The Yarrow Triangle Scarf by Hazel and Elm (Pattern Review)

I was lucky enough to get to test the Yarrow Triangle Scarf pattern by Hazel and Elm and it is a gem! So beautiful and quick to work up! It has a repeat that is easy to memorize (for optimal Netfilx & crochetability!) and, with a super bulky yarn, works up in an afternoon! I really enjoyed making this shawl and this is a pattern I know I will turn to again and again for gifts and an afternoon of mindless crochet!

For my first Yarrow, I used Yarn Bee Mix and Mingle yarn in Jade using a 12mm hook. This bulky yarn worked up beautifully and oh-so-fast! I finished this one so quickly that I made a second Yarrow in the time allotted for the pattern test!



For my second Yarrow (which I lovingly call my Unicorn Yarrow) I used three strands of Caron Simply Soft yarn (in Off White, Orchid, and Lavender Blue) and a 12mm crochet hook to create this beautiful and delicate colorway that I just can’t get enough of!

The Yarrow Triangle Scarf is a very versatile pattern that I would recommend to anyone on the lookout for a gorgeous shawl/scarf, a quick gift, or a go to pattern for those days when you really want to crochet but can’t decide what to work on. The pattern can be found on Etsy here or Ravelry here and at the time of this review it only costs $2.99! That’s a great deal for a fantastic pattern (go grab a copy and make your own)! Happy crocheting!

I was not compensated for this review – it is simply an honest account of my experience working with the Yarrow pattern. 

Comments

    1. If you’re an absolute beginner, you may want to start with a pattern that has a step by step tutorial to help you. Triangle shawls/scarves can be a little tricky at first because working in the V shape takes some getting used to as does the terminology… and the Yarrow pattern has a lot of stitches mingled together. Depending on what you are having trouble with, trying something like my Triple Granny Triangle Shawl might help you get started since it has a step by step picture tutorial to help you along. Just keep practicing and you’ll be ready to whiz through the Yarrow scarf in no time! Crochet is amazing once you get the hang of it so I hope you don’t give up!

      Good luck!
      Stephanie

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