Mulberry Shadow Pocket Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern


Since the day I first started crocheting it's always been a fun challenge figuring out exactly what I would like to design. I am often inspired by the unique colours and textures in nature, but one surefire way I am perpetually inspired is by the yarn and wools that I have the joy of working with each and every single day!
Just a little while ago I was actually fortunate enough to stumble upon a Juniper Moon Farm wool over at KnittingFever that I had never had the pleasure of working with before. Immediately I investigated and to my surprise found a bounty of luscious colours, which had me giddy with excitement. It was incredibly hard selecting just one colour to work with, but in the end I chose their Winter Meadow, and I am so happy that I did!

For some time now I've had the idea for a Mulberry Shadow Pocket Scarf brewing in the recess of my mind, which this wool works perfectly for, as not only is it extremely cozy (ideal for crocheting a snuggly scarf), but the shade is just gorgeous!

If you're keen to also add some extra cosiness to your home this Winter, you can easily crochet a cabled throw cushion cover or an extra chunky and whimsical woodland moss basket!


What You'll Need
7.00mm (2) Crochet Hook
600 - 670yds Chunky Yarn (12ply) - Juniper Moon Farm Moonshine Chunky
Tapestry Needle

Size:
2 - 5 Yrs (Toddler)
Scarf Width: 7" (18cm)
Scarf Length: 67” (170cm)
6 - 12 Yrs (Child)
Scarf Width: 8" (20cm)
Scarf Length: 73” (185cm)
Teen - Adult
Scarf Width: 9" (23cm)
 Scarf Length: 79” (201cm)

Gauge
4 rows & 4 stitches in sc  = 1 inch

Stitches & Abbreviations
st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
sl st - slip stitch

Pattern
Click here to Download the "Mulberry Shadow Pocket Scarf Crochet Pattern"!



Hope you all enjoyed the pattern for super cosy pocketed scarf (perfect for cuddling in)!
If you did crochet this, please share a photo on Instagram, I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,


8 comments:

  1. Olivia, I really like this pattern, the texture is wonderful!

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  2. Thanks for the great pattern, can't wait to make it for my daughters!
    Happy Holidays!

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  3. What a wonderful pattern! It'd be great for kids. I love the texture too it looks so shnuggly and warm.
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  4. We had 82 last night and 22 this morning so could definitely use such a warm and cozy scarf today.

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  5. I really like it ^_^
    Thank you

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  6. what a wondering pattern! its very nice for our kids. so nice thanks for such a wonderful article

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  7. How do you convert this to knitting? I love this!

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