If you’re looking for stylish crochet pocket shawl ideas, you’ve come to the right place! Our collection of free crochet patterns will suit the needs of both beginners and seasoned makers.
Although the designs differ in terms of complexity and details, it’s very easy to go from crocheting a regular scarf to making a crochet shawl with pockets. Make sure to add one of these projects to your crochet queue, as they are fun and quite quick to make.
To choose the best yarn for the pocket shawl pattern, consult the instructions you are following. If you are improvising, however, choose the material you like the feel and weight of. Remember, that you should work every yarn with a corresponding crochet hook size and that the weight will drastically impact the look of your shawl.
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Chic Crochet Pocket Shawls.
Transitions Pocket Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Enter the autumn/winter season with Sarah’s electric violet pocket shawl. It has the most magnificent details, such as post-stitch ribbing and lacy openwork. This comfy accessory will be the perfect fit for your wardrobe, and I can assure you the pattern is easy to follow.
Level: upper beginner Author: I Need It Crochet
photo by I Need It Crochet / ravelry.com
Braided Cable Pocket Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Sometimes all you need to elevate your design is a small detail. Breann’s otherwise simple crochet pocket scarf would be perfectly ordinary if it wasn’t for the braided ornament. As you can see in the photos, this deep burgundy beauty looks stylish and comfy – exactly what you need for the season.
Level: upper beginner Author: Breann Mauldin
photo by Breann Mauldin / ravelry.com
Simple Pocket Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
A boho-style crochet accessory doesn’t have to be complex to make, especially if you know some cool stitches and have an eye for details. Kylee definitely fits this category, as her design combines the delicate texture of a star stitch with a beautiful fringe.
Level: upper beginner Author: Kylee Keller
photo by Kylee Keller / ravelry.com