Pocket Shawls and Scarfs perfect for Christmas
Pocket Shawls and Scarfs perfect for Christmas
Hi everyone! Today I wanted to present to you a selection of pocket and hooded shawls and scarfs perfect for Christmas. Indeed, if you are looking for a Christmas gift to crochet, these could be just the thing you are looking for! Do you love pocket shawls as much as me? I know I cannot crochet enough of them!
The Perfectly Pretty Pocket Shawl
This classic pocket shawl or wrap is very pretty and feminine. It looks very dainty and is easy to crochet, whilst still looking slightly casual with the pockets. You can find the free pattern on my blog here Crochet The Perfectly Pretty Pocket Shawl
The video tutorial for this project can be found on my Youtube channel: Crochet The Perfectly Pretty Pocket Shawl Video Tutorial
This design is crocheted mainly with a simple repeat of V stitches. Pockets and a simple border are then added to this project. It is actually a project which builds up quickly, and can be made in the space of a week-end. So this a great crochet project to make for a Christmas gift!
You can also purchase the ad free PDF pattern from my Esty store here: The Perfectly Pretty Pocket Shawl PDF pattern
The Autumn Leaves Pocket Shawl
The Autumn Leaves Pocket Shawl is absolutely stunning, and also very easy to crochet. Crocheted with the beautiful Landscapes by Lion Brand, the colour is just stunning. You can find the free crochet pattern on my blog here: Crochet The Autumn Leaves Pocket Shawl
This beginner friendly project builds up very quickly, as Lion Brand’s Landscapes yarn is rather chunky. It also has all the Fall/Winter vibes that make this project so cosy looking!
The video tutorial can be found here: Crochet The Autumn Leaves Pocket Shawl video tutorial
This makes a lovely and stunning Christmas gift, and the colours will go with everything. Again, this project does have a feminine and dainty touch to it.
You can purchase the ad free PDF pattern from my Etsy store here: The Autumn Leaves Pocket Shawl PDF pattern
The Serena Pocket Shawl with Granny style pockets
Next up on my list of pretty and easy pocket shawls is my Serena Pocket Shawl. This pocket shawl is very feminine. The light grey and pastel colours add a lot of dimension to this project. This pocket shawl is also very easy to make.
You can find the free pattern for this project here: Crochet The Serena Pocket Shawl free pattern
This pocket shawl is built up with a repeat pattern of double v stitches. A simple border is then added, along with a chain arch edging. This edging creates a very feminine look.
The video tutorial can be found on my Youtube channel here: Crochet The Simple Purity Pocket Shawl with a Hood
This pocket shawl is crocheted with DK/ Light 3 yarn, so may take a bit long to crochet. However, the fine and delicate stitches are well worth the effort.
You can purchase the Ad free, PDF pattern for this project here: Crochet The Serena Pocket Shawl PDF Pattern
The Simple Purity Pocket Shawl/Scarf with a Hood
The Simple Purity Pocket Shawl is a stunning piece to crochet. It is very easy to make, and the hood is also a great addition to a pocket shawl. Crocheted with Lion Brand’s Feels Like Butta yarn, this shawl really soft and comfortable.
You can find the free pattern on my blog here: Crochet The Simple Purity Pocket Shawl with a Hood
The hood adds a lot of character to this project. It is also very feminine and dainty to wear. I love the finished effect, and believe the hood adds a bit of mystery. The video tutorial for this project can be found here: Crochet The Simple Purity Shawl with a Hood
Also, it is quite a fine crocheted project, so can easily be wrapped around your neck like a scarf, to keep you nice and cosy!
You can purchase the ad free PDF pattern for this project from my Etsy store here: Crochet The Simple Purity Shawl with a Hood PDF Pattern
I hope you enjoyed this round up of all my pocket shawls. I love creating these, and love your feed back.
Let me know what you think of these, and if you are thinking of making one. If you have already made one, why not join my Facebook group to share a photo here:
In the meantime, take care,
I love this pattern. The only thing I had to adjust was the length. I found that 88 rows was not long enough for me. Added 20 rows and its great. Stitched up fast to. Thank you!
Thank you for your comment! Yes that’s great if you adjusted the length, as I am quite short. Glad you enjoyed this project.
I love the Hooded pocket scarf. I was wondering how to adjust the scarf to different sizes. Such as 10, 12, 14, 16. Depending on if a person is making a child size, teen size, adult size. I think the pattern shown is for an adult. Thank you
Thank you so much for stopping by! I think you would have to measure which size you would like your pocket scarf to be, and then do the maths comparing with the measurements indicated in the pattern. I hope this helps!