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Simple Triangle Shawl

By: Sharon Maher from laughingpurplegoldfish.blogspot.com.au

Crochet patterns don't get much easier than this Simple Triangle Shawl. The beauty of this free crochet pattern is that you can customize the end result to be whatever you're looking for in a shawl. Use the same yarn for the whole pattern, or take this opportunity to use up your leftover yarn scraps. The size can also be customized because you simply repeat the 2nd row until you're happy with the shawl's size. This is a great item to have in your closet because it's quick to throw on if there's a chill in the air.

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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What a clever idea to just keep on going until it is the right size! And, like all crocheters/knitters, I always have heaps of left over yarn just waiting for the right pattern to come along so that it can be turned into something beautiful.

Although this idea for a complete scrap yarn triangle shawl is a neat idea, I would much rather take the time to choose a beautiful soft and quality yarn, in a few different coordinating colors. I think it has the potential to be something AMAZING. In fact, Shawl in a Ball would fit the bill nicely.

Such a delightful shawl. The designer provided simple clear directions with photos to help you thru the process. This is a great project for a beginner and once completed, you will have a piece to wear and treasure for a long time.

I want to call this an Anything Goes shawl because it is made of left over yarns in any color. So if you have lots of scrap yarns lying around then you can start something like this. It is fun because you just start and keep on going and see where your scrap yarns will take you and complete that Simple Triangle Shawl. So beautifully unassuming!

What a lovely shawl. The instructions are so easy to follow because there are a lot of pictures that take you through each step to show how you should be progressing. Love the fact that this can be made with either left over pieces or you can buy new yarn for a specific look. So easy.

How easy can this be! Even without the captions attached to your photos, this can not be much easier. I like the color choice you made. Two lines of instruction and I think the hardest thing for me will be the magic circle. (still have issues with that for lack of practice - lol)

A really nice shawl and great for using up left over yarns. I am always amazed at just how much left over yarn and fabric I have so any chance to use them is appreciated and this pattern is particularly nice! It is so great that one just crochets until it is big enough, whether for a child or an adult. Thanks so much!

After a long time, it's great to see a "real" scrap yarn project like this shawl. Just the thing to stack in the TV room.

Love this easy pattern, do you think you could use a different stitch maybe? Like Single crochet?

I love the idea of size and scrap yarn. I must start on this now. Does anyone else have projects you have started on and set aside?

I like it and would like to make one

Easy peasy.

It's beautiful...looks like something I'd invent!

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