Bust through your stash of scraps with this easy, single crochet triangle shawl. Make it in a bunch of different colors like I did, or just a few. A self striping yarn would be perfect for this pattern. You will need approximately 800 yards of worsted weight yarn, depending on how big you want your shawl. Use a size L (8mm) crochet hook to give the shawl a nice drape, since single crochet tends to be on the stiff side. If you are doing shawl with crazy colors or a lot of stripes, do NOT wait until the end to weave in those tails. Trust me!
"This shawl is worked sideways from end-to-end. It starts off at the tip on one side and gradually grows by 1 stitch with each row until the widest section, which is in the middle. Then each row decreases by 1 stitch until you reach the tip on the other side. Lacy Crochet Border When I first purchased the yarn, I had chosen four colors and had planned to make something using all four. When first starting out this shawl, I was thinking of using just three of the colors. They look lovely together; however, as I was nearing the end of the length of the shawl on the decreasing side, I decided to use all four colors. The darker cypress color really helps add depth and makes the clay color pop. "
This triangle scarf is an easy, beginner friendly crochet pattern. I was itching to use Hobby Lobby’s Painted Canyon colorway and I think it worked up lovely in this pattern. The self striping yarns are such a breeze to work with-no color planning, less ends to weave = win, win! This pattern will give you the triangle scarf size pictured: 23.5″ deep by 50″ long. You can continue the pattern to increase your triangle to a full shawl size. This one was made with 3 skeins of Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon. I think adding another two skeins (with this gauge and hook) would create a comfortable sized shawl. These are so easy to add on to!"
"If you are looking for a crochet pattern that uses one skein of yarn, this woodland faeries triangle shawl will not disappoint. Lovely lacy flowing scarf. As I was admiring the lovely colors showing up as I worked through the skein of yarn, I kept thinking about woods and faeries. It just kept bringing beautiful images to mind. This crochet pattern is so easy, it really can be your first triangle shawl pattern. The best part of this wrap is that it is a one row repeat. You can keep repeating until you reach the desired size or until you run out of yarn."
"Crocheting a traditional granny shawl is a fun, easy project. I love a Crochet Granny Stripe shawl and I wanted the design for Winter Flame Shawl to be a statement piece. Using a vibrant and colourful self striping yarn and a single colour to create the stripes, and you will love the fabulous result! You could choose to make this pattern in a single colour, or use a self striping yarn like I did to do all the colour work for you. This is such an easy relaxing project to make – if you can make a granny square, you can make this beginner friendly shawl!"
I can't wait to share this Triangle Shawl pattern with you! It's been a long time coming, too! For this pattern, we used about 2.5 cakes of Lion Brand Mandala or Caron Cakes yarn however, you can also use Bernat PoP! or any other cake or self striping yarn to get the same affect. This would also look amazing with a simple single color or tweed yarn. With classic simplicity and just a little textured pop, this triangle shawl is very pleasing to the eye, and works up fast!