Relax into the rhythm of crochet when you make the Hayride Triangle Scarf, a beginner-friendly crochet triangle scarf pattern!
When the crisp chill of fall finally rolls in, I love to curl up with a simple crochet pattern and some luxurious yarn. The Hayride Triangle Scarf combines basic stitches, thoughtful accents, and modern design. The result? A scarf that you’ll want to wear all season long!
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Find a printer-friendly, PDF version of the Hayride Triangle Scarf in my Ravelry Shop , on LoveCrafts.com, and on TLYarnCrafts.com. The PDF version includes a full-color 5-page pattern with row-by-row instructions and helpful crochet stitch charts.
Back to Basics
Sometimes as designers, we can feel the pressure to set the next trend or discover the newest technique, which can be really daunting. Don’t get me wrong – I do love a challenge. But sometimes, I just want to crochet for the joy of it – to enjoy the stitches and fall in love with the finished piece. That was the inspiration for the Hayride Triangle Scarf. I wanted to design a classic piece with luxurious yarn that would fit in my forever wardrobe.
There are a few items I think of when I consider my favorite classic crochet pieces. A structured beanie, a rectangle scarf with fringe, and a chunky cardigan are a few that come to mind. A top-down triangle scarf is another style that falls into that classic category.
The interspersed solid and mesh sections of the Hayride Triangle Scarf take the basic motif to the next level without being complicated. I added a contrasting textured border and chunky tassels for additional touches of personality. I’m so excited to wear this scarf all fall long.
Obsessed with Triangle Scarves
I’ve been low-key obsessed with designing triangle scarves since the early days of TL Yarn Crafts. One of my first triangle scarves was a 100% Pima cotton number called the Free Yourself Shawl. Like the Hayride Triangle Scarf, this shawl has mesh sections through the body and fun tassels. I still have my original sample and love wearing it on cooler summer nights.
Since then, I’ve released more triangle scarves than I can count. A few of my favorites are the Coles River Kerchief, the Bronwyn Shawl, the Flatiron Shawl, and the Ada Shawl. Each pattern has it’s own style and features, and they all have a special place in my maker wardrobe.
Picking the Right Yarn
I’m really grateful to partner with my friends from WeCrochet for the Hayride Triangle Scarf design. They gave me free rein over their massive collection of yarn to pick what I liked to design something I loved. One yarn that I don’t have much experience with is tweed. The little neps have always seemed a little intimidating. Then I stumbled upon WeCrochet’s City Tweed DK and decided to try something new.
City Tweed DK is a category 3 DK weight blend of merino wool, alpaca, and tweed. Believe me, this yarn is just as soft and luxurious as it sounds. WeCrochet took it to the next level by creating an amazingly sultry palette of 23 colors. I had so much fun pairing colors together for the Hayride Triangle Scarf.
Have fun building your own color palette from WeCrochet’s City Tweed DK or get inspired by the other great options in their DK weight yarn collection. Browse WeCrochet now!
Are you ready to start crocheting the Hayride Triangle Scarf? This beginner-level crochet triangle scarf pattern is made from the top-down, featuring alternating sections of mesh and solid basic stitching. The body of the shawl gives way to a textured 2×2 ribbing in a contrasting color. The piece is finished with three chunky, playful tassels. Click here to get your copy of the Hayride Triangle Scarf now!
Anne Huntley says
I have just finished my Hayride Shawl and need to make/attach the tassels. I came here hoping for a link to a tutorial for the tassels, but I don’t see one. Can you direct me to a tassel tutorial so I can finish my shawl? Thank you. Also, I had not visited this page prior to finishing my shawl. I always thought the shawl was made with a white tweed and a burnt orange trim, but the pattern from TL Yarn Crafts calls for buying City Tweed DK. in Snowshoe. I see on this page that the yarn mentioned is the color “SnowBANK,” not SnowSHOE. I remember thinking the yarn wasn’t very white when my order came from WeCrochet, but I checked it against the pattern and thought maybe it was the photography of the shawl that made the yarn look more white. Now that I’ve seen this page, however, and how the yarn color is mentioned as Snowbank, I think there is an error in the pattern that you might want to take a look at, regarding the color of yarn that is mentioned under “Supplies.”
Toni L. says
Hi! You can find a tutorial for the tassels linked in the pattern as well as here on YouTube. And thank you for alerting us to the discrepancy in the colors. It has been updated in the pattern.