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The Weekend Triangle Scarf

The Weekend Triangle Scarf
The Weekend Triangle Scarf

"Say Goodbye to winter and hello spring with this easy crochet triangle scarf" the weekend triangle scarf" is perfect for everyday wear, with the light weight of cotton yarn and the airy texture that create from big crochet hook, this triangle scarf is an simple free crochet pattern that perfect for beginner and features a very basic crochet stitches single and double crochet with video tutorial. This scarf will be one of your favorite accessories for your wardrobe in the chilling cold day. I made this pretty scarf used cotton yarn with 6 mm crochet hook."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I like the pitch of the triangle shape. It is much more exaggerated that my usual granny stitch triangle scarf that I am used to doing. The tails on this are longer and thinner, too, so this eliminates extra bulk around the shoulders to make you look bigger. Plus the cotton yarn is a great choice for wearing this during the spring season.

This really can be made in a weekend even if you are a beginner. The directions are clear and the designer included a video. When it is held open, it has a different drape to it. It is a triangle, but not like most others. Am I the only one that can see it? I love this and I want to have it make in a lot of different shades.

I knew it! These weekend triangle scarf was crocheted with cotton. There is not anything like it. I love using cotton with I crochet and often times, more than not I change the yarn in my patterns to get that crisp look of cotton. This is a great beginner project and the video is a bonus.

Pink, pink, and more pink. I love pink. This is a super easy triangle scarf that is made using cotton yarn and basic crochet stitches. There is also a video tutorial available if you are a beginner crocheter to help guide you along with the written instructions.


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