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*This is a free crochet pattern for a C2C Pocket Shawl. Using DK yarn, this beautiful pocket shawl features an easy design made up of one large rectangle and 2 small squares.*

Are you looking to create a unique fashion statement, but aren’t sure how to start? You can use the free C2C Crochet Pocket Shawl pattern to make a beautiful and one-of-a-kind pocket shawl that’ll easily become your new favorite accessory.

Even if you’re a beginner when it comes to crocheting, this shawl is surprisingly easy to make, and with just a few simple steps, you’ll be able to create a stunning shawl that will dress up any outfit.

In this free crochet pattern, we’ll provide you with a detailed step-by-step guide to making your own C2C Crochet Pocket Shawl, including what materials you need, tips for color changes with C2C, 2 video tutorials for C2C (corner-to-corner) and the exact instructions for making the pattern.

With this Free C2C Crochet Pattern, you’ll be able to learn how to create a stylish pocket shawl that you’ll be proud to show off to all of your friends.

Let’s get started!

## Corner-to-Corner Crochet

Well, this C2C (Corner-to-Corner) butterfly crochet scarf pattern is not my first C2C crochet pattern. I have designed 70 other C2C crochet patterns.

My ebook includes all 71 C2C crochet patterns (including this crochet pocket shawl pattern) plus 50 graphs, 7 stitch tutorials as well as 13 video tutorials. This ebook is a must-have for any crocheter who loves C2C or crocheting with colors.

## Get the PDF of the Crochet Pocket Shawl Pattern

This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.

*In “The Crochet Club” membership the pattern is interactive with check-off boxes so you can keep track of where you are in the pattern (and saved per user login) without any ads and is printer-friendly! *

## More C2C Crochet Patterns

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To start, let me now give you the supplies and tools you need in order to crochet this beautiful c2c pocket shawl pattern!

## How to Crochet the C2C Pocket Shawl

### Materials you will need

**Mary Maxim Sunrise Yarn**(5x Desert Rose) – s**Mary Maxim Lullaby****4.5mm hook**-> I used**Furls Crochet Hook**- use NICKI15 for 15% off

### Gauge

3 dc pixels with 3 dc’s each = 2 square inch

### Size

62 x 19 inches

### Stitches used in the pattern

Learn all the basic crochet stitches **HERE**

- st/sts = stitch/stitches
- ch = chain
- sk = skip
- sl st = slip stitch
- dc = double crochet
**corner to corner (C2C)****Mattress stitch**

## Video Tutorials: Helpful to Crochet the C2C Pocket Shawl

The C2C Pocket Shawl uses double crochet C2C with some color changes. In case you never tried it before, here are 2 video tutorials for you.

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## Free Written Pattern for the C2C Crochet Pocket Shawl

*First, you’ll crochet the shawl (huge rectangle) and then you’ll crochet 2 pockets and sew them on.*

Crochet a DC C2C Pixelgraph according to the pixel graph below. Repeat (increase) the horizontal row 1 until the long side measures between 60 and 80 inches (depending on your height). Mine is 62 inches. Once you reached the length, you’ll start decreasing. If you prefer the written pattern over the graph, please see the instructions below.

**Full Written Pattern for Pocket Shawl:**

**Full Written Pattern for Pocket Shawl:**

**← Row 1 [RS]:** (l) x 1 (1 square)**→ Row 2 [WS]:** (l) x 2 (2 squares)**← Row 3 [RS]:** (l) x 3 (3 squares)**→ Row 4 [WS]:** (l) x 4 (4 squares)**← Row 5 [RS]:** (l) x 5 (5 squares)**→ Row 6 [WS]:** (s) x 1, (l) x 5 (6 squares)**← Row 7 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 2 (7 squares)**→ Row 8 [WS]:** (s) x 3, (l) x 5 (8 squares)**← Row 9 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 4 (9 squares)**→ Row 10 [WS]:** (s) x 5, (l) x 5 (10 squares)**← Row 11 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 6 (11 squares)**→ Row 12 [WS]:** (s) x 7, (l) x 5 (12 squares)**← Row 13 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 8 (13 squares)**→ Row 14 [WS]:** (s) x 9, (l) x 5 (14 squares)**← Row 15 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 10 (15 squares)

**→ Row 16 [WS]:** (s) x 11, (l) x 5 (16 squares)**← Row 17 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 12 (17 squares)**→ Row 18 [WS]:** (s) x 13, (l) x 5 (18 squares)**← Row 19 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 14 (19 squares)**→ Row 20 [WS]:** (s) x 15, (l) x 5 (20 squares)**← Row 21 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 16 (21 squares)**→ Row 22 [WS]:** (s) x 17, (l) x 5 (22 squares)**← Row 23 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 18 (23 squares)**→ Row 24 [WS]:** (s) x 19, (l) x 5 (24 squares)**← Row 25 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 20 (25 squares)**→ Row 26 [WS]:** (s) x 21, (l) x 5 (26 squares)**← Row 27 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22 (27 squares)**→ Row 28 [WS]:** (l) x 1, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (28 squares)**← Row 29 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 2 (29 squares)**→ Row 30 [WS]:** (l) x 3, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (30 squares)**← Row 31 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 4 (31 squares)**→ Row 32 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)

Corner: Start decreasing on RS**← Row 33 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 34 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 35 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 36 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 37 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 38 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 39 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 40 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 41 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 42 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 43 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 44 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 45 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)

**→ Row 46 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 47 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 48 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 49 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 50 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 51 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 52 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 53 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 54 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 55 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 56 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 57 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 58 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 59 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 60 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 61 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 62 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 63 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 64 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 65 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 66 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 67 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 68 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 69 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 70 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 71 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 72 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 73 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)

**→ Row 74 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 75 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 76 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 77 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 78 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 79 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 80 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 81 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 82 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 83 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 84 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 85 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 86 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 87 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 88 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 89 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 90 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 91 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**→ Row 92 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)**← Row 93 [RS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (32 squares)

Corner: Start decreasing on WS

**→ Row 94 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 4 (31 squares)**← Row 95 [RS]:** (l) x 3, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (30 squares)**→ Row 96 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22, (l) x 2 (29 squares)**← Row 97 [RS]:** (l) x 1, (s) x 22, (l) x 5 (28 squares)**→ Row 98 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 22 (27 squares)**← Row 99 [RS]:** (s) x 21, (l) x 5 (26 squares)**→ Row 100 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 20 (25 squares)**← Row 101 [RS]:** (s) x 19, (l) x 5 (24 squares)**→ Row 102 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 18 (23 squares)**← Row 103 [RS]:** (s) x 17, (l) x 5 (22 squares)**→ Row 104 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 16 (21 squares)**← Row 105 [RS]:** (s) x 15, (l) x 5 (20 squares)

**→ Row 106 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 14 (19 squares)**← Row 107 [RS]:** (s) x 13, (l) x 5 (18 squares)**→ Row 108 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 12 (17 squares)**← Row 109 [RS]:** (s) x 11, (l) x 5 (16 squares)**→ Row 110 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 10 (15 squares)**← Row 111 [RS]:** (s) x 9, (l) x 5 (14 squares)**→ Row 112 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 8 (13 squares)**← Row 113 [RS]:** (s) x 7, (l) x 5 (12 squares)**→ Row 114 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 6 (11 squares)**← Row 115 [RS]:** (s) x 5, (l) x 5 (10 squares)**→ Row 116 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 4 (9 squares)**← Row 117 [RS]:** (s) x 3, (l) x 5 (8 squares)**→ Row 118 [WS]:** (l) x 5, (s) x 2 (7 squares)**← Row 119 [RS]:** (s) x 1, (l) x 5 (6 squares)**→ Row 120 [WS]:** (l) x 5 (5 squares)**← Row 121 [RS]:** (l) x 4 (4 squares)**→ Row 122 [WS]:** (l) x 3 (3 squares)**← Row 123 [RS]:** (l) x 2 (2 squares)**→ Row 124 [WS]:** (l) x 1 (1 square)

### Crochet Pockets

Crochet 2 pockets that are 11×11 pixels each.

Fasten off and weave in your ends.

__Written Pattern for the Pockets__

(make 2)

**← Row 1 [RS]:** (s) x 1 (1 square)**→ Row 2 [WS]:** (s) x 2 (2 squares)**← Row 3 [RS]:** (s) x 3 (3 squares)**→ Row 4 [WS]:** (s) x 4 (4 squares)**← Row 5 [RS]:** (s) x 5 (5 squares)**→ Row 6 [WS]:** (s) x 6 (6 squares)**← Row 7 [RS]:** (s) x 7 (7 squares)**→ Row 8 [WS]:** (s) x 8 (8 squares)**← Row 9 [RS]:** (s) x 9 (9 squares)**→ Row 10 [WS]:** (s) x 10 (10 squares)**← Row 11 [RS]:** (s) x 11 (11 squares)

Corner: Start decreasing on both ends**→ Row 12 [WS]:** (s) x 10 (10 squares)**← Row 13 [RS]:** (s) x 9 (9 squares)**→ Row 14 [WS]:** (s) x 8 (8 squares)**← Row 15 [RS]:** (s) x 7 (7 squares)**→ Row 16 [WS]:** (s) x 6 (6 squares)**← Row 17 [RS]:** (s) x 5 (5 squares)**→ Row 18 [WS]:** (s) x 4 (4 squares)**← Row 19 [RS]:** (s) x 3 (3 squares)**→ Row 20 [WS]:** (s) x 2 (2 squares)**← Row 21 [RS]:** (s) x 1 (1 square)

### Pocket Shawl Assembly

Then sew the pockets to the front side (pick one) of your shawl 3 rows up in the center.

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