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The Emerson Triangle Scarf-Free Crochet Pattern

The Emerson Triangle Scarf-Free Crochet Pattern

***This pattern is available as an inexpensive ad free downloadable PDF in my shop. Pattern includes 11 full color pages with detailed instructions for stitches used and how to make tassels for finishing. Pattern is available HERE*** 

I am so excited to finally be sharing The Emerson Triangle Scarf pattern with you on the blog today! This was the very first crochet pattern I ever made and it is so special to me that I even named it after my first born. I'm sure if you've been following me on Facebook or Instagram you've seen some pictures, but here are a few more.

This scarf is so warm and cozy. It makes the perfect accessory for the winter season. I wear my grey one all the time and just started working on a white one. I seriously want one in every color!

So without further ado here is the pattern for The Emerson Triangle Scarf. 

Materials Needed:

  • Approx. 700 yards of worsted weight yarn (I used lion brand heartland in Mount Rainier. About 2 and a half skeins)
  • Size J crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • stitch markers (optional)

Gauge: 10 stitches X 7 rows = 3" X 3” square in lemon peel stitch

Abbreviations:

Chain stitch (ch)           Single Crochet (sc)       Double crochet (dc)        Puff Stitch (ps)

Lemon Peel (LP)           Increase (inc)                Decrease (dec)                Skip (sk)

Stitch (st)                      Yarn Over (yo)              Decrease 3 Double crochet (dc3tog)

Lemon Peel: Lemon peel crochet uses two basic crochet stitches to create a unique texture. Alternate between single crochet (sc) and double crochet (dc) all across each row. Chain 1 at the end of each row. Start the next row with the opposite stitch you ended with in the previous row.

 

Practice the lemon peel stitch by making your gauge swatch.

Ch 11 then sc in second chain from hook, dc, sc, dc, sc, dc, sc, dc, sc, dc, ch1 turn.

Start the next row with a sc into the dc stitch from the previous row. You will see that the dc stitches look like little bumps and the sc stitches look like dips. Always work a dc into a sc and a sc into a dc.

Pattern: 

Ch 3

Row 1: 3 dc in third chain from hook, ch1 turn. (4) chain at the beginning counts as a stitch.

Row 2: (begin lemon peel) sc, dc, sc, dc (in top of previous row chain 3) adding a sc in last stitch to increase. Ch1, turn. (5)

Row 3: Lemon peel (LP) across starting with a dc. ch1, turn. (5)

Row 4: LP across starting with a sc increasing in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (6)

Row 5: LP across starting with a sc. Ch1, turn. (6)

Row 6: LP across starting with a sc increasing in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (7)

Row 7: LP across starting with a dc. Ch1, turn. (7)

Row 8: LP across starting with a sc increasing in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (8)

Row 9: LP across starting with a sc. Ch1, turn. (8)

Row 10: LP across starting with a sc increasing in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (9)

Row 11: Sk first stitch, puff st in next st, *sk, puff st* repeat two more times, sc in last st. ch1 turn

Row 12: LP across increasing (inc) in the last stitch of the row. Ch 1, turn (10)

Row 13: LP across. Ch1, turn. (10)

Row 14: LP across inc in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (11)

Row 15: LP across. Ch1, turn. (11)

Row 16: LP across inc in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (12)

Row 17: LP across. Ch1, turn. (12)

Row 18: LP across inc in the last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (13)

Row 19: LP across. Ch1, turn. (13)

Row 20: LP across inc in last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (14)

Row 21: LP across. Ch1, turn. (14)

Row 22: LP across inc in last stitch of the row. Ch1, turn. (15)

Row 23: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 5 times. Sc in last st. ch1, turn.

Row 24-34: Repeat rows 12-22 increasing at the end of all even rows.

Row 35: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 8 times. Sc in last st. Ch1, turn.

Row 36-46: Repeat rows 12-22 increasing at the end of all even rows.

Row 47: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 11 times. Sc in last st. Ch1, turn.

Row 48-58: Repeat rows 12-22 increasing at the end of all even rows.

Row 59: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 14 times. Sc in last st. Ch1, turn.

Row 60-70: Repeat rows 12-22 increasing at the end of all even rows.

Row 71: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 17 times. Sc in last st. Ch1, turn.

Row 72-82: Repeat rows 12-22 increasing at the end of all even rows.

Row 83: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 20 times. Sc in last st. Ch1, turn.

Row 84-94: Repeat rows 12-22 increasing at the end of all even rows.

Row 95: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 23 times. Sc in last st. Ch 1, turn.

 

Starting with row 96 you will be decreasing by one at the end of every other row instead of increasing. To decrease you will either make a sc decrease or a dc decrease depending on which stitch you should work next. If you make a sc decrease you will start the next row with a dc. If you make a dc decrease you will start the next row with a sc.

Row 96: LP across decreasing by one at the end of the row. Ch1, turn. (50)

Row 97: LP across. Ch1, turn. (50)

Row 98: LP across decreasing by one at the end of the row. Ch1, turn. (49)

Row 99: LP across. Ch1, turn. (49)

Row 100: LP across decreasing by one at the end of the row. Ch1, turn. (48)

Row 101: LP across. Ch1, turn. (48)

Row 102: LP across decreasing by one at the end of the row. Ch1, turn. (47)

Row 103: LP across. Ch1, turn. (47)

Row 104: LP across decreasing by one at the end of the row. Ch1, turn. (46)

Row 105: LP across. Ch1, turn. (46)

Row 106: LP across decreasing by one at the end of the row. Ch1, turn. (45)

Row 107: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 20 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 108-118: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 119: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 17 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 120-130: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 131: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 14 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 132-142: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 143: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 11 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 144-154: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 155: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 8 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 156-166: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 167: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 5 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 168-178: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 179: sk first st, puff st in next. *sk, puff st* repeat 2 times. Ch1, turn.

Row 180-190: Repeat rows 96-106 decreasing at the end of each even row.

Row 191: finish by dc3tog.

Weave in ends. Make 3 tassels and attach one tassel to each corner of the scarf.

Yay! You made your own Emerson Triangle Scarf. Put that baby on and go enjoy the cold weather in style!

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Don't forget you can purchase an inexpensive AD-FREE PDF in my shop! 

Happy Crocheting!

Meghan

 

 

 

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