Alamosa Crochet Hoodie Pattern – Mama In A Stitch

Today’s pattern is for a super easy, warm, and quick to make crochet headpiece! After making a hoodie knitted coat, many of you ordered something similar in crochet. If you want to relax in a warm hug all winter long, this is for you!

I happen to have a lot of bulky yarn (no surprise you’ll follow me), so if you’re like me, this is a great way to use some. bubble!

You can see the free Alamosa Hoodie crochet pattern below, or you can get an ad-free printable from Etsy HERE or the collection from Lion Brand HERE.

Very comfortable and cozy for a winter walk. 🙂

This crochet hoodie is in “Driftwood” which is a great neutral color that I’ve been enjoying for the past several months. It goes with everything, and it’s kind of a mix of gray and brown – gray in some way. But, you can make this with any color that suits your taste. And if you have a scrap knife, feel free to do some color blocking! Make all panels their own color, or create your own custom fonts. It is so much fun to make this your own.

This is definitely a cold weather jacket. It is very comfortable and warm due to the blend of yarn and wool. Named after the town of Alamosa in Colorado, it is extremely cold in the winter. You can use this if you live there. Ha!

Made entirely with beginner friendly stitches.

If you are sensitive to wool, you can dispense with any super bulky #6 yarn you like. One option would be Lion’s Hometown USA Super Bulky 100% acrylic yarn.

My favorite aspects of this jacket are the oversized hood and the convenient pockets. It’s as comfy and cozy as it gets!

How do I crochet a hoodie?

Easy crochet hoodie! There are many methods available, but I like to keep things as simple as possible for new crocheters. For this hoodie, you will crochet several rectangles, then sew them together. There are two front panels and one back panel as well as a rectangle for the cover. In my pattern, you will crochet the rectangle cover directly onto the cardigan once it is sewn together and assembled. You’ll also crochet sleeves and pockets, both with a lightweight design, so you’ll get a snug, comfortable fit. Too simple! Definitely give the model a read, and check the diagram to see how it fits together. I always like to look through a pattern to make sure I understand it before I jump in. 🙂

How do I print or buy a Crochet Hoodie set?

Of course, you can see the full free pattern below, but if you’d like a print on hand, you can purchase the formatted, ad-free, printable PDF from Etsy HERE.

Lion Brand has also made this into a set, and it’s available in so many color options! It’s an especially great deal when you can take advantage of one of their sales. This comes in a printable pattern as well as the yarn color of your choice.

Is this the easiest hoodie to crochet?

In my opinion, it doesn’t get much easier than this hoodie! The only part that might be a little confusing for beginners are the dips in the sleeves, however, and it’s a simple skill to learn – like really simple. I also designed a Chunky Sherpa coat that has a hood, which is also easy, but not quite as easy as this hoodie, simply because the yarn is more of a challenge to work with. And if you’re into knitting, don’t miss the other two hoodies here and here.

Well, let’s get into this pattern, shall we?!

Style Description: This super cute hoodie is warm and fashionable and it
A breeze to crochet! The oversized hood and convenient pockets make it perfect for dressing
During the cold winter days. Wear it with a crop top and high waisted jeans or any of your outfits
Go clothes. This hoodie is sure to upgrade any wardrobe!

skill level: easy +

US size 11.5mm crochet hook (or size up for correct scale)
8 (10, 11, 13) skeins of yarn Lion brand wool yarn thick and fast super voluminous #6 yarns in
Driftwood (140 g/strand and 87 yards per strand) Get the right set here
The pattern uses about 1100g (1315g, 1549g, 1802g) approx
needle texture
tape measure

Small, Medium, Large, XL

Please follow the key throughout the pattern according to the size you are sewing:
S (M, L, XL)

Bust circumference:
S – 40 inch
M – 44 inches
L – 48 inches
XL – 52 inches

S – 23 inch
M – 25 inches

L – 27 inch
XL – 29 inches

Shortcuts and skills:
Chapter – Series
sc – single crochet
u – stitch
SK – skip
Chapter st – chain stitch
sc flo – single crochet through front loop only
sc2tog flo – Single crochet two together with front loops only (drop)
BPsc – single crochet back
FPsc – Front Single Crochet

Approximately 7 stitches and 6 rows of 4″ x 4″ (sc flo) stitch pattern.

This hoodie is designed by knitting the back panel, two front panels, and sleeves.
Each panel crochets from one side to the other (that is, the initial chain for each of them is
The board extends the length of the board, from top to bottom). Then the panels are joined together
The sleeves are sewn on the jacket.

Alamosa Crochet Hoodie Pattern Instructions

back panel
Episode 39 (43, 49, 53)
grade 1 Sc in the 2nd st from the hook and in each ch st across the row. 38 (42, 48, 52)
Class 2 Ch 1, turn, sc flo on each street across the row.
Next, repeat Row 2 until the piece is about 20 inches (22 inches, 24 inches, 26 inches) wide. tie off
And weave in the ends. 2

front panel pattern (#2)
Episode 39 (43, 49, 53)
grade 1 Sc in the 2nd st from the hook and in each ch st across the row. 38 (42, 48, 52)
Class 2 Ch 1, turn, sc flo on each street across the row.
Next, repeat Row 2 until the piece is approximately (8″, 9″, 10″, 11″) about the width of the piece.
Repeat this pattern again to create a second front panel. Make sure that your two front
Matching plates. Fasten and weave at the ends.

Sleeve Style (2)
The starting chain is the widest end of the sleeve and you will crochet to the narrowest end of the cuff.
Chapter 27 (29, 31, 33)
grade 1 Sc in the 2nd st from the hook and in each ch st across the row. 26, (28, 30, 32)
Class 2 Ch 1, turn, sc flo on each street across the row.
grade 3 Repeat row 2.
grade 4 Ch 1, turn, sc2tog flo, sc across for the last two stitches, sc2tog flo. 24 (26, 28, 30)
Grade 5 – 8 Ch 1, turn, sc flo on each street across the row.
row 9 Ch 1, turn, sc2tog flo, sc float each st across the row to the last two stitches, sc2tog flo. 22
(24, 26, 28)
Next, repeat rows 5 through 9, in this order, until piece measures approximately 10″ (10″, 11″, 11″)
wide. Once it reaches the indicated width, continue knitting in rows, working row 2 until
Sleeve measures approximately 16″ (17″, 17″, 18″). Finish with a row of working the rib stitch
FPsc and BPsc via. (You can choose to make the sleeves longer or shorter depending on the needs of the yarn) Tie and weave the ends.

Pockets – make 2 (work from side to side like planks)
Ch 14 (all sizes)
Row 1 Sc in the second ch from the hook and in each ch across the row. (13)
Row 2 Ch1, in turn, sc in each st across the row.
Row 3 Ch 1, in turn, sc float each st across row, sc2tog.
Repeat rows 2 and 3, in this order, until the pocket is approximately 6.5 inches wide.
Fasten and weave at the ends.

Assembly and finishing
Lay the front panels over the back panel and stitch the sides, using whip stitch stitching.
Leave the openings for the arms and sleeves approximately 7″ (8″, 8.5″, 9″).
The seam at the shoulders. Fasten and weave at the ends.
Fold the sleeves and seam. Sew the sleeves to arm the cardigan openings with a simple whip stitch.
Place each pocket in the center of the front panels, about 1″ – 2″ above the bottom of the panel, with an edge along the top edge and the shortest edge along the outside of the front panels. Using whip stitch stitching, sew the pockets to the panels, leaving the top of the pockets open.

Pick up equal strands along the top of the collar measuring 25 inches with the center at the neck of the cardigan. See the diagram.
Crochet in rows using sc flo stitches until the piece is 12 inches long. tie off. Fold the hood and seam along the top with a simple whip stitch.

Enjoy your new comfortable headgear!

Other hoodies for making

Crochet Hooded Chunky Sherpa Coat

Tierra Stitchie Hoodie Knitting Pattern

knit hoodie pattern coat

Crochet Sweater Novelty Hoodie Pattern

I hope you guys had fun making this sweater, my friends!



This post is sponsored by Lion Brand Yarn. All opinions are 100% of my own.

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