Today we had the first snow of this year and it was so beautiful! I stayed on my balcony with this gorgeous crochet Trinity scarf around my neck and a hot coffee and watched those big and fluffy snowflakes dancing in the air.
It was such a beautiful day and I enjoyed it so much, mostly because last winter we didn’t have any snow. And I love snowy winters! And now we have plenty of it!
The crochet Trinity scarf is a fast and easy pattern to crochet so you are going to love making and wearing it! You’re going to want to wrap yourself in this cozy and textured crochet Trinity scarf the moment you’re finished with it. Also, this modern design only uses one simple stitch: single crochet so it is perfect if you are a beginner. Without a doubt, this is the perfect chic accessory for this winter.
The crochet Trinity scarf is the perfect example of how simple stitches and basic techniques can make such a beautiful, chic, and elaborate finished piece that it is hard to believe a beginner could crochet. This project is perfect for a beginner not only because it’s easy to crochet it but because after you see it finished you will have the feeling that your crochet skills are improving and you can do this!
So don’t give up if it doesn’t look good the first time, or the second, we have all been there! Just take that hook and practice every day if you can and you’ll become so good that even you won’t believe it! You can do it and you can be good at it!
The color turquoise (my favorite color) worked beautifully for this design, but I can imagine it in any of the other 26 colors of this wonderful yarn palette. Crochet Trinity scarves can be worn in a multitude of ways. My favorite way to wear this scarf is around my neck or as the city slicker knot which looks very cool with my winter coat. Most important having this scarf in several different colors will keep you covered for literally any outfit! I’m pretty sure all of my friends will want one when they see mine.
You can wear the crochet Trinity scarf wrapped around your neck. Or you can make a City Slicker Knot: fold the scarf in half lengthwise and wrap it around your neck, then pull the loose ends through the loop that was created by the fold.
The final dimensions of the Trinity crochet scarf: are 33 cm/ 13 inches- wide and 185 cm/73 inches- long.
For my scarf, I’ve used 300 g of this Norsk Fine,(100= 375m/ 3.53= 410 yards) 5.5 mm hook and a 5 mm hook for the edge, Tapestry Needle; Scissors.
Norsk Fine is an exclusive quality composite of 45% alpaca, 25%wool, and 30% polyamide. The combination results in the yarn being incredibly soft and airy.
The combination of wool and polyamide makes the yarn both light and warm, perfect for accessories like mittens and scarves.
This wool blend feels so wonderfully soft that you don’t want to put it down. This yarn is premium quality and very soft.
For my scarf, I’ve used the turquoise color: http://bit.ly/393Hz87
Here you can find your favorite color: http://bit.ly/3qgNSuS
3 sc tog= 3 single crochet stitches together;
hdc= half double crochet;
The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
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The pattern for the crochet Trinity Scarf:
The video tutorial for the stitch of the crochet Trinity scarf:
The chart for the stitch of the crochet Trinity scarf:
The written instructions for the crochet Trinity scarf:
Start with 72 chains (if you want this scarf to be wider start with an even number of chains).
In the 2nd chain from the hook crochet a hdc, *3 sc tog (the 1st sc in the same ch as the previous st, then 2nd sc in the next ch, and the 3rd in the next ch), ch*. Repeat *-* until the end of the row. After you make the last 3 sc tog don’t crochet a ch instead crochet a hdc in the same ch as the 3rd sc of the last 3 sc tog.
Ch 1, hdc in first st, *3 sc tog (the 1st sc in the same st as the previous, the 2nd sc in the next st, and the 3rd in the next st), ch*. Repeat *-* until the end of the row. After you make the last 3 sc tog don’t crochet a ch instead crochet a hdc in the same st as the 3rd sc of the last 3 sc tog.
Repeat row 2 until you reach the desired dimension, my scarf is 185 cm (almost 73″) long and 33 cm (almost 13″) in width.
For the edge, I’ve crocheted one row of single crochet with a 5 mm hook because I wanted to keep the look of this scarf very simple and this border is perfect for that.
Tie off and weave in the ends.
Here is a list of my other free patterns for scarves:
- Coffee break crochet scarf;
- How to crochet a lace scarf;
- How to crochet Autumn vibes scarf;
- How to crochet Sunny Days scarf;
- How to crochet Deep Forest scarf;
- How to knit Landscape cables scarf;
- How to knit a unisex scarf.
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Here is a photo of the forest near our house after a few days of heavy snow.