Seven Days of Scarfie Free Pattern #5
Did you think we could get through Seven Days of Scarfie without some kind of triangular scarf? Think again ;) I always love adding the modern twist of a pointed edge on my scarves; something about it is so simple, yet different enough to make a statement. The Icicles Scarf is the same shape as my popular Strawberry Patch Scarf and my Chroma Scarf patterns. You can embellish it with tassels or pom poms - whichever you are feeling! Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.
5 free patterns in - you’re starting to make some progress on your DIY gifts aren’t you!?
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Texture, Texture, Texture!
If you have been reading my blog for a while, you know I have always been rather obsessed with triangular scarves. There are a lot of different ways to incorporate triangular edges into scarves (see: here, here, here, and here….have I missed any?!) and it is such a simple way to elevate a basic scarf into a modern piece.
The Icicles Scarf uses some simple stitches to create some visual texture while highlighting the ombre fade of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn that we all know and love. And then you have the options to add fringe, tassels or pom poms - I can’t wait to see what you decide!
Icicle Scarf - Free One Skein C2C Scarfie Crochet Pattern from Seven Days of Scarfie
One skein of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn (‘Cream/Silver’ pictured) or approx. 312 yards of a comparable Category 5 yarn
J/6.0mm crochet hook - I love Clover Amour or check out these adorable custom polymer clay hooks!
Optional tassel maker or pom pom maker
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
SC: single crochet
HDC: half double crochet
HDCX: half double crochet X: skip one st, HDC in the next, then go back and HDC in the st that you skipped.
HDC2Tog: half double crochet two together
7 sts x 5 rows = 2” square in pattern stitch repeat
The chain stitches at the beginning of each row do not count as a stitch.
This scarf can be slightly asymmetric and the rows may appear angled. You can either leave it as such or wet block it if you prefer.
Row 1: HDC in the 2nd ch from the hook and HDC across (2). Turn
Row 2: ch 1, 2 HDC in each st across (4). Turn
Row 3: ch 1, 2 HDC, HDC in next 2 sts, 2 HDC in last st (6). Turn
Row 4: ch 1, HDC in the first st, HDCX working into the second st of the row and then back into the first (this creates a stitch increase), HDCX across, HDC again into the last st (3 HDCX and 2 HDC). Turn
Row 5: ch 1, SC across (8). Turn
Row 6: ch 1, HDC, HDCX working into the second st of the row and then back into the first (this creates a stitch increase), HDCX across, HDC again into the last st (4 HDCX and 2 HDC). Turn.
Row 7-20: repeat Rows 5 (on odd rows) and 6 (on even rows). Your stitch count will increase by 2 on each even numbered row. Row 20 will have 24 sts across.
Row 21: ch 1, SC across (24). Turn
Row 22: ch 1, HDC, HDCX (this time in the 2nd and 3rd st of the row), HDCX across, HDC in the last st (24). Turn
Row 23-105: Repeat Rows 21 (on odd rows) and 22 (on even rows). Your stitch count should remain at 24 for each row.
Row 106: ch 1, HDC2Tog, HDCX across, HDC2Tog in the last 2 sts (22). Turn
Row 107: ch 1, SC across (22). Turn
Row 108-120: repeat Row 106 (on even rows) and Row 107 (on odd rows). Your stitch count will decrease by 2 on each even numbered row. There will be 8 sts total in Row 120.
Row 121: ch 1, HDC2Tog, HDC across, HDC2Tog (6). Turn
Row 122: ch 1, HDC2Tog, HDC across, HDC2Tog (4). Turn
Row 123: ch 1, HDC2Tog across (2)
Tie off yarn and weave in all ends. Wet block if desired
(Optional) Make and attach a tassel onto each end of the scarf.
Love Triangle Scarves? Try this one from my first Seven Days of Scarfie Pattern Collection!
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