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The Revival Crochet Triangle Scarf – Free Pattern + Video Tutorial!

This crochet triangle scarf looks like the granny or bobble stitch, but it's actually the bead stitch. Free pattern and video tutorial!

Worked in a muted, vintage color palette, this crochet triangle scarf  free pattern is a versatile piece that’ll keep you cozy until the tulips start blooming again. Get the free pattern below or purchase the ad-free, printable PDF here.

Worked in a muted, vintage-inspired color palette of Lion Brand Merino Yak Alpaca, this crochet triangle scarf pattern is a versatile piece that’ll keep you cozy until the tulips start blooming again. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial!Worked in a vintage-inspired, boho color palette of LB Collection Merino Yak Alpaca, this crochet triangle scarf pattern is a versatile piece that’ll keep you cozy until the tulips start blooming again. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial!

There’s something about back-to-school season that gets me thinking about crisp autumn days. And there’s just something about crisp autumn days that gets me thinking about mustard yellow. It really is the best condiment-inspired color, isn’t it?! 🙂

Worked in a vintage-inspired, boho color palette of LB Collection Merino Yak Alpaca, this crochet triangle scarf pattern with tassels is a versatile piece that’ll keep you cozy until the tulips start blooming again. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial!This crochet triangle scarf free pattern is part of an ongoing partnership with my friends at Lion Brand Yarn. This post contains affiliate links.

For this crochet triangle scarf free pattern, I got to try Lion Brand’s Merino Yak Alpaca yarn, which is filled with beautiful, nature texture and comes in a color palette that just sings “pumpkin spice latte season!” I had a really hard time deciding which color to leave out of this design, but once I began working, these five colors felt perfect together.

Lion Brand L.B. Collection Merino Yak Alpaca in the colors Oatmeal, Navy, Teal, Mustard, Sage and Taupe. Great fall color palette!

While the stitch of this triangle scarf might look sort of like a granny stitch-bobble hybrid, it’s actually a variation on the bead stitch. This stitch lends just enough squishiness to this scarf to keep it warm and comfy, while still maintaining a casual drape to give you that “Oh this? Yeah, I-just-whipped-it-up-and-then-threw-it-on” vibe. (If you’re into that sort of thing, I have plenty more free crochet patterns that’ll be right up your alley!)

Bohemian style crochet scarf paired with a wool hat. Perfect modern crochet look for fall!This crochet triangle scarf looks like the granny or bobble stitch, but it's actually the bead stitch. The tassels complete this modern scarf. Free pattern and video tutorial!

This crochet triangle scarf free pattern is one of those that is really quite simple once you get the hang of it, but it might look a bit intimidating to some. That’s where the video tutorial comes in! I put this together because I know some of you far prefer to learn through watching. So take a peek at the video below and then just reference the written pattern under the video for when to change colors.

I’m always working on making my teaching more helpful to more people, so if you have any feedback on this video or types of instructions you like to see, please feel free to leave a comment! And you can always check out all my crochet video tutorials here.

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The Revival
Crochet Triangle Scarf – Free Pattern

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Explanation:
Worked in a muted, vintage-inspired color palette, this crochet triangle scarf free pattern is a versatile piece that’ll keep you cozy until the tulips start blooming again. You’ll find the pattern quite easy to memorize after a few rows and the bobble-like stitches combine for a speedy little project with beautiful drape. Follow the pattern as written or add additional rows to create a larger wrap.

Supplies:
So you can spend more time crocheting and less time shopping, this pattern contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you.
• Lion Brand LB Collection Merion Yak Alpaca (Weight: 4/medium – 126 yds, 1.75 oz)
– Color A: Navy (1 skein)
– Color B: Sage (1 skein)
– Color C: Mustard (1 skein)
– Color D: Teal (1 skein)
– Color E: Oatmeal (1 skein)
• Tapestry needle
• Size K (6.5 mm) crochet hook
• Stitch markers or safety pins
• Small piece of cardboard or toilet paper tube

Measurements:
57” wide (not including tassels)
26” tall

Gauge:
4 (bead stitch + ch 1) pairings = 4”
5 rows = 4”

Abbreviations and Glossary (US Terms):
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
ch1sp – space created by chaining one
ch4sp – space created by chaining four
tch – turning chain
sk – skip
st – stitch
yo – yarn over
rep – repeat
PM – place marker
Slcl (slanting cluster) – [yo, insert hook from right to left around post of previous dc, yo, pull loop through] 3 times in same place, yo, pull through all 7 loops on hook (see video tutorial for help)

Overall Pattern Notes:

• Reference the video tutorial above if you need additional help with any aspect of the pattern.

• In each row, the pattern increases by one bobble (cluster) on either side of the triangle.

• Work the final dc of each row loosely so as to ensure your triangle has fairly straight lines.

• To change colors between rows, complete the final yo of the last dc of the row with the new color. Pattern is written with the assumption that the last dc before a color change will be worked this way. (See video or photo below for help.)

• The ch 4 at the beginning of each row counts as 1 dc and 1 ch throughout. Therefore the turning chain from the previous row is always the first ch1sp of the next row.

• Optional: place a marker in the ch4sp that will form the triangle point to easily keep track of where to work a ch 4 on the next row.

How to crochet a scarf using the bead stitch. Free crochet pattern and video tutorial using LB Collection Merino Yak Alpaca.

TRIANGLE SCARF

Foundation Round: Using Color A, ch 4, join to first ch with a sl st to form a circle. (Alternatively, use a magic circle.)

Row 1: Ch 4, 1 dc in circle, 1 slcl, ch 1, 1 dc in circle, 1 slcl, ch 4 (PM), [1 dc in circle, 1 slcl, ch 1] twice, 1 dc in circle; turn. (2 bobbles per side)

Row 2: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] twice, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1]  twice, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (3 bobbles per side)

Row 3: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 3 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 3 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (4 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color B. Fasten off Color A.

Row 4: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 4 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 4 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (5 bobbles per side)

Row 5: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 5 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 5 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (6 bobbles per side)

Row 6: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 6 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 6 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (7 bobbles per side)

Row 7: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 7 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 7 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (8 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color C. Fasten off Color B.


Row 8: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 8 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 8 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (9 bobbles per side)

Row 9: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 9 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 9 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (10 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color D. Fasten off Color C.

Row 10: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 10 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 10 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (11 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color E. Fasten off Color D.

Row 11: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 11 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 11 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (12 bobbles per side)

Row 12: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 12 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 12 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (13 bobbles per side)

Row 13: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 13 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 13 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (14 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color A. Fasten off Color E.

Row 14: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 14 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 14 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (15 bobbles per side)

Row 15: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 15 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 15 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (16 bobbles per side)

Row 16: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 16 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 16 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (17 bobbles per side)

Row 17: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 17 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 17 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (18 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color B. Fasten off Color A.

Row 18: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 18 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 18 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (19 bobbles per side)

Row 19: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 19 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 19 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (20 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color C. Fasten off Color B.

Row 20: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 20 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 20 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (21 bobbles per side)

Row 21: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 21 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 21 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (22 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color D. Fasten off Color C.

Row 22: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 22 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 22 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (23 bobbles per side)

Row 23: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 23 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 23 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (24 bobbles per side)

Row 24: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 24 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 24 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (25 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color E. Fasten off Color D.

Row 25: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 25 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 25 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (26 bobbles per side)

Row 26: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 26 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 26 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (27 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color A. Fasten off Color E.

Row 27: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 27 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 27 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (28 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color B. Fasten off Color E.

Row 28: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 28 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 28 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (29 bobbles per side)

Switch to Color C. Fasten off Color B.

Row 29: Ch 4, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 29 times, [1 dc,1 slcl, ch 4, 1 dc,1 slcl, ch 1] all in ch4sp, [1 dc in next ch1sp, 1 slcl, ch 1] 29 times, 1 dc in same ch1sp; turn. (30 bobbles per side)

Fasten off Color C.

FINISHING

Blocking:
Because we’re working with natural fibers, I recommend taking the time to gently block the scarf to clean up any shaping inconsistencies and help it drape nicely. You may find that the longest (top) side of your triangle is a bit curved, which is fine and will make it wrap well around your neck.

Weaving in Ends:
I find it easiest to weave the yarn ends into the nearest bobble, which hides them and keeps them secure at the same time. I promise the weaving will go faster than you think!

ADDING TASSELS

Using Color C and a cardboard tube cut to 3.5”, wrap yarn approximately 35 times around the tube lengthwise. Insert 10” strand of yarn underneath wrapped yarn on one end of the tube. Tie a few secure knots, but do not trim these pieces. Use sharp scissors to cut the wrapped yarn at the other end of the tube. Fold the resulting strands of yarn in half and wrap a 10” piece of yarn around the top of the strands to create a small sphere of yarn. Trim the excess of these pieces. Use the tails from the first 10” piece of yarn to tie the tassel onto the corner of the scarf and weave in ends. Repeat once more for the opposite corner. (See video tutorial above for a quick visual lesson.)

Toss your new triangle scarf around your neck, grab a warm apple cider and start planning the next revival!

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31 Comments

  • kathy
    August 25, 2017 at 12:53 pm

    Hi! The revival scarf looks beautiful, but I can’t find the free tutorial. Can you please guide me.

    Thank you!!!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 26, 2017 at 3:55 pm

      Hey Kathy!

      The video tutorial is directly above the free pattern. You can tell where the pattern starts because there’s some pinky type that says “The Revival Scarf”. Look for the video player right above that. 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
  • Michele
    August 25, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    Love the video (super helpful) and love that this yarn is on sale right now!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 26, 2017 at 3:54 pm

      Isn’t that so awesome that the yarn happens to be on sale!? I love serendipity like that. 🙂

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Jess
    August 25, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    I’m so excited to get started on this. I have a question though. Is this pattern made using worsted? Under supplies it says the yarn is a super bulky, but the link shows that it’s worsted, it didn’t quite look bulky to me but I just wanted to double check before I get started. Thanks for all the great patterns!!!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 26, 2017 at 3:53 pm

      Yes! Thank you so much for catching that. It is indeed worsted. I’ve corrected it now.

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Iola Zinn
    August 26, 2017 at 11:54 am

    The pattern says it’s a 6 bulky yarn but the yarn says it’s a 4. So my question is what size yarn is it???

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 26, 2017 at 3:54 pm

      Thanks for catching that, Iola. 🙂 It is actually a size 4/worsted yarn. I’ve corrected it above now. Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Joan
    August 26, 2017 at 6:08 pm

    You keep sending crochet patternsi knit please correct thank you

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 30, 2017 at 2:39 pm

      Hey Joan,

      Are you referencing my emails? I do usually send crochet patterns, so if you’d prefer not to receive them, you an always click the “unsubscribe” button at the bottom of any of my emails. 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
  • jewey
    August 27, 2017 at 6:46 am

    cool! definitely making this next! thanks for sharing. 🙂

    Reply
  • Heather
    August 28, 2017 at 6:24 am

    I can’t wait to make this but can’t find this particular yarn in Canada. Do you have any suggestions for alternate yarn? Thanks!!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 30, 2017 at 2:38 pm

      Hey Heather,

      I believe Lion Brand can ship this yarn to Canada from LionBrand.com. (Also, it’s 20% off right now!) If you don’t end up going that way though, another worsted weight yarn would work well. 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
      • Heather
        August 31, 2017 at 4:09 pm

        Thanks Jess! Just trying to avoid the crazy shipping, exchange, and possible duty! It’s such a nice looking yarn. I will continue the hunt!

        Reply
  • Bobbi
    August 28, 2017 at 5:24 pm

    Love this pattern, and really appreciate the video tutorial. Can’t wait to get started!

    Reply
  • Marie
    August 29, 2017 at 6:53 am

    Hello, I’m having trouble getting the video to play. Once I click on it it go blank.

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 30, 2017 at 2:37 pm

      I’m so sorry to hear that Marie. Perhaps try just refreshing the page to see if that works. And if not, you might want to just try a different internet browser. I know it’s been working for most people, so it might just be a little glitch with your browser. 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
  • Regina Zimmer
    September 2, 2017 at 3:31 pm

    I have finished up the scarf but i have never blockked an item do you have suggestions for blocking ?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      September 4, 2017 at 8:21 pm

      Hey Regina,

      Congrats on finishing your scarf! If your yarn contains some wool, you can simply pin it down and then spritz it with water and let it dry for 24 hours. (I just lay it on top of a towel on my carpet and pin it there using T-pins–I’m not sure that’s totally approved by the carpet gods though. 🙂

      If you’re using acrylic, you can pin it down and then gently steam it with the steam setting on your iron. Just be sure not to actually touch the iron to the yarn or it will melt it!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Jax
    September 3, 2017 at 9:14 pm

    Thanks for the tutorial! I’m well into my scarf and notice it’s more diamond shaped then triangle. Any advice to correct the shape?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      September 4, 2017 at 8:19 pm

      Hey Jax,

      My sample scarf had somewhat of a similar shape, although it sounds like maybe the curve at the top was less pronounced. I mention in the pattern (I think it’s in the blocking section?), that you scarf might have a bit of a curve at the top, but that most of it will smooth out with blocking. You can see in the photos that the slight curve gives it a nice drape near your your chin when it’s wrapped around your neck.

      If you’re very dissatisfied with the shape though, you might be able to try adding an extra chain between each bobble to make each row longer. This might result in the opposite problem of a curve the other direction, but you may decide that’s fine with you as I don’t think it’ll show when you wear the scarf.

      Similarly, you might try just exaggerating the size of each chain between the bobbles in order to make each row slightly longer.

      Hope that’s helpful!

      Jess

      Reply
      • Tammy Lewis
        September 10, 2017 at 1:19 pm

        Thank you, Jess!! I’m a tight crocheter, and I was having the “diamond-shape” issue too… but exaggerating the size of the chains between the bobbles helped a lot! Thank you for this pattern – it’s fantastic! So squishy and comfy too!!

        Reply
  • SJ
    October 28, 2017 at 7:36 am

    If I wanted to make this pattern with only two colors how many skeins of yarn do you think would be needed?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      October 28, 2017 at 8:47 pm

      My best guess would be 4 skeins, assuming you’re using the same yarn as the pattern lists. 🙂

      Reply
  • Meagan
    December 8, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    How beautiful is this, and just my mom’s style. I’m new to crocheting but your plan is so simple i Made one for her for a Christmas gift in a few weeks, but it seems SO small. It even seems small on me, and she is a bit more broad shouldered than I am. How would you suggest I make it larger? Just add a few more rows?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      December 11, 2017 at 10:03 pm

      Yay! Congrats on making this scarf! You can def just add extra rows in order to make it larger for your mom. What a generous daughter you are! 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
  • Heather
    January 1, 2018 at 8:17 pm

    I love this pattern! I don’t crochet a whole lot but i usually try to do at least a couple things during the winter when we have downtime and this was just the ticket! I’m about halfway through it and it looks beautiful so far!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      January 1, 2018 at 11:21 pm

      That’s wonderful to hear! I’m honored that one of my patterns is getting a little of your limited crochet attention this winter! 😉

      Jess

      Reply

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