More Caron Tea Cake patterns! Yea! You may feel differently, but I just love them. So here I am introducing my latest pattern using two Caron Tea Cakes (shown in the colour English Breakfast) is my “In the Woods Triangle Scarf.”
One of my favourite places to visit is a conservation area not too far from where we live. There you’ll find a small historical homestead that has been turned into a museum, and acres and acres of forest, trails, ponds and fields. We love to explore, search for wildlife, walk the trails and let the kids and the dog run.
This triangle scarf, with the use of the Caron Tea Cakes reminds me of the forest there – the trees and the forest floor. It’s luxurious in weight, texture and style. A perfect fall and winter accessory while walking through the woods.
For this project you will need 2 Caron tea cakes, or if you would like to use a %100 acrylic yarn you may use Bernat Softee Chunky or any other Super Bulky Weight (6) yarn. You will also need an 8mm crochet hook.
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Now before we get to the pattern, just one quick announcement – you’ll see in some of the photos that I am also modeling a grey hat. Good news! The hat patterns will also be released this coming week here free on the blog and in my shops. There will be a slouch, beanie and messy un version. How fun is that! So be sure to follow my blog, or connect on Facebook to be the first to know when they are available.
Now without further delay, the pattern for the At the Woods Triangle Scarf!
Skill Level: Easy
Gauge: 10 sc x 8 rows = 4 inches
Finished Size (Not including tassels): Approximately 80 inches long, 17 inches at widest point
Yarn: 2 Caron Tea Cakes by Yarnspirations™ (80% Acrylic, 20% Wool; 8.5 oz, 240 g; Approx 204 yds, 186 m). Super Bulky (6). Colour: English Breakfast.
**alternative yarn: Bernat Softee Chunky by Yarnspirations™. About 408 yards. (%100 Acrylic)
Hook: Size P (8 mm) Hook. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions: Yarn Needle
Stitches and Abbreviations:
Beg dc cl – ch 2, yo and insert hook in next st, draw up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook (2 loops remaining on hook). Yo and insert hook into next st, draw up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook (3 loops remaining). Yo over and draw through all remaining loops on hook. Beginning double crochet cluster made.
Ch – Chain
Dc – double crochet
Hdc – half double crochet
Rpt – Repeat
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl st – Slip stitch
Tr – triple crochet
Yo – Yarn over
- Pattern is written in American English terms.
- Pattern is worked in rows.
- Ch 1 at beginning of row does not count as sc or hdc.
- Ch 3 at beginning of row counts as dc unless stated otherwise.
- Weave in ends as needed.
Row 1: 2 dc in the 4th chain from hook. Turn. (3 sts)
Row 2: Ch 1, sc 1 in each of the first 2 sts, 2 sc in the last. Turn. (4 sts)
Row 3: Ch 1, (sc, tr) in the first st, sc, tr, sc. Turn. (5 sts)
Row 4: Ch 1, 1 sc in each st across. Turn. (5 sts)
Row 5: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, ch 1, hdc in the next st, ch 1, sk next st, hdc in the next st, hdc in the last. Turn. (6 sts)
Row 6: Ch 1, hdc in each sc and ch-1 sp across. Turn. (6 sts).
Row 7: Ch 1, (sc, tr) in the first st, sc in the next st, *tr, sc. Repeat from * across. Turn. (7sts)
Row 8: Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn. (7 sts).
Row 9: Ch 1, hdc in the same st, ch 1, hdc in the next st, * ch 1, sk the next st, hdc in the next st. Repeat from * across. Turn. (8 sts)
Row 10: Ch 1, sc in each st and ch-1 sp across. Turn. (8 sts)
Repeat rows 7-10 until you have 35 sts in the row. End with a row 10. Now you will start your decrease. Continue as follows:
Next row: Ch 1, sk the first st, hdc in the next, * ch 1, sk the next st, hdc. Rpt from * across. Turn. (34 sts)
Next row: Ch 1, sc in each st and ch-1 sp across. Turn. (34 sts)
Next row: Ch 1, sk the first st, * sc in the next st, tr in the next. Rpt from * across ending with a sc. Turn. (33 sts)
Next row: Ch 1, sk the first st, sc in each st across. Turn. (33 sts)
Repeat these rows until you have three sts remaining, ending with a sc row.
Next row: Beg dc cl over the first three sts. Ch 1. Do not turn, do not fasten off.
With right side facing and working along the first diagonal edge, proceed as follows:
First side: Sc in the same sp as ch, ch 3, sl st in the top of same sc (picot made), * 1 sc in the next 3 sts, picot. Rpt from * across to point, picot in point. Continue to work second diagonal edge.
Second side: * 1 Sc in the next 3 sts, picot. Rpt from * across to point, picot in point.
Continue to work the long edge as follows:
Third Side: Sc in each st across. Fasten off. Weave in ends.
Using the remaining yarn, if desired, create two tassels and attach them to the two end corners. Enjoy!
Ronda Sue Wingo says
Excited to find this pattern since I just bought a couple of the new Chunky Cakes today while I was at Michael’s 🙂 I just knew they’d look pretty as a triangle scarf and this one look like it will be perfect! Thanks for sharing 🙂
You’re very welcome Ronda! I bet it will be gorgeous!!
charlie bruner says
Okay, on row 9, you chain and then cdc right into the same stitch you just chained one? Then I end up with nine stitches at the end…I am so confused!!!!! Help?? Thanks!
charlie bruner says
i meant hdc, not cdc…Sorry!
Hi Charlie, thanks for the question I will take a closer look this evening for you!