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Crochet Cool Ombrè pocket – Free Pattern

Want a quick and simple project to spruce up an old pair of jeans or a tired old denim skirt? Then look no further! This simple crochet pattern is great for beginners and will jazz up even the most tired old jeans in under half an hour! 



Phew it’s hot at the moment isn’t it?! I absolutely love this time of year and just because its summer, it doesn’t mean that I have to put away my yarn and hook. I just love creating cute little summer projects sat in my garden with a homemade lemon iced tea and my cat Remi purring around my feet 🙂

This week I have created this jazzy little ombrè pocket. It’s a great stash buster and I absolutely love the way the colours blend to create the ombrè effect. Now my tired old denim skirt looks brand new! Want to jazz up your pockets? Lets get started! 

Cool Omb Pocket Tools :

  • Drops Love You 8 cotton in shades Opal Green, Turquoise, Light Wash and White
  • 4.5mm hook
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors
  • Pins for blocking (optional)
  • Needle and contrasting thread or double sided Bondaweb. My sewing skills aren’t great so I used the lazy method!


This pattern uses UK crochet terms.

Omb Pocket Pattern:

With Opal Green Ch 21

Row 1 : DC in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across (20)

Row 2 : Ch 1, dc in each st across (20)

Row 3: Repeat R2, change to Turquoise in last st (20)

Row 4: Repeat Row 2 (20)

Row 5: Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 6: Repeat Row 2, change to Light Wash in last st (20)

Row 7 : Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 8 : Repeat row 2 (20)


Row 9 : Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 10: Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 11: Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 12: Repeat row 2, Change to White in last st (20)

Row 13: Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 14: Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 15: Repeat row 2 (20)

Row 16: Ch 1, DC2TOG twice, dc to last 4 st, DC2TOG twice (16)

Row 17: Repeat Row 16 (12)

Row 18: Repeat Row 16 (8)

Row 19: Repeat Row 2 (8)

Row 20: Ch 1, DC2TOG across (4)

Row 21: Ch 1, DC2TOG (2)

Row 22: Ch 1, DC2TOG (1)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Block: I blocked mine over the actual pocket just to ensure the shaping was correct

Sew or bond.. onto your existing pocket and rock your new look!

I hope you like this little pocket pattern, if you make one I’d love to see! Use the #bluemooncrochet and tag me on Insta!



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