Pocket Wrap Knitting Patterns
These wraps and scarves feature pockets that are perfect for carrying small items like cards, books or phones, or for just keeping your hands warm!
To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern.
These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.
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Free Knitting Patterns
Cabled Pocket Shawl
JoAnne Zoller Wagner’s shawl is a quick knit in super bulky yarn and features a cable pattern that matches up on the pockets. Pictured project by verypink
Plush Pocket Wrap
This shawl from Lion Brand Yarn is knit in garter stitch with pockets in stockinette. Quick knit in super bulky yarn. Crochet version also available. Note that the page says the free pattern is “out of stock” but you can still download it.
Double Moss Stitch Shawl
Donna Barranti’s pocket wrap features a double moss stitch body and moss stitch border in sport or DK yarn.
This vintage pattern from the American Thread Company features a cable design knit in bulky yarn. Pictured project by Edd who added crocheted edging.
Berroco Design Team’s shawl / scarf features roomy pockets and a hood and is worked in easy ribbing in Aran yarn.
Bolette J. Ohms shawl features cable and bamboo stitch edging and pockets that are incorporated as you knit rather than added on. Note that the pattern is actually written out on the Ravelry page.
Posh and Pocketed Super Scarf
This extra long scarf by Jean Guirguis features fringe as well as optional pockets. Quick knit in bulky / chunky yarn.
Nikki McGonigal’s scarf features a celtic cable pattern, pockets, and a hood.
Camote Pocket Scarf
Cassandra Milani designed this scarf that’s perfect for warmth and convenience! Knit in garter stitch with Double Moss accents, it has a pocket at each end for keep your hands warm or carry small items.
Cabled Pocket Scarf
Vanessa Ewing designed this scarf with diamond and twist cables for bulky yarn.
Fox Scoodie With Paw Pockets
This hooded scarf by Lion Brand Yarns features a hood with fox ears and pockets that look like paws. There is also a crochet version as well.
Owl Pocket Scarf
Knitter sabaghiaasi adapted a design for a garter stitch pocket scarf by DROPS Design by adding an owl cable motif to the pockets.
Patterns for Purchase
Hugs & Cables Wrap
This luxurious piece contains generous built-in pockets and a collar, knit in moss stitch and cables with DK yarn in one seamless piece.
Lace Reader’s Wraps
Two easy pocket shawls in one pattern – one a fast knit in super bulky yarn and the other drapes softly in worsted weight.
Emerald Isle Pocket Shawl
The shawl by Linda Lehman incorporates a little known textured stitch with an ornate cable that shows itself beautifully in this shawl knit in worsted weight.
Stockinette shawl with large textured pockets by Lisa Carnahan in worsted yarn. Pictured project by nebraskagirl86
Lace Reader’s Wrap
Lace shawl with pockets by Lisa Carnahan in aran yarn. Pictured project for Lace Reader’s Wrap by NittanyKnits
Bramble Lace Shawl
Knit with a single stitch with lots of texture, this wrap by Linda Lehman features two pockets. The final size is 24 inches X 84 inches.
Cabled Reader’s Wrap
Cabled shawl with pockets by Lisa Carnahan in aran yarn.
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!