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Convertible Pocket Shawl

This quick and super simple, multi-use pocket shawl features two angled pockets with decorative buttons and three invisible fasteners. Use these fasteners to convert the shawl into a capelet for optimal warmth. This pattern uses a simple and reversible stitch pattern for easy crocheting. Although instructions are given for three sizes, you can easily adjust the width and the length as you work to create a custom fit.

Time:  8 Hours Pattern.

Skill Level: Easy.

Size: S (M, L). 14” width x 45 (67, 84)” length.

Shown in size L

Gauge: 15 sts and 11 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Special stitch after wet blocking

Materials

Light weight yarnYarn: Rowan Felted Tweed (50% Felted Wool, 25% Alpaca, 25% Rayon/Viscose; 191 yards [175 meters]/50 grams): 00154 ginger (MC, 3 (4, 5) balls).

Hook: US size J/10 (6.00 mm)

Notions: Tapestry needle, three pairs of invisible 0.25” hook and eyes, 4 buttons (decorative).

Special Stitches

Special Stitch (SS): Dc in dc from 2 rows below the working row, ch 1.

Pattern Notes

This pattern is worked flat in one single piece.

Turning chains (ch 1) do not count as a stitch.

Pattern

With MC, ch 55.
Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from hook, [ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next ch] 26 times, turn.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first st, ch 1, [dc in the ch skipped in the foundation ch between the dc worked in Row 1, ch 1] 26 times, ending with sc in last st, turn.

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in next st, SS 26 times, ending with sc in last st, turn.

Rep Row 3 until desired length.

Last Row: Ch 1, sc in first st, ch 1, [sc in dc from 2 rows below the working row, ch 1] 26 times.

Fasten off.

Finishing

Block and weave in all ends.

With RS facing, fold and seam the pockets as shown in the image below.

Using sewing needle, sew invisible hook and eyes on the WS of the flaps.

Add decorative buttons if desired.

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Comments
  • I just printed it by, clicking somewhere in the pattern itself, right-clicked, and hit print.

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  • Kathy B.

    love this multi use pocket shawl… would like to see a close up of the stitches, or a video on how to do this pocket shawl.

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  • Kareis B.

    Again, just to be clear….the SS says to dc in the chain space 2 rows below working row, so would I placing my dc for R3 in the chain space of R1 and then in R4 I would be placing it in R2?

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    • Nicola P.

      Hello Kareis! I’ve reached out to the designer for advice and she or I will reply as soon as possible. Thanks! – Nicola, Editor

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      • Cristina D.

        Hi Kareis, The SS says to dc in the “dc” (not the chain space) 2 rows below. And yes, you are correct, you will plce your dc for R3 in R1, but not on the chain space, but on the dc. I hope these clarifications are helpful! Kind Regards! Cristina

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  • Kareis B.

    So, just to be clear, in R3, we are sc in the first or second chain from hook? “Chain one and sc in next stitch” is confusing me a bit.

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    • Nicola P.

      Hello Kareis! I’ve reached out to the designer for advice and she or I will reply as soon as possible. Thanks! – Nicola, Editor

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      • Cristina D.

        Hi Kareis, in R3 and in all the pattern you start with 1 ch (turning ch) and 1 sc over the sc that finished the previous row. These sc (and turning ch) make the edges of the piece.

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    • Nicola P.

      You are welcome to save this pattern by copying and pasting into a word document or by printing the pattern via the printer icon on the left hand side of your screen. Hope this helps! – Nicola, Editor

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    • You can also use Print Friendly. It’s a free app I have used on a Microsoft laptop and an iPad, so it works on multiple operating systems and it works beautifully. You can do some very minor editing when using it. You can also use it to create a PDF to save. I seldom print anything but if I need to I print from a saved PDF.

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  • I have been crocheting for almost 40 years and your pattern makes no sense to me and you have no tutorial video

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    • Nicola P.

      Hi Judy! Not all of our patterns have photo tutorials or videos. Please let me know if you have a specific question regarding this pattern and I can reach out to the designer for clarification or advice. Thanks! – Nicola, Editor

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    • Maybe I can help you. The pattern is well written and makea perfect sense to me. What are you having problems with understanding? Have you not crocheted elongated stitches before? I’m thinking that may be what you’re having a problem with understanding.

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  • Patricia B.

    I love this design. Can you suggest other yarns for this pattern. Thank you.

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