This convertible plaid pocket shawl crochet pattern is so cozy and can be worn three different ways! Wear as a pocket shawl to keep shoulders warm. Or wear as a thick, cozy scarf.
OR add the removable back panel to have the coverage of a kimono or poncho!
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Welcome to the last day of Plaid Week! This pattern is coming a day late, for which I apologize! I had some unexpected mom duties that I needed to attend to yesterday. All is well! And now I can share the project I have worked the longest on and was most excited to share – a plaid pocket shawl.

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This plaid pocket shawl is so cozy you guys. I couldn’t even wait to weave in my ends, I just wore it around for about two days, tripping on ends.

The most ingenious part about this pocket shawl is that it has a removable back panel! This allows for more coverage if you want it. Then, when you want to go back to just a shawl, you can pull out the ribbon and set the back panel aside.

crochet buffalo plaid pocket scarf shawl

It can also be worn as a cozy scarf.

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What you need:
5.5 mm Hook
Lion Brand Premium
2 skeins Black, 1 skein Garnet, 1 skeins Plum, 2 Charcoal
Shawl/Scarf with removable back panel: 3 Black, 2 Garnet, 2 Plum,
2 Charcoal

Abbreviations: US Terms
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – stitch

Gauge: not important

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  1. Bethany what brand yarns did you use. I want to make the plaid cap to match this . What three colors would you recommendations?

    1. I’m sorry I only know how many skeins used as the pattern in written. You can probably just take the total skeins and then do half each color you would like to do.