Celtic Pocket Shawl

Celtic Pocket Shawl

Introducing a NEW pocket shawl project with an Irish flair – the Celtic Pocket Shawl. This design features 3 Celtic Knots of the same design, just different sizes – one large on the back center and two smaller on the pockets. Crochet Pocket Shawls are fun to crochet and great to wear any time of year because they provide just enough comfort and warmth to take off the chill. I love that they wrap around your shoulders but also have a place for your hands to stay warm.

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Beautiful Yarn for the Celtic Pocket Shawl

Several years ago I discovered a beautiful hand-dyed superwash merino wool yarn called, Cadence, by Hazel Knits. At the time I crocheted 2 scarves using an orange, red and yellow but I had wanted to crochet something in one of their wonderful blue color tones.

So, I decided to pick Sapphire (darker blue) and Chicory (light blue) for this new Celtic Pocket Shawl design.

You can use another kind of yarn – Size 3/DK weight yarn would work best if you want it to come out close to the size/dimensions of mine and you would need about 1400 total yards. (All of this information is included in the pattern)

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Stitches Used in the Celtic Pocket Shawl

All stitches in this shawl are simple – you mainly need to know how to single crochet and double crochet. There are a few other stitches that are explained in detail in the instructions. The fringe is optional and easy to add on.

Adding the Celtic Knots to the Shawl

Don’t worry about weaving the Celtic Knots – I include diagrams for each of the sizes that guide you along each curve and over & under so your knots turn out great! Plus, there are several color photos in the pattern to help you understand these steps.

**UPDATE: And now there is a video tutorial to go with this project – you can watch it below or on our Youtube Channel. This video tutorial shows you some stitches, how to prepare the diagrams, how to weave the knots and how to add the fringe**

You Can Purchase this Pattern PDF in my Etsy Shop

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By clicking on the links above you’ll be able to purchase this pattern. The pattern is an instant downloadable PDF file that can be print out at home. There are also files included of the Celtic Knot diagrams which I show you how to assemble in the video tutorial above. Make sure to pin the image below so you don’t forget where you found this pattern!

If you make this project, please let me know about it! I would love to see a photo of your project. And if you have any questions about the Celtic Pocket Shawl instructions, please email me or leave a comment below – I am happy to help.

If you would like to see some of the other Celtic Knot patterns that are available on this blog and in my pattern shop, you can check them out here.

Thank you for stopping by – I hope you enjoy crocheting the Celtic Pocket Shawl.

Jennifer

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2 thoughts on “Celtic Pocket Shawl

  1. I would love to learn that yellow cable stitch. It’s beautiful! I’m new to crocheting and it has completely consumed me. I wish I would have learned sooner. Thank you so much for sharing your talents!

    1. You are welcome! Glad you have started crocheting – best hobby ever 😉 Thank you for stopping by

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