Crochet Pocket Shawl With Pockets Boho


Crochet Pocket Shaw. How to make this beautiful crochet pattern. From the first time I saw this shawl I was in love with this model.

But this crochet shawl that you are going to learn today is beautiful. It has pockets that make it a lot easier on a daily basis. It has fringes that make the pattern much more boho. And you can't miss that pattern.

Start today and get ready for the cold days. Get more elegant with this beautiful crochet work. A shawl with pockets and fringes to make a shawl super elegant and prettier than the others.

How is the crochet pocket shawl 

 The pocket shawl is a shawl similar to a blouse, but the way it is used is more practical. For women with busy days, it is a third piece that leaves a very elegant look. 

Pockets for women are important because, like the busiest days, taking your child to school, you can easily put a key or your cell phone in it. The shawl's pockets are medium pockets and comfortably fit an object that we use daily. 

The pocket shawl is a darling of women. A much requested piece for crocheters, I suggest you learn. For our beginner friends who are starting out, make a more traditional shawl and watch the videos to learn the step by step.

Crochet Pocket Shawl

I found the freedom that this shawl model gives to women who need to warm up and who want a lighter shawl and a more comfortable look at the same time very interesting.

The shawl with pocket has a more comfortable style. And it lets you stay at home beautiful and you can leave the house with the same shawl quietly. You can leave the house, go to the market, take the kids to school with this pocket shawl, and look elegant.

The shawls are usually heavier and the stitches are used over threads to stay warm. The crochet shawl with pocket are open stitches so they make the shawl lighter. You need to put a thin blouse underneath to keep warm.

This pocket shawl looks great with jeans. I wear mine with sneakers or boots, both look beautiful depending on the environment.

Below you will find Sabrina's pocket crochet pattern, in particular I think it's the most wonderful I've ever seen.

I'm thinking about doing a gray one because I think it's a neutral color that goes with the clothes in my wardrobe.

In winter, shawls are very popular and they never go out of style.

So start this beautiful crochet pattern today.

Crochet Pocket Shawl

For beginner crocheting girls who are not sure how to make this fringe at the end of the shawl. Below you will find the video tutorial and you will see how easy it is to make this fringe that makes the look much more elegant.

I'm much happier to be part of this group of crocheters who love what they do. I want to sincerely thank everyone who shares the work with me and say that: If I can do it, you can too. Believe in what you are doing and move on.

Crochet is an art that has no age. Men and women are increasingly learning and updating this beautiful craft that we bring from our ancestors. Our grandparents would certainly be very happy if they were here and saw so many crochet work being done by so many different people.

LoL!!!! I think I talked a lot today!!! I got carried away with this pattern from Sabrina.
My credits to Sabrina also for sharing the recipe with us.

About Pattern:

The crochet shawl with pocket and fringe is a very easy pattern to make and the bubbles details that you notice on the side of the shawl rectangle make the pattern more elegant. 

The fringes bring a more boho style to this shawl that I love. One of my favorite styles in fashion. This crochet recipe below that you will learn is gray colored threads. But you can use the color you like best.

If you want to make it in a color that you will use this shawl countless times without anyone noticing that you are wearing it, just changing your shoes, bet on gray crochet threads. Crochet lines in shades of gray are very elegant and neutral for any situation.

If you want a shawl that gives a point of color, or for a specific occasion, bet on the colors red or orange, the lines of these two colors are beautiful to compose a look.


6.5 mm hook 
Any Category 4 worsted weight yarn (Yarn Used: Caron One Pound in Medium Grey) 
Approx yardage: 850 yards / 775 meters 
Stitch Markers 
4 x pins 
scissors tapestry needle


YO – yarn over 
CH - chain 
ST – stitch SL ST – slip stitch 
SC – single crochet 
SC2tog – single crochet 2 stitches together for a decrease
 SC2in1 – single crochet 2 stitches in to the same stitch for an increase 
HDC – half double crochet 
TC – triple crochet SK ST – skip stitch
SIZES One Size Fits All FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 18” width, 62” length (not including fringe)
GAUGE Not really terribly important, but 13 ST x 10.25 rows = 4” x 4” 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL Advanced Beginner


CH 199 + 1 to turn
Reminder: the bottom and top borders require an odd number of stitches (199) and the main body requires an even number (200)
Row 1: SC in each ST across, CH 1 & turn (199)
Row 2: SC in each ST across, CH 1 & turn (199)
Row 3: and repeat < to > for the row ending on a SC, CH 1 & turn (199)
Row 4: SC in each ST across, CH 1 & turn (199)
Row 5: SC x 100, on ST 101 SC2in1 for an increase of 1 ST, continue SC in each ST across, CH 3 & turn (200)
Row 6: HDC in the 2nd ST from the CH then and repeat < to > for the row ending on a HDC in the last ST, CH 3 & turn (200)
Row 7: HDC in

The crochet pockets and the fringes for finishing:

Undoubtedly your work will be much more beautiful and complete with fringes. 

That's why we have a tutorial below with a step-by-step guide on how to make your shawl pocket and fringes. 

But you can learn in other ways these two details that make all the difference in your work.

Check out the step-by-step video:

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