Triangle Granny Stripe Scarf

Triangle Granny Stripe Scarf

Triangle Granny Stripe Scarf




Hey guys!!

It’s almost summer!!! YAY!! In 5 weeks I’m done with finals and summer break starts. I’m sooo looking forward to it!
For me it means: A Justin Bieber concert (yeah, yeah, I know I’m 28, but that doesn’t mean I have to grow up), A music festival or two and a couple of weeks in my vacation home in Sweden.

But, as many of you know, I live in Denmark. And even though it’s usually about 25 degrees C (77 F), the evenings and knight can get quite cold. So a scarf for me doesn’t necessarily mean winter.

So I decided to make a new one. And it had to be easy. And that means granny stripes!

All the ones I have seen on Pinterest had a “V- shape” down the middle, but I wanted one with “real” stripes across. So I had to make my own pattern. Luckily it didn’t get any more difficult because of that.

Triangle Granny Stripe Scarf

Beautiful right?




 

Materials

Well obviously you can use whatever yarn and hook you want!

I used:

A size 3 mm crochet hook

I usually buy the same yarn as the ones you can get in the US, and from Loveknitting.com since I’m an affiliate (That just means I get a little bit of money if you guys buy from my links. That’s how I pay for my website)

But this time I just couldn’t resist this yarn: Kauni Effectyarn, in the color ELC. It’s a Danish Brand. And I checked for you guys, if you can buy it: Yarn.com. Now this site I know nothing about. I’m not an affiliate there so I can’t say if it’s a good webshop, but it’s American at least.

The Pattern

I made the crochet chart and written instructions, but I haven’t made any picture tutorial, I hope you will forgive me.

Triangle Granny Stripe Scarf

Written Instruction

Start with 4 chains and make a ring with a slip stitch

Row 1: Chain 4, 3 x dc in ring, chain 1, 1 x dc in ring, turn
Row 2: Chain 4, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 1 x dc in next chain space, turn.
Row 3:  Chain 4, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 1 x dc in next chain space, turn.
Row 4:  Chain 4, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 1 x dc in next chain space, turn.
Row 5: Chain 4, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 3 x dc in next chain space, chain 1, 1 x dc in next chain space, turn.

And you just keep going like this, hope it makes sense.




I stopped when I used one of the Kauni skeins, but you can keep going until it’s the size you want. You can even make it into a shawl.

 

I know it may seem like it doesn’t matter if you “follow” big crochet designers on Facebook or Pinterest, but I can only speak for my self, it means SO much to me! I smile every time I get a notification. Right now I have 99 followers on Pinterest, 51 likes on my Facebook page and 45 subscribers to my newsletter.
So just know, all my readers mean a lot to me!!
You can follow me here:

/Love Sara




 

 

Share This:

4 thoughts on “Triangle Granny Stripe Scarf

  1. Trudy Mintun says:

    I can not wait to make this. Next up on my hook I do believe. Is the yarn you used self-stripping?

    • Sara says:

      Thank you!! Yeah, it’s self-striping. It’s a great Danish yarn called Kauini yarn in the color ELC.

Comments are closed.