Fall Pocket Shawl
"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. "
Pocket shawls are very popular now. You can make this very easy textured pocket shawl this fall. It is a simple 2-row repeat that is easy to memorize. You can adjust the length of the shawl by chaining less or more and the width by working more rows. The pattern also includes a video for visual learners. It is worked using worsted weight yarn and a big hook. The tassels are optional but add a nice finishing touch to your pocket shawl.
Pockets on a shawl? What a wonderful idea. This easy pocket shawl is warm and cozy and very easy to crochet. Every once in awhile I ask the crochet community on Facebook and Instagram to tell me what they want to see me design. A crochet pocket shawl was mentioned several times. I just loved the stitch combination used for the Woodland Hooded Scarf, so I decided to use the same stitch combination on this easy pocket shawl. Both the ribbing and the moss stitch is easy for beginners to learn and make a stunning look when used together.
"The Ana Pocket Shawl crochet pattern is free and pairs simplicity with a pop! The bobble like, pineapple stitch creates an eye catching pocket and center detail. This pocket shawl crochets up quickly in chunky weight yarn. Which means, you can make it and wear it this season! To balance out the simplicity I went all in on the pineapple stitches for the pockets of this shawl. I love how bobblicious they are in the bulky weight yarn."
My and my daughter love the idea of the Crochet Pocket shawl! I decided to make my daughter’s Pocket Shawl with a cable style. Sorta like the one I made myself, “the Cable pocket shawl” because my daughter liked mine so much. But I decided for hers I went with more of a basic row repeat to give it more of a cable line look and feel. I really like how the Starfish stitch looks in this design! How about you