CHARCOAL CROCHET SHAWL! POCKET WRAP



Easy crochet pattern !
Here I am with a new pattern, a very easy rectangle gig shawl-scarf with pockets!

You can crochet this following my step by step writen pattern, just scroll down.

You tube link for this pattern: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSKBed3EWzM&lc=Ugw5q0wk__r4QAWX6154AaABAg

Materials needed

-US size H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook

-You will need sport weight yarn aprox. 1400 yards

I used: Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino

55%Woll 33% Acrylic 12% Cashmere

137 yards /125meters/50 grams

 

Skill level: easy+

 

Gauge

5 crossed sts and 12 rows =4”x4”   (10cmx10cm)

 

Sizes: one adult size, fits all sizes

 


Abbreviations in US terms:

YO=yarn over

Sts=stitches

Ch=chain

Sl st=slip stitch

Sc= single crochet

Hdc= half double crochet

Dc= double crochet

Rep=repeat

Sk = skip

Prev =previous

**repeat what is between the asterisks as many times as directed



 

Special sts

Crossed double crochet st over 3 sts =when the pattern asks or a crossed double crochet stitch you will skip next st at that point of the row, work 1 double crochet in each of next 2 sts, then work 1 double crochet in skipped st, working over the dcs you have just made and inserting your hook from behind towards the front of the skipped st.

Hdc in BLO: To make a hdc in the back loop only, you have to insert your hook in the middle of the “v” and grab only the part of the “v” that is further from you, that is the back loop. Next, make the hdc stitch as usually.

 

                      FINISHED    MEASUREMENTS

Shawl is a rectangle shape.

Width 20” (52cm)

Length 70” (180 cm)

 

Adjusting the Size

The ideal size of a pocket shawl is to be the same as the length from fingertip to fingertip and a bit more. You just need to increase or decrease the number of rows you are going to crochet.

 

CROCHET PROJECT

 

This pattern starts with a foundation chain which is the width of the rectangle and then you crochet as many rows as you want to achieve the length of the rectangle (that is the longest part of the rectangle)

 


 

  1. CROCHET PATTERN in 3 sections

 

St rule:The foundation chain for this pattern should be a multiple of 3 chains. This way we work at the half double crochet section having a number of hdc which is a multiple of 3+ 2 sts and this is the rule for the cross st pattern.

No sewing at the main pattern , the long scarf, Yiu will only sew the pockets on the scarf.

 

 

 

1: HALF DOUBLE CROCHET IN BACK LOOPS SECTION

 

Chain 99 chains

 

*(you can easily adjust the width of this shawl, making less or more chains in your foundation row, always taking care that this number is a multiple of 3)

 

* we will work a hdc in back loops section at the beginning and then we will work the cross dc pattern pattern, at the end we will repeat the hdc in back loops section in the same number of rows as in the beginning.

 

Row 1 (foundation row): insert hook in 2nd ch from hook, and work a hdc, * hdc in each st across the row, turn (98 hdc)

 

Row 2: ch1(does not count as a st), hdc in back loop of the first hdc st of prev row, hdc in each st across the row inserting your hook in back loops only, turn (98 hdc)

 

Repeat row 2 for 7 rows more . This way we create a rib pattern, you can work for more rows this pattern if you want.

 

 

2: MAIN PATTERN –CROSSED DC ST PATTERN

 

·       Ch1 at the beginning of the rows does not count as a stitch

 

Row 1:ch1(does not count as a st), dc in very first st, * sk next st, dc in each of next 2 sts, dc in skipped st, passing in front of the dcs you have just made  and inserting your hook from behind towards the front of the loop of skipped st.*, repeat from * to * until you have 1 st left, dc in last st, turn (32 crossed double crochet sts, 98 sts in total)

Row 2:ch1, sc in very first st, sc in each st across the row, turn,( 98 sts)

 

Repeat rows 1 and 2 until your piece measures 67” (172cm) , I have worked 90 rows of crossed dc , I am counting as 1 the pair of 2 rows of crossed double crochets and single crochet rows.

Continue working the last section, the hdc in BLO

 

3: HALF DOUBLE CROCHET IN BACK LOOPS SECTION

Row 1 : ch1,work a hdc in each st across the row, turn (98 hdc)

 

Row 2: ch1(does not count as a st), hdc in back loop of the first hdc st of prev row, hdc in each st across th row inserting your hook in back loops only, turn (98 hdc)

 

Repeat row 2 for 7 rows more.

 

Fasten off, weave in all ends.

 

 


 

  

                                       POCKETS

 

Make 2

 

Chain 21

 

Row 1: dc in 2nd ch from hook, * sk next st, dc in each of next 2 sts, dc in skipped st, passing in front of the dcs you have just made  and inserting your hook from behind towards the front of the skipped st.*, repeat from * to * until you have 1 st left, dc in last st, turn (6 crossed double crochet sts,20 sts in total)

 

Row 2:ch1, sc in very first st, sc in each st across the row, turn,( 20 sts)

 

Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 10 rows more, continue in hdc in BLO pattern

 

 

 

Row 1 : ch1,work a hdc in each st across the row, turn (20 hdc)

 

Row 2: ch1(does not count as a st), hdc in back loop of the first hdc st of prev row, hdc in each st across th row inserting your hook in back loops only, turn (20 hdc)

 

Repeat row 2 for 4 more rows.

Fasten off, weave in all ends.

 

SEWING POCKETS ON THE SHAWL

 


Size of the pocket 4,7”x5,5”(12 width  x 14 cm length)

Sew the pockets in each edge of the shawl.

Place each pocket in the middle of the shawl width, taking care that the bottom part of the pocket is at the end of the hdc section  and sew with a tapestryEND OF TUTORIAL!

 

 

END OF TUTORIAL!

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