Knit Look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

This modern, simple knit-look herringbone color block Harvest Triangle Scarf is a free crochet pattern at Nana’s Crafty Home!

Knit look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

You are going to love how easy this modern yet classic scarf is! With a knit appearance and fun tassels, this scarf will be your go-to Fall (and winter!) scarf!

Made with just two skeins of the bulky weight Lion Brand’s Color Made Easy,* this soft and squishy scarf works up so quickly – perfect for gifts! And don’t you just love those Fall colors?? I love warm colors and the rust colored Anthurium color way really does it for me. And with the 22 on trend colors available you will be sure to find your new favorite.

Knit look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

If you would like to substitute a lighter weight yarn, you would just need to add more rows before and and after the center point of the scarf. Just make sure you are working the same amount of increase and decrease rows on each side so the sides will match.

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Knit look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

This scarf would also be great with school or team colors – and with the upcoming hat & arm warmer patterns (coming soon!) – you will have a perfect matching set. A wonderful way to show school spirit!

This scarf is worked side-to-side with the Herringbone Half Double (Hhdc) Crochet Stitch worked in the back loops only to create a soft and squishy knit-like scarf!

I have a complete video tutorial for the Herringbone Half Double Crochet Stitch which you can find HERE which also includes how to decrease this stitch.

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Knit look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

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Knit look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

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Harvest Herringbone Color Block Scarf free crochet pattern

Pattern written in US crochet terminology

Supplies:

(1) Lion Brand Color Made Easy Birch 7 oz / 247 yds (Color A)
(1) Lion Brand Color Made Easy Anthurium 7 oz / 247 yds (Color B) 

Size K/10 (6.5 mm) crochet hook
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Approximate finished size:  58” long (tip to tip) x 20” wide (at triangle point)

Gauge:  13 Hhdc st / 8 Hhdc rows in blo = 4”

Abbreviations:

ch = chain
yo = yarn over
Hhdc = Herringbone half double crochet (see special stitch section below)
st = stitch
blo = back loop only
Hhdc dec = Herringbone half double crochet decrease (see special stitch section below)

Notes about pattern:

  • Ch 2 at beginning of each row counts as stitch.
  • During increase rows, stitch count will increase by 1 stitch every row. 
  • During decrease rows, stitch count will decrease by 1 stitch every row.

Special stitches:

Hhdc = Herringbone half double crochet: yo, insert hook in st indicated, yo, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through first loop on hook (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through remaining 3 loops on hook.

Hhdc dec = Herringbone half double crochet decrease: yo, insert hook in 1st st, yo, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through first loop on hook (3 loops on hook), yo, insert hook in 2nd st, yo, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), yo, pull through first loop on hook, yo, pull through remaining 5 loops on hook.

Row 1:  Increase rows: With color A, ch 3, Hhdc in 3rd ch from hook (skipped chains count as first st).  Turn. (2)

Row 2:  ch 2 (counts as 1st st), working in blo, Hhdc in same st (base of ch 2), 1 Hhdc in last st.  Turn (3)

Row 3:  ch 2, working in blo (here and throughout remainder of pattern),  1 Hhdc in next st, 2 Hhdc in last st.  Turn. (4)

Row 4:  ch 2, Hhdc in same st, 1 Hhdc in each st to end.  Turn.  (5)

Row 5:  ch 2, 1 Hhdc in next st & in each st to last st, 2 Hhdc in last st. Turn (6)

Rows 6 – 58:  repeat rows 4 – 5.  At the end of row 58, change to Color B.

Row 59:  (no increase or decrease for this row) With Color B, ch 2, 1 Hhdc in next st and in each st to end.  (59)

Row 60:  (begin decrease rows) ch 2, Hhdc dec over next 2 st, 1 Hhdc in remaining st to end.  Turn (58)

Row 61:  ch 2, 1 Hhdc in next st & in each st to last 2 st, Hhdc dec over last 2 st.  Turn (57)

Row 62 – 116:  repeat rows 60 – 61. Fasten off.  Weave in ends.

Make two chunky tassels (1 of each color) by using a 4 1/2” tall piece of cardboard with 70-80 wraps for each tassel.  Attach Color A tassel to Color B end and attach Color B tassel to Color A end of scarf.

Knit look Simple Herringbone Color Block Triangle Scarf free crochet pattern

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  1. Tracy King

    I love it! So festive but it would also look super in different colours. Thank you for sharing.

    Reply
    • Tonya Bush

      So glad you like it Tracy – thank you! ❤️😊

      Reply
  2. Dawn Donovan

    I would love to make this pattern in a smaller size. Can I just use a lighter yarn and a smaller hook?

    Reply
    • Tonya Bush

      Absolutely – a very easy way to make a smaller size! Let me know how it goes! ❤️😊

      Reply

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