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Free Pattern Friday #20

I have not blogged in a awhile. So happy to be back.

This crochet pocket shawl is so easy you will want to make one in every colour for everyone you know. It’s made in a simple chevron stitch.

Keep in mind you can make it any length you want. This length is made for someone around 5’5” to 5’7”.

Size: 60” L x 18” W

I used: 10 balls Yarnspirations Bernat Softee Chunky Super Bulky #6 in Faded Denim 108 yds /99 m / 3.5 oz / 100 g (full shawl – 1080 yds / 990 m)

Crochet hook: 12mm / O-16

Abbr: ch – chain, dc – double crochet, rep – repeat, sc – single crochet, sts – stitches, tch – turning chain

This faded denim yarn is such a beauty.

Ch 32

Row 1: skip 2ch (count as 1dc), 1dc into each of next 4ch, *skip 2ch, 1dc into each of next 4ch, 2ch, 1dc into each of next 4ch; rep from * to last 6ch, skip 2ch, 1dc into each of next 3ch, 2dc into last ch, turn.

Row 2: 3ch (count as 1dc), 1dc into each of next 3sts, *skip 2 sts, 1sc into each of next 3 sts, (1dc, 2ch, 1dc) into 2ch sp, 1dc into each of next 3sts; rep from * to last 6 sts, skip 2 sts, 1dc into each of next 3 sts, 2dc into top of tch, turn.

Rep Row 2 until small 62” or medium/large 64”

Edging:

Ch1. Work sc evenly spaced around entire shawl. I worked 2sc in each side stitches and 5sc in corners.

Next row: ch2. Dc in each sc around and 3rc in each corner. I worked the next row as front post and back post dc’s.

Last row: ch2. Dc around the front post of next dc. Dc around the back post of next dc to end. End off and weave in all ends.

Pocket – make 2

Ch21

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch to end, turn – 20sc

Row 2: ch1, hdc in each sc to end, turn.

note: always skip 1 st after ch1 and remember to work in turning ch.

Row 3: ch1, hdc in each hdc to end, hdc in turning ch, turn.

Repeat Row 3 until 8”. Turn

Edging: (work the same as edging around the shawl)

Ch1. Work sc evenly spaced around entire shawl. I worked 2sc in each side stitches and 5sc in corners.

Next row: ch2. Dc in each sc around and 3rc in each corner. I worked the next row as front post and back post dc’s.

Last row: ch2. Dc around the front post of next dc. Dc around the back post of next dc to end. End off and weave in all ends.

(I pinned and stitched the pockets an angle, tilted a little left) Pin pockets in center bottom of shawl and sew in place. Weave in ends.

It’s that’s easy folks. I hope you enjoy making this pocket shawl and send me a picture please

Lady Dylana

http://www.LadyDylana.etsy.com

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My hat patterns…

I started my business in October 2000 selling hats. In the first two months I sold over 200 knitted hats. Today I’m sharing with you the hat patterns I currently have listed in the Etsy shop. I have about two patterns sitting in the wings that I need to finish editing and post.

All patterns shown are written by me and can be found in the Etsy shop http://www.LadyDylana.etsy.com

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My first ever Crochet Pocket Shawl

I always love crocheting something I have never done before. This will be a pocket shawl not a pocket scarf. Two different things.

I will be writing a pattern to share shortly. Honestly I got an order to make two as Christmas gifts. I love to jump on gifts early.

So hang with me and see what I’m up to.

Grey Rose yarn

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