We are going to learn How to Crochet Shawl With Pockets. The crochet shawl measures approximately 56 inches long and 16 inches wide. Add more length to the initial chain if needed as long as your stitch multiple is 7. Add more rows for more width. The crochet shawl is designed width wise, so the initial chain you make will be the length of your shawl. You can add some ribbed detail around the neckline and of course some fringe on the ends. Pockets are added towards the end.
Yarn – any weight 4/aran/10 ply yarn, 400g/800m
6mm crochet hook
For the fringe cut a bunch of yarn about 20 inches long. Take 6 strands and on the short edge of the shawl feed the strands through the turning chain of every “square”. Continue adding fringe all the way across the entire short edge of the shawl.
We are going to learn How to Crochet Harvest Moon Pocket Shawl Pattern. They are absolutely the trendy item this fall, and for good reason. They’re adorable, quite comfy and warm, and most of the designs are just a simple.
This is a beginner-friendly poncho pattern that is made from a simple rectangle seamed on the sides. This design is warm and chunky.
Crochet pocket shawls are the rage right now. They will keep you warm and stylish at the same time. This shawl pattern is rated as easy and suitable for a confident beginner.
If you’re looking through free crochet poncho patterns, then this one is going to jump out at you. For one thing, it comes in sizes.
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