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.
- Designed by Lindsay Dale
This easy pattern is funny and perfect for beginners. Woodland Hooded Scarf with Pockets is a very convenient solution that will keep you warm during unexpected weather. Just choose your favourite color and make it today!
PHOTOS by Lindsay Dale / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
- Designed by Sigoni Schaap
It’s a great beginner pattern, that will keep you warm and cosy this upcoming fall. What’s more, it can replace a hat, scarf and gloves all at the same time! How cool is that? What’s more, the yarn that was used for this project is super soft.
PHOTOS by Sigoni Schaap / Ravelry.com
A hooded scarf is still in trend to keep the women comfy and warm in a cold season. Instead of a hood, you can also crochet this scarf with a separate hat. However, it will require more time and effort. Use worsted weight yarn and a 550mm crochet hook to add this beautiful pocket scarf to your wardrobe. Moreover, you need to get knowledge and details about the back-third loop. Crochet this scarf in neutral and warm tones or combinations to get a dreamier look. divinedebris
Want to keep warm, but don’t like the bulkiness of scarves? This hooded cowl is the answer. It fits under most jackets. This is great for fun outdoor activities. With the beautiful Cabled Hooded Cowl Free Crochet Pattern, this project will help you stand out in the crowd. Being both eye-catching and cozy, this design will elicit compliments. Next time you head out this season, head out in style. Thanks Quayln Stark from Red Heart for sharing the wonderful free crochet pattern.The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
Click below link for free pattern…
Make this crochet moss stitch scarf using this step by step tutorial and Red Heart roll with it variegated TWEED yarn. The scarf works up quickly, and the moss stitch leaves the ends perfectly straight without blocking. This pattern is for a child's scarf (1 skein), but it can easily be adapted for an adult by increasing the width of the scarf in increments of two stitches, then increasing the length as desired (2 skeins)."