAID TRIANGLE SCARF – CROCHET PATTERN
Buffalo plaid fits nicely into this time of year in the northern hemisphere. We were enjoying 50 degree afternoons until US Thanksgiving hit and then Mother Nature decided it was time to close the book on Fall 2023. Of course we decided to put off taking down the trampoline and other various yard projects. The weather was just so nice.
But here we are, in dire need of cozy accessories and this crochet plaid triangle scarf one is perfectly cozy for chilly school drop off trips, or runs for coffee.
ABOUT THIS SCARF PATTERN
Does this shawl look at all familiar? Truthfully, it shouldn’t, but I redesigned an older pattern from the archives that I was never super happy with, and the new version is so much prettier. It’s also easier, and has a nicer drape, so it’s a win all around.
This new version I designed to be worked with 2 strands, so it’s got a chunky weight without needing chunky yarn.
SO warm! 🤩
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What you need:
– 8 mm Hook
– Medium Weight Yarn (Lion Brand Heartland in Black Forest and Redwood, Feels Like Alpaca in Scarlet)
– Darning Needle