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Pocket Shawl Free Crochet Patterns

Pocket shawls are in! Without a doubt, these fun and functional crocheted garments have taken the world by storm.

What’s more, these are simple pocket shawl crochet patterns that a beginner will find easy enough to attempt. But, for the veteran among you, they will also provide a pleasant pastime and a worthy goal. Thus, here are some wonderful examples of how varied and diverse these great patterns can be. Additionally, you will see that they can be made for a wearer of any age, to match any outfit.

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Snowflake Pocket Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

This pattern will be perfect as a Christmas gift. The pattern includes the snowflake hat and a pair of mittens as well, so you can make a beautiful set. Optionally, a solid block with a snowflake motif can be used to make a winter blanket or a throw.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Justina Kirkwood

Snowflake Pocket Shawl

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Marjorie Pocket Scarf

Marjorie Pocket Scarf will be a perfect choice for all those who love CALs. The crochet-a-long starts in December and will be a great opportunity to learn something new or refresh some stitches. Fringe is optional and added at the end.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Tonya Bush

Marjorie Pocket Scarf

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Friendship Pocket Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

And here is a next pockets shawl crochet pattern. This (wrap?) is a smoother, lighter pocket shawl that will be great for a cooler summer evening. Additionally, with the right color, it could almost be right for a more formal occasion. What’s stopping you?

Skills: Easy   Designer :  Merri Purdy

Friendship Pocket Wrap

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Friendship Pocket Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

The Friendship Pocket Wrap is an absolutely amazing version of the pocket shawl above. It’s modified by removing the fringes and replacing the edge with a distinguished, darker border. Indeed, this makes it one of the most elegant pocket shawls out there and will be a fabulous accessory for a more up-dressed occasion.

Skills: Easy   Designer :  Merri Purdy

Friendship Pocket Wrap

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This version of the Friendship Pocket Wrap

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Lazy Diamond Boho Pocket Shawl with Fringes

Undeniably, a pocket shawl is a must this season. If you haven’t decided yet, here is a boho pocket shawl with fringes, although you may decide to skip them and go bare boho. The Lazy Diamond Boho Pocket Shawl has it all: a modern color, a fancy appearance and an unquestionably stunning texture with a diamond-square-like style in the back.

Skills: Easy   Designer :  Crystal White-Van CleemputLazy Diamond Boho Pocket Shawl

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Delicate Pocket Shawl

This is a great interpretation of the pocket shawl.  It is a lightly stitched, very airy design that has just the right combination of voids and denser stitched parts. Included among the latter are are the pockets which are done in a solid stitch all the way through, meaning that they will be actually useful for putting things in. Lastly, the breezy look is completed with long fringes that move and wave as you do.

Skills: Easy   Designer :  Kathryn Kurylo

Delicate Pocket Shawl

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Harvest Moon Pocket Shawl

This is a great project for the Fall. The Harvest Moon Pocket Shawl may look complicated, if you are a beginner, but it is a quick and repeatable project recommended even for a newbie.

Skills: Easy   Designer :   Carrie M Chambers

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Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets

Here is another one, which will be an absolute favourite with kids and teens of a playful disposition. This cuddly cat is an easy, fun and very joyous pattern that will definitely be a great way to push any blues away.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Tamara Kelly

Cuddly Cat Scoodie with Pockets

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As original pattern is a a kitty, here you can find more details how to make a lion-look-like scoodie with pockets.
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Thermal Pocket Shawl

Here is a slightly warmer model of the pocket shawl. Consequently, this pattern is meant for long autumn evenings or winter mornings when you need some additional warmth. Thus, it will enable you to leave your warm bed or the house to go outside.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Witherun Style

Thermal Pocket Shawl

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Amazing Grace Pocket Shawl

And here is a next project – the Amazing Grace Pocket Shawl. This shawl, in contrast to others, will be a perfect accessory for any summer outfit, in particular a summer dress. The pattern is dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness, as are other patterns designed by Amazing Grace.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Elena Hunt

Amazing Grace Pocket Shawl

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Penelope Pocket Shawl

If you like pocket shawls, but don’t feel you’re quite ready to take on some of the patterns, here is one that is very beginner-friendly. Albeit the Penelope shawl is an easy pattern, it still has a lovely, well pronounced texture and exciting cut. Additionally, more snazziness is to be had by adding the lovely buttons as an accent on the pockets.

Skills: Easy   Designer : CrochetDreamz

Penelope Pocket Shawl

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Pocket Shawl

Here is another fashionable pocket shawl pattern made by Naztazia. If you are a newbie and haven’t started a pocket shawl project yet, this pattern is particularly recommended. Furthermore, there is a step-by-step tutorial video included together with the pattern to help you.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Naztazia

Pocket Shawl

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Shawl with Pockets

Here is another pattern for a pocket shawl. This shawl will be great especially for an autumn evening or a cooler days. In fact, it’s just perfect for a country outing to enjoy the last of the fall sun.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Carrie M Chambers

Shawl with Pockets

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Side to Side Shawl

Here is a project for all those who like to follow a written pattern supported by a video tutorial. Certainly, this is easy to follow and the well-explained pattern will allow you to make your own pocket shawl even if you are a crochet newbie.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Erini Wasef

Pocket shawl

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Here you can watch a video tutorial of this shawl:
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Stay at Home Pocket Shawl

This shawl can be made with wooden buttons which give it a poncho-like look, but the buttons are optional and you can still make it as a simple wrap. The Stay at Home shawl is a simple project made with an easy to memorize, simple Tunisian stitch.

Skills: Easy   Designer :   Jess Coppom

Stay at Home Pocket Shawl

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V-stitch Pocket Shawl

If you like V-stitch, this pattern will be your favourite. It has a nice texture. Furthermore, its slightly airy look makes it perfect for summer evenings and autumn days.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Lovie Hood

V-Stitch Pocket Shawl

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Watson Waffle Cardigan/Pocket Shawl

The watson waffle cardi uses the repeating and soothing texture of the waffle stitch to make a beautiful, comfy cardigan/pocket shawl. This is one you definitely don’t want to miss.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Lakeside Loops

Watson Waffle Cardigan

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Crisscross Pocket Shawl

The crisscross pocket shawl is one on the playful side. It’s a great pattern fro those of us who like to combine colors to highlight a texture. In this case, the subdued fall earth tones are just wonderful!

Skills: Easy   Designer : Laurel Hampton

Crisscross pocket shawl

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Hip Granny Pocket Shawl

Skills: Easy   Designer : Dayna Perry

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“Checkmate” Pocket Scarf

Checkerboards are a great way to add some visual depth to an otherwise plain surface. Although this is by no means a plain scarf, the checkeboard motifs on the pockets and hoods really give it some pizzaz. Indeed, despite the monochrome palette, the interplay of shades is plenty vibrant and lively.

Skills: Upper beginner   Designer : passionatecraft2

checkmate pocket scarf

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Pine Gap Pocket Shawl

Here is the next pattern for a pocket shawl: delicately textured with puff-stiched diamonds. It is a great project if you want to advance your skills but still make a fancy item at the same time.

Skills: Easy   Designer :  Jessica Underwood

Pine Gap Pocket Shawl

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The Gotto Godda Wrap

Skills: Easy   Designer : Carlie Liedtke

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11 comments

Denise Johnson 23 August 2020 at 2:51 pm

I made the shawl by Carrie Chambers and it turned out beautifully. Looking forward to trying the other patterns posted here.

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Karen 1 September 2020 at 5:39 pm

love this !!1

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alicia 10 September 2020 at 2:44 am

The Watson Waffle and socks are my favorite. They are all very pretty though.

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Paula Sibert 21 September 2020 at 5:03 pm

I can see now where my yarn stash is going. I have two daughters, a daughter-inlaw, and four granddaughters. Oh wait I left myself out, I have at least eight to make.

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Paula Sibert 21 September 2020 at 5:07 pm

Reply to my comment: I forgot to say what I was making…
It will be many of the pocket shawls.

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Lorelei Keller 29 September 2020 at 1:36 am

Oh my I don’t know where to start. All so pretty. Thank you for being so kind and sharing free patterns.

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Paula Sibert 10 October 2020 at 9:35 pm

The shawls look so cozy.

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Kimber McDonald 15 October 2020 at 3:30 am

I know this random, but I want to make one of these for a lady and she tells she’ll need an xl because she has bigger chest. Will I need to adjust the shawl sizes for something that? I wouldn’t think so, but want to make sure it fits right.

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Lovie 20 October 2020 at 8:44 pm

Hello. Thanks so much for posting my V-stitch pocket shawl pattern. I have a new link for the free pattern. It can be found at http://www.loviemadeit.com.

Again thanks so much ?

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Mireille 23 October 2020 at 7:08 pm

Merci pour vos magnifiques modèles que vous nous présenter. J’adore

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Ali 21 November 2020 at 7:39 pm

I think they look great and plan on making one soon.

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