What a brilliant idea, right? Right. I wish I could even take credit for the idea, but a friend of mine commissioned me, and I couldn't say no. It's basically a scarf, but about 2 feet longer than you'd like, then sew up the pockets. If you're interested, here's the pattern for this exact scarf, but this scarf can pretty much be done with any set of colors or patterns, just sew up some pockets at the end.
|This scarf is long enough to be the appropriate length for pocket usage after it's been wrapped around your neck once. Snuggly! :3|
Color A - The short section of color (Purple in this scarf)
Color B - The long section of color (Black in this scarf)
Ch 32 w/ color A, dc in the 3rd crochet from the end, dc to end of scarf (30 dc)
[[Dc 9 more rows of color A (10 rows)
Change color to color B, dc 30 rows of color B. (40 rows)]]
Tie in loose ends.
Fold Color A over so that is goes over 25 rows of color B, leaving 5 rows of color B still exposed. Using a tapestry needle, sew both sides together using color B yarn. Fold inside out so the seams aren't able to be seen. I did this first instead of doing both pockets last, so I would have an idea of how long it was going to be. I didn't want to finish the scarf thinking it would be long enough, only to sew the pockets over to find it was too short.
Repeat directions between the [[double brackets]] 5 more times.
dc 10 rows of color A. Finish off.
Tie in all loose ends
Now sew up another pocket. Since you're going to be flipping this pocket inside-out, be sure to fold it over to the opposite side of where your first pocket is, then when you fold it inside-out, both pockets will be on the same side.
Now you will have a scarf to keep your neck and hands warm during the winter! Enjoy.