The Crochet Message Pocket Shawl pattern has a really nice texture. Showing the Larksfoot Track Stitch.
Designed to comfy and cozy. You can customize the length or sew the pockets to your comfort level with your arm length. The pocket is built into the panel, not slapped on afterwards.
If you love the panel of the shawl, you can have that as a blanket or any size by using the multiples of 13+8.
Once you start the pattern, it’s an easy repeat throughout. There are actually two panels that make up the span of this. This allows the texture to appear symmetrical. It’s sewn at the back. You could even enjoy this wrap without the pockets too.
Comments on “Crochet Message Pocket Shawl Pattern + Tutorial”
Thanks for the tutorial. Helped clarify the instructions. Had been a little confused with the finishing. Only after watching you show the front neck edging, do I realize that the model in the photographs is wearing the shawl backwards.
I wondered the same thing. Good eye.
I’ve recently made 2 pocket shawls for my daughter which mainly had wrapped dc. I’ll make this gorgeous shawl next as I feel I’m up to the challenge. Your instructions are so clear in your tutorials I get confidence I can do it. I’ll get started as soon as I decide the yarn. I’m retired and hadn’t crocheted since the 70s. But I find crochet so relaxing and it’s like riding a bicycle – a few stitches and you’re back at it. Thanks so much – so glad your site popped up in my feed the other day.
Best wishes. It’s not too hard and the texture is lovely.
i’m making the message pocket shawl and i was wondering when the tutorial is coming up.. i’m stuck with the “place pocket lining” part. hope you can help me out real soon .
greetings from belgium
I filmed it yesterday. I am editing this morning and putting it out. I struggled to and contacted the designer for assistance. My video will reflect what the intention is. 😀
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