For the Dahlia Shawl / Scarf, I've combined several simple crochet stitches that add both a nice texture and drape. The size is easily customizable so you can crochet it and wear it as a shawl or triangular scarf. For this triangular crochet shawl, I chose Lion Brand Yarns Turnstyles, a self-striping, bulky mohair-look yarn, and all of the colorwork was done for me which made this a perfect crochet project for binge watching my favorite TV shows.
For this crochet shawl / scarf, I chose Lion Brand Yarns Mandala in Griffin, which is a DK weight, self-striping yarn. All of the colorwork was done for me which made this a perfect crochet project for binge watching my favorite TV shows. And I don't know about you, but my favorite part about this yarn is that I wasn’t left with a bunch of ends to weave in! This shawl pattern size is easily customizable.
Have you ever wanted to learn to crochet a shawl with a pretty texture? The Picot Crochet Shawl uses two strands of yarn held together for some sections. The Hawthrone Tonal Hand Painted Yarn paired with the Aloft Hand Painted Mohair Yarn creates a soft and cozy wrap. I second-guessed this pattern a few times; that just happens in the design process. I ended up frogging a couple of times because I wanted to mohair to be just right in the shawl pattern. However, I am pleased with the outcome using the Aloft Hand Painted Mohair Yarn on some of the rows and not the entire triangle shawl. And the transition between the two strands of yarn and then one strand of Hawthorne Tonal Hand Paint became my favorite part.
This one-skein crochet shawl pattern uses self-striping yarn to make colorwork easy. This rectangular shawl can also be worn as a scarf in transitional weather. Since it's a one-skein crochet shawl pattern, you won't have many ends to weave in which means you can wear this project as soon as it's finished. This is an intermediate level pattern, but there are only two rows to repeat. Once you get the stitch pattern down, you will find it a relatively mindless and straightforward crochet project. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet Crocheting flat in rows Crocheting into chain spaces (includes video tutorial) Special stitch: FPcl (includes written description)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge: 19.5 sts = 4” (10 cm) in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this pattern.
Finished SizeAdult: 58.5” (148.5 cm) long x 9” (23 cm) wide.
King Cole Tropical Beaches DK yarn (70% acrylic/30% polyamide (nylon), 7 oz/200 g, 557 yd/510 m) - 1 skein in 4850 Patara Beach, or approximately 530 yd (484.5 m) in any light weight, self-striping yarn.
US Size G-6/4 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge.
Bent-tip yarn needle.
I love making crochet scarves. They are not only fun to make but also very quick projects that you can easily complete in a day. Crochet scarves are also one of the great beginner crochet project to start with. They are typically worked in repeated rows which makes them very easy to follow pattern. You can also easily change the texture and look of the crochet scarf by changing the yarn and hook size according to your choice. Today am sharing the Pattern for a very Easy Textured Crochet Scarf. This is a easy to follow pattern where all you just need to know is to make Single Crochets and Double Crochets. By combining these two stitches in a methodical pattern you can create a lovely textured Crochet scarf. The size of this scarf can be customized according to your choice. You can easily start with any number of stitches you want and finish off after reaching the required size needed. You can make them as regular style scarf with free ends or make them little longer and join both the ends to make them into infinity scarf to wrap around your neck twice. Add fringe or tassels to the ends to make them more pretty. Materials Used:- Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 7 / 35 Inches - can be customized to any size
The Abella Triangular Scarf is not only stylish and REVERSIBLE, but it's also a great (mostly mindless) project that you can crochet when you're needing to decompress after a long, stressful day at work. You can also make it any custom width and use any yarn weight you desire! I used Lion Brand Yarn Wool Ease Thick and Quick for the scarf in the photos and it took less than 1.5 balls! It also took less than 2 hours to crochet!!! SO, less than 2 hours, less than 2 balls… that's a Win, Win in my book!