Honey Bird Triangle Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

Over the summer I longed for the days of cooler weather, where I could fully enjoy the comfort that crocheting with a sturdy wooden hook and a ball of yarn always brings me.
So as I wave bye-bye to warm, sunny trips to the beach, I welcome the cooler weather with open arms and a jolly "Hello Autumn"!

Every year I enjoy pulling out my stash of warm, golden yarns and wools, and this time around it was no different. Browsing through a couple dozen skeins always brings me an unlimited amount of inspiration, what about you?

After a bit of pondering, I landed upon this gorgeous colour called "Goldenrod" from the 24/7 Cotton collection by Lion Brand. Made from 100% mercerized cotton, it's no wonder this yarn is incredibly soft and easy to work with!

All that was left was putting my thinking cap on, and designing a new accessory for me to live in this blustery autumn... And so, the Honey Bird Triangle Scarf/Shawl was born!

Whether it's worn draped over the shoulders as a shawl or wrapped around the neck for extra warmth, this bohemian scarf is sure to keep you toasty while you sip on a warm spiced pumpkin latte.
With picot detailing along the border and swishy tassels to add a touch of intrigue, this scarf radiates contemporary sophistication!

You can never have too many cosy accessories, so be sure to also whip up a Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie and a Spiced Pear Hat...

What You'll Need
4.00mm (G/6) Crochet Hook
900 - 1100yds Aran Yarn (10ply) - Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton
Tapestry Needle

2 - 5 Yrs (Toddler)
Width: 48" (122cm)
Length: 24.5” (62cm)

6 - 12 Yrs (Child)
Width: 55" (140cm)
Length: 27.5” (70cm)

Teen – Adult
Width: 62" (158cm)
Length: 30.5” (77cm)

5 rows & 8 stitches in dc  = 2 inches

Stitches & Abbreviations
st(s) - stitch(es)
ch - chain stitch
sl st - slip stitch
sc - single crochet
dc - double crochet
pc - picot stitch

Click here to Download the "Honey Bird Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern"!

Hope you all enjoyed the pattern for this bohemian triangle scarf.
If you did crochet this, please share a photo on Instagram, I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,


  1. This Goldenrod color is amazing and suits very well with the white-cream edges of the scarf! I think the tassels are perfect for this project and they give a sophisticated appareance to the shawl. Lovely design! Thanks for sharing the pattern. All the best!

  2. This is such a beautiful scarf. Thank you so very much for sharing the pattern with us.

  3. Hello,

    I'm trying to figure the pattern for this beautiful scarf but I can't figure out the repeat unit in Row 4,6,8,... I don't see where the repeat unit starts. Can you help me please! Thank you in advance and for the lovely pattern.


    1. Me too Tessa. I came here, to the comments, to see if the answer was already here. I'm going to try and figure it out. I'll let you know if I do.

    2. Me too Tessa. I came here, to the comments, to see if the answer was already here. I'm going to try and figure it out. I'll let you know if I do.

    3. Also: in row 4 it says "(2dc, ch2, 2dc) in ch2space from previous row. 1dc in next ch1space", but isn't there supposed to be a "1dc in next st" in between? Anyway I'm hoping to get started today and maybe it figured itself out alone the way. Thanks for sharing your future findings Missy!

    4. I got stuck on Row 4. I don't know where the repeat starts either and my attempts to figure it out have failed. I keep ending up with only 22 stitches.

  4. Ahum, figures itself out along the way (damn autocorrect ;)

  5. It is almost tempting to join social media groups just to be able to enter such great giveaways...that color is beautiful!! :>)

  6. Another lovely pattern.Such a stylish shawl!

  7. This is gorgeous, Olivia! I love it!

  8. Olivia, could you use the caron cake yarn for this pattern? If so what size hook and how many cakes

  9. I love your patterns! . And I must say you are very beautiful!

  10. can someone help me i have just got to row 8 and my stitch count from row 7 is right but i can't seem to get the 48 stitches it says i should have even though i'm following the pattern correctly. Any ideas where i could be going wrong?

  11. I am having the same issue as Tessa and Sammi. I think there needs to be a DC in the stitch immediately following the stitches that are worked into the center chain 2 space. Also, make sure you are catching that the turning chains are counting as DC and chain 1, which means if you ch 3 in the previous row, you work stitches into the chain 1 space and the top if the turning chain. I didn't catch this at first and was 3 stitches off on one of my rows.

  12. Beautiful!! I love the Color!! Thank you for sharing the pattern.

  13. Lovely pattern. I have some sock yarn that I want to try with this. Thanks for sharing.

  14. I am working up this pattern and it is very easy to follow until you get to Row 22. I think the stitch counts are off there as Row 22 has the same number of stitches as Row 20 does. What is the correct number of stitches for this row? I can't wait to finish this pattern as it is so beautiful and easy to follow.

  15. I've been working on this pattern for my sister and for some reason it's not working up straight along the top where it should be flat. It has an angle.. any idea why it's working up like this???

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  17. Row 22 says 120 stitches and i have 123 and i haven't done the 2dc in last stitch yet,i have undone it twice but same thing. Can anybody help i would like to finish this soon?

  18. This is exactly what i've been looking for to make! It's perfect :D Thank you for sharing!

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