Crochet Pocket scarf Pattern
It’s a privilege to have people who appreciate our craft around you. I can say I am so privileged to have such people around me. This scarf was designed for one of those people, my first son. Even though he is still small, he now picks his own colors and specifically requests something he wants me to make for him. This time, a scarf. But I must add my own touch to it, so I decided to make it a convertible scarf. Yes, you can either wear this as a pocket scarf or as a cowl. The great thing is that you can keep this neatly folded as a pouch also. The last part is my favorite part.
Last year, just about this time, I designed my very first pocket shawl, have a look at the pattern details here. This crochet scarf pattern also comes in multiple sizes and also a convertible scarf as it can be styled in the following ways:
- Pocket scarf
- Hooded pocket scarf
- Hat alone (the hood is detachable)
- Hooded shrug
Speaking of pockets, if you’ve been following my design process, you would know I love all things with Pockets. I have quite a number of designs with POCKETS also.
Chic reversible Pocket Cardigan – This crochet cardigan pattern has no right or wrong sides. It can be styled in 2 different ways. Here is the pattern.
Another cardigan with a pocket is the Bliss pocket cardigan. This is a classy, and easy crochet cardigan with pockets. You should make one or two. Bliss cardigan can be seen here.
Skirts are not left out! The waves of bliss pocket skirt is adorned with 2 side pockets for the stylish lady who would either keep her phone, keys, or hands in the pocket. Check out the Pocket skirt here.
How about a neck warmer (cowl) with Pockets? Yes, you read it correctly. I made this cowl with a pocket. What would you keep in a neck warmer that has pockets? Here is the pattern for the pocket cowl pattern
The easy-breezy pocket scarf is a paid pattern, get the PDF either on Ravelry or Etsy.
Easy Breezy Pocket scarf on ETSY
Materials needed for this easy crochet pocket scarf pattern
Yarn – Any Worsted/Aran weight (#4) yarn can be used. I used Stylecraft Special Aran, #4 Worsted weight (100% Acrylic, 196m per 3.5 oz/100g Ball) rot his prototype.
2 (2, 2, 3) Balls
600 (700, 800, 900) yards
Hook and other Materials
- 5 mm Crochet Hook
- Snap buttons (4 pcs) or buttons.
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Similar #4 weight yarn can be substituted, please check gauge.
- Pattern is worked in rows.
- Chains at the beginning of the rounds/rows do not count as a stitch, unless stated.
Difficulty level – Intermediate
Terms – US Terminology
Toddler size = 8 x 42”
Child size = 9 x 47”
Teen size = 10 x 53”
Adult size = 11 x 55”
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Slip Stitch – sl st
Single crochet – sc
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Double crochet – dc
Cluster–V stitch = clu–V st
Double crochet 2 together = Dc2tog
Cluster–V stitch = dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog