Use just one skein of yarn to make this crochet pocket scarf. Add optional fringe as a finishing touch. I hope you enjoy the free crochet pattern for the Snow Drift Pocket Scarf!
A Trendy Pocket Scarf Made with Just One Skein
Have you jumped on the pocket shawl wagon yet? Every once in a while, there is a wide spread crochet trend and this season it so happens to be the pocket shawl. In this interest in keeping this project true to the foundation of Seven Days of Scarfie (basically one skein of yarn or less), I modified the idea of a pocket shawl and instead made a cozy pocket scarf!
Seven Days of Scarfie Collection #5
This pattern is part of my Seven Days of Scarfie pattern collections. Whether you are new to Seven Days of Scarfie or you have been making along with me every single year; I am so happy you are joining in the fun! Seven Days of Scarfie started on a total whim in 2016, and I have gotten so much positive feedback on the patterns that I just keep going with it every year.
I hope that you love each of these pattern collections as much as I do!
- START HERE: This will give you all the information you need about the supplies you will need, you can find the patterns I have released so far in this year’s collection along with the patterns from previous Seven Days of Scarfie pattern collections.
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The result is this super easy to make scarf with all the texture. I used every bit of one skein of Scarfie yarn to make the Snow Drift Pocket Scarf so be sure to cut your fringe ahead of time if you want to make your scarf the same length as mine.
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Snow Drift Pocket Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern
- Approx. 312 yards of Lion Brand Scarfie Yarn (‘Eggplant/Taupe’ pictured) or a comparable Category ⅘ yarn. (See my yarn substitute recommendations here)
- 5.5mm crochet hook - I love Clover Amour
- Scissors - I always keep these travel scissors in my hook case
- Yarn needle
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
- sl st: slip stitch
- ch: chain
- BLO: back loop only
- SC: single crochet
- HDC: half double crochet
- DC: double crochet
Related Video Tutorials
How to Crochet in BLO - Right Handed (find the Left Handed version of this video here)
Length: 73” before folding pockets
- The chain stitches at the beginning of each round do not count as a stitch.
- Increase or decrease the size of your starting chain in increments of 5 if you would like to alter the finished size.
- I used exactly an entire skein of Scarfie yarn to make this scarf. If you want to add fringe I would recommend making it first and setting it aside to guarantee you have enough yarn for it.
Row 1: SC in second ch from the hook, SC, HDC, DC in 2, HDC, *SC in 2, HDC, DC in 2, HDC, repeat from * one more time, SC in last 2 sts (20). Turn.
Row 2: ch 2, DC, BLO DC, BLO HDC, BLO SC in 2, BLO HDC, *BLO DC in 2, BLO HDC, BLO SC in 2, BLO HDC, repeat from * 1 more time, BLO DC, DC (20). Turn.
Row 3: ch 1, SC, BLO SC, BLO HDC, BLO DC in 2, BLO HDC, *BLO SC in 2, BLO HDC, BLO DC in 2, BLO HDC, repeat from * 1 more time, BLO SC, SC (20). Turn.
Row 4- Row 129: Repeat Row 2 (on even rows) and Row 3 (on odd rows).
Tie off yarn. Fold pockets to the desired size and, using a long length of yarn, sew the edges of of the overlapped scarf to create the pockets. Make and attach fringe if desired. Please see my notes on fringe above.
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