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Crochet Granny Triangle Scarf Pattern | Canyon Scarf

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The Canyon Scarf is a classic granny triangle pattern. This top down scarf pattern is an easy and relaxing crochet project.

The simple stitches allows a bright and colorful yarn to shine. Add the tassels for a finished and polished look.

This granny triangle scarf is an easy, beginner friendly crochet pattern. I love how simple stitches pair with colorful yarns for a beautiful result.

Woman in white with color granny triangle scarf crochet pattern with tassels.

I was itching to use Hobby Lobby’s Painted Canyon colorway and I think it worked up lovely in this pattern. The self striping yarns are such a breeze to work with-no color planning, less ends to weave = win, win!

This pattern will give you the triangle scarf size pictured: 23.5″ deep by 50″ long. You can continue the pattern to increase your triangle to a full shawl size.

Crochet triangle scarf from granny triangle with tassels laid on wood porch.

For this scarf I use 3 skeins of Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon. I think adding another two skeins (with this gauge and hook) would create a comfortable sized shawl. These granny triangle scarves are so easy to add on to!

I chose to add tassels on my corners, but you could add fringe along the edges or leave it off entirely. Isn’t that the beauty of crochet-customizing it to your liking.

Back view of granny triangle shawl free crochet pattern.

I love how this colorful triangle scarf pairs with the simplicity of a white top. It’s great when the weather is cool in the morning, but you know it’ll be warm by afternoon.

It’s so much fun crocheting with these self striping yarns. I love working through the skeins to see how those colors play out. I don’t know if I could combine colors so well myself.


#4 medium worsted weight yarn, pictured in 3 skeins of I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon (100% acrylic, 252 yds/230m, 5oz/142g)

5mm (H) hook*, love my Clover Amours.

Yarn needle for weaving in ends, scissors.

If you’d like to add fringe, I did a little photo tutorial on my Veneto Fringed Scarf pattern.


14 dc x 8 rows = 4″/10cm x 4″/10cm


  1. Ch 3 counts as a double crochet, you can also use a ch 3 alternative.
  2. Ch 4 counts as a double crochet + chain 1.
  3. The step by step photo tutorial is below. Once you get the triangle started it’s a one row repeat (step 19).

Stitches/Abbreviations (US Terms)


dc-double crochet

sl st-slip stitch

granny-a cluster of 3 double crochets

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Colorful crochet scarf in granny triangle.

How to Crochet a Granny Triangle Scarf

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 3 hours
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 3 hours 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $15

Learn how to crochet a granny triangle scarf. Add chunky tassels or fringe for lots of pop on this crochet triangle scarf.


  • #4 medium worsted weight yarn, pictured in 3 skeins of I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon (100% acrylic, 252 yds/230m, 5oz/142g)


  • 5mm (H) hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors


  1. Ch 3 for triangle scarf.Ch 3
  2. Needle in 3rd chain for circle.Slip stitch to 1st ch to make a circle.
  3. Ch 4 (counts as a dc + ch 1), In the circle you formed: 3dc,3 double crochets granny stitch.
  4. ch 2 (this will be the bottom tip of your scarf), Ch 1 next.
  5. Round 1 of granny triangle.3dc,
  6. Triangle granny stitch 1, dc, this completes your first row (2 grannies & 2 dcs),
  7. Row 2 start of triangle scarf.turn your work and begin row 2: ch 4 (counts as a dc + ch 1)
  8. Next 3 double crochets in triangle scarf.Into the 1st ch 1 space from the previous row: 3dc, ch 1,
  9. Tip of triangle the ch 2 tip space: 3dc, ch 2,
  10. Second side of row 2 triangle scarf.Into the same ch 2 space: 3dc, ch 1,
  11. Green needle marks last stitch on triangle scarf.In the last ch 1 space from the previous row: 3 dc, ch 1, (green yarn needle marks the top of the ch 3 from the previous row, this is where you will do the next step)
  12. End row 2 with double crochet.dc in top of ch 3, turn. (This is row 2 and it has 4 grannies and 2 dcs)
  13. Start row 3 with chain 4.Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1),
  14. Next granny of double crochets.In first ch 1 space of previous row: 3 dc, ch 1,
  15. 3 double crochet in chain 1 space.3dc, ch 1 in the next ch 1 space from the previous row,
  16. Continue to add 3 double crochets in chain 1 spaces.for the tip in ch 2 space: 3dc, ch 2, 3dc, ch 1,
  17. Crochet around tip to other next ch 1 spc: 3dc, ch 1,
  18. Row 3 complete on triangle last ch spc: 3dc, ch 1, then place a dc in the 3rd ch of ch 4 and turn. (Row 3: 6 grannies, 2dcs)
  19. Rows 4-33:Through row 4 of triangle scarf crochet tutorial.Continue to repeat: Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), *{3dc, ch 1 in next ch 1 spc}, repeat from * until the ch 2 spc (tip), then *{3dc, ch 2, 3dc in the ch 2 spc of the tip, ch 1}, then continue to repeat *{3dc, ch 1} in each ch 1 spc, dc in 3rd ch of ch 4, turn. (Row 4: 8 grannies & 2 dcs, Row 5: 10 grannies & 2 dcs, Row 6: 12 grannies & 2dcs… Row 33: 66 grannies & 2 dcs) Each row will increase by 2 grannies.Small granny triangle forming.

    Finish off by weaving in ends and trimming any excess.
  20. Tassels:

    For the tassels I cut about 24 pieces yarn 12″ long for each corner. I laid one longer piece of yarn out and placed the 24 pieces of yarn on it, then used the single piece to tie a knot and secure the yarn together in the center. I threaded the tied end up to tie it on to the scarf. Then I used the other end to wrap around the top of the tassel to form the bulb.

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Wednesday 21st of October 2020

How do you get your scarf to lay like it does in the picture? I’ve washed mine and even used fabric softener, but it still doesn’t lay like it should. I feel like it’s choking me and it looks like I’m wearing a huge bandana. A video tutorial would be great. Thanks!


Thursday 22nd of October 2020

Hi Lauren, I'm sorry it's not laying how you want it. It sounds like you've tried all the right things. Making it bigger, might help. Or in future, loosening up the tension some-with a bigger hook. I'll have to see about doing a tutorial on the next one I make!

Angela Broyles

Tuesday 29th of May 2018

Beautiful - can’t wait to make this one!


Tuesday 29th of May 2018

Thank you!

Makeup n' Munchies

Tuesday 29th of May 2018

How am I just now stumbling across your blog? So many gorgeous patterns! I absolutely LOVE the colors of this scarf!


Tuesday 29th of May 2018

Thank you!


Thursday 26th of April 2018

LOVE THIS TUTORIAL. I just finished one with turquoise sky color. Haven't decided if I want tassels or fringe tho. ??


Thursday 26th of April 2018

Thank you! I love turquoise, I bet you’re is gorgeous ? I know deciding between the two is hard!!


Monday 23rd of April 2018

THAnks for sharing your nice patterns with a lot of photo instructions! For visual learners


Monday 23rd of April 2018

You’re welcome! Good luck!

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