Crochet Shawl Free Pattern

crochet shawl free pattern

This crochet shawl free pattern with pockets are a great gift idea for the coming cold weather



10 skeins, white or color,

Crochet Hook No. O0. -

To make longer or shorter increase or decrease in Lacy Stitch.

Start Crochet Shawl Free Pattern

Lacy stitch:

Row I .- Ch 2, sc back into first ch. Draw loop out on hook about 1/2". Draw thread through, making a ch st of it. Put hook between loop and single thread of this ch st and make a sc. Make another knot st the same way and continue to end of row. Make 26 knot sts, ch one, turn.

Row 2: Sc back into last knot. Work like in Row 1, but after each knot st make one sc st into knot of previous row. Continue in pattern for whole length of lacy part of stole, about 54".

Panel for open end of stole:

Row 1: Sc 1 into each knot, sc 2 into each drawn up loop st. Make a total of 80 sc sts.

Row 2: Sc into each sc but WORK INTO BACK LOOP ONLY. Continue in pattern for 6", about 32-34 rows. Break thread, attach to opposite side of stole.


Row 1: Sc into each knot st. Altogether make 26 sc sts.

Row 2: Sc into each sc of previous row but work into back-loop only. Work 15 rows, then break off.


Fold cuff on wrong side of stole and crochet together with sc sts. To form sleeve continue to crochet above cufl  (16-17").


Ch 30 sts. Work in pattern as end of stole. Make 45 rows. Turn to wider side of pocket, finish with 4 rows as follows:

Row I: Sc along this side.

Row 2: Ch 2, dc 1, to the end of row.

Row; 3-4: Sc into each st. Crochet 2 25"-long strings with double thread (ch only). Attach one string to each end of pocket.

Draw through holes of dc and tie a bow at the middle of the pocket. Attach the

pocket to the middle of the end panel of the stole, by sewing it on from wrong side.

Knot loose ends of strings into little balls.


ch = chain

st = stitch

sc = single crochet

dc = double crochet

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