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.
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 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)
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.
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.
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