Make the trendiest wearable of the season with this gorgeous pocket shawl pattern. Made with modern granny squares, this unique shawl will be a hit with all your friends and customers. To make this pattern, you'll want to have a good understanding of how to read crochet patterns. There are plenty of pictures to help you along! You'll make 7 quick granny squares, seam them together, add some squishy ribbing, granny pockets and fringe and you're done! Grab your favorite worsted weight yarn and let's get started.
"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 all the rage right now, and why not? They are super cute and cuddly! They give just the right amount of style to a simple outfit, and keep you warm to boot! And, they’re perfect coverups for formal attire, as well. Don’t want to wear a cardigan over your gorgeous dress or outfit? Throw on this gorgeous pocket shawl and you’re ready to go! Make it in white, and you have the perfect accessory for a winter wedding. They are literally awesome for just about any occasion! This pattern with stated gauge will create a 57” long x 17.5” wide shawl (not including fringe). If you choose to add fringe, the fringe I put on was about 6.5” long after tying on."
- 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”.
PHOTOS by Jessica Cooper / Ravelry.com
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 Laura fringe infinity scarf will be your new favorite scarf! This is light weight and extremely soft. Loops & Threads Woollike yarn (85% acrylic, 15% nylon) is so soft to the touch and makes for a great wearable that won’t get too hot or itchy. The scarf is worked with 2 strands together with a clear easy to follow pattern. This can also be made with medium worsted weight yarn or any weight yarn if you prefer a thicker scarf (just make sure your beginning chains measure 54″ and is an even number of stitches). The scarf measures 54″ (27 inches folded in half) by 5″."