Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap


Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap

Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap
Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap

"This simple triangle wrap is made with beautiful worsted weight yarn and works up very quickly! Inspired by the American landscape, the colors are perfect for fall or any time during the colder months. This wrap can be used as a shawl or scarf and it's easy to make in any size that you want! The video tutorial and written pattern will walk you through crocheting each row. Perfect for gift giving or just as a gift to yourself!"


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

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So simple and classy. The main color grey with the accent colors are really attractive in this Smoky Mountains triangle wrap. This is made from a basic granny triangle. If you need help with that, down at the very bottom of the directions there is a link to a video tutorial for this triangle wrap.

Well, I DID end up making this triangle scarf, and I liked it so much that I made a few for my best girlfriends. I used the Caron Cakes yarn in the Rum Raisin, a plain black, and a Cookies and Cream. They all loved them. I added big tassels on the three corners for an extra finishing touch but you totally do not need to do that.

I love fall, and I love to crochet. This Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap is gorgeous and is inviting me to crochet! That mustard color adds just the pop to make a gray color turn stylish. Add the maroon color yarn and you have a perfect combination for a great accessory to any jean outfit.

There is so much I like about this wrap. I don't usually do color changes in mine as I let the yarn do the work for me, like Caron Cakes or Mandala. I like her design eye, using the gray as the main color peppering it with the mustard yellow and the burgundy. The simple slip stitch (or single crochet?) of the yellow on the trim all the way around really ties it all together nicely. This might be on my short list of project that I want to make for myself! By the way, what happened to the "save" button up top??!

I'm not normally one for shawls and wraps, but the colors used for this one are just drawing me in! I hope I can knock one out by Christmas to give as a gift!


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