This simple and easy pocket scarf will soon become a favorite crochet scarf to make and wear.
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Now back to the pattern. The stitches in this design gives this scarf a very classic and elegant look. Pair this scarf with a long sleeve shirt in the colder months.
The yarn used in this pattern is Lion Brand ZZ Twist. I love this yarn for this project because it has such a great stretch to it as well as a very nice stitch definition. You can substitute another weight #4 worsted yarn but keep in mind that the stretch, feel and look of the scarf can be slightly different when using a substitute yarn.
You can easily adjust the length of this scarf depending on how you would like to wear it. Wrapped around the neck once or not wrapped around the neck at all. The pattern below will indicate where you can work even more of the repeats or work less of the repeats to adjust the scarf perfectly for how you want it.
Another thing about this scarf that I like is the fact that it is worked all in one piece. There is no need to break the yarn to create the pockets. The pockets are formed and seamed when you add the border round to the scarf.
If you love this scarf pattern then you may also like my Hooded Keyhole Scarf design as well. Check it out HERE.
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EASY POCKET SCARF:
- Yarn: #4 Worsted Weight – 3 skeins Lion Brand ZZ Twist or 740 yards of a similar substitute
- Hook: US Size (I/9) 5.5 mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
- Other Tools: Yarn Needle, Scissors, Stitch Markers
- 11” x 83”
- 14 dc x 9 rows = 4”/10cm
Stitches/Abbreviations: US Terms
- ch – chain
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- sp – space
- sk – skip
- sl st – slip stitch
- hdc – half double crochet
- dc – double crochet
- dc2tog – double crochet 2 stitches together
- This is worked in 1 piece in a long rectangle from one pocket to the other pocket.
- The pockets are sewn when working the final border around.
- Ch 3 counts as a dc st.
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Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each across, turn – 25 sts.
Rows 2-26: Ch 2, dc in each across, turn – 25 sts.
Row 27: Ch 2, 2 dc in each across, turn – 50 sts.
Row 28: Ch 3, *dc in next 2, ch 2, sk 2; repeat from * across until 1 remains, dc in last, turn – 26 dc, 12 ch sps.
Row 29: Ch 3, *2 dc in ch 2 sp, ch 2, sk 2; repeat from * across until 1 remains, dc in last, turn – 26 dc, 12 ch sps.
Rows 30-132: Repeat Row 29. Continue more repeats if you think you will want more length to your scarf or do less repeats if you do not want the scarf to wrap around your neck.
Row 133: Ch 2, *dc in next ch sp, dc2tog; repeat from * across until 1 remains, dc in last – 25 sts.
Rows 134-159: Ch 2, dc in each across, turn – 25 sts. Do not fasten off after last row.
Border & Pockets:
Lay the scarf flat so there are no twists in it. Count 13 rows up from each end of the scarf. Fold the 13 Rows up on each end. Pin in place with stitch markers making sure you have 13 rows lined up on the back side of the pocket with the 13 rows on the front before working the Border round to seam the pockets.
Picking up the working yarn from the last Row worked, ch 1, evenly hdc around the entire scarf (2 hdc worked in each row end and 2-3 hdc in each corner). Around the pockets be sure to crochet into both layers of fabric. Join with a sl st when finished with the border round.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
I hope you enjoyed this Easy Pocket Scarf pattern!
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