Spiral Hexagon Pocket Scarf
This boa-style scarf only takes about an hour to work up, and after some practice, you may even be able to work it up in less. The Net Yarn Spiral Scarf Pattern is a great project if you are just learning how to use net yarn. There is a video available, which is ideal for visual learners. Boa-style pieces are popular scarves for women, and would be a great addition to your inventory, if you're participating in a craft sale.
"Introducing the West Coast Pocket Shawl, which is a beginner friendly pocket shawl made with the double crochet and herringbone half double crochet stitches. I used Bernat Cozy Style yarn that comes in a huge 16 oz skein. I chose the soft grey for my pocket shawl. This pocket shawl is elegant and you can add a fringe for a boho style. It has beautiful big pockets. Make this beautiful pocket shawl and look stylish while you keep nice and warm. "
- Designed by Jessica Cooper
This amazing fringe pocket shawl is made with 1 skein of yarn (Caron Big Cakes Yarn), so it's super chunky and warm. It's the perfect scarf for fall and winter time. The best part is, it has super comfy pockets! The finished scarf is 84”.
- Designed by CrochetDreamz
This fantastic pocket scarf in the pictures below is amazing - whether you are lounging at home or hard at work in the office, walking the beach or taking a road trip, or running errands, this project will keep you cozy and super comfy all the time! What's more, you can easily adjust it!
Compound pocket crochet scarf is a mixture of crochet linen and moss stitch that are super comfortable to carry. You can use the same yarn to make this pocket wrap for you and your friend. The best thing about this stuff is that it is super stretchable. So, anyone can place it on the shoulders effortlessly and adjustably. Give this scarf a dreamier and funky look by creating pockets with a combination crochet thread.