Scrappy Stripes Triangle Shawl

Scrappy Stripes Triangle Shawl

Scrappy Stripes Triangle Shawl
Scrappy Stripes Triangle Shawl

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!

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge6 stitches and 7 rows in 2” single crochet

Finished SizeCustomizable (as big as you like it)

Materials List

  • Approximately 800 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Size L (8mm) crochet hook
  • Needle for weaving in ends

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This is a great project to help you use up your yarn stash. You dont have to follow the colors in the one shown. I am just going to use up whatever yarns I have collected this past year and make a shawl of many colors and textures. I have yarns made of different materials too. I am excited to see how this turns out.

This is a very bright and cheerful design. The stitches are easy and very straight forward. You can make it up quickly and customize it to whatever size you wish. And he best thing about it is that you get to use up all of your extra yarn pieces that you have saved.

Lately, it seems like I cannot get enough of the trendy triangle shawl/scarf. There are an infinite number of ways to create one, and there really is no wrong way of choosing! They are so customizable. For me, the choice is to buy a beautiful self-striping yarn. I have done this many times and have always been extremely happy with the result! Plus, it takes the guess work out of picking my colors.


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