Sherpa Coat Crochet Pattern – Mama In A Stitch

Introducing a free crochet pattern for my Sherpa coat! This is an easy style that results in a warm and cuddly Sherpa coat. The wrap is made entirely from a basic single crochet stitch, and there is very little shaping, making it relatively simple. You can check out the free pattern below, or you can choose to purchase the ad-free, printable pattern from Etsy HERE or the set (available in many colors) from Lion Brand Yarn HERE. And if you like this coat, you may also like My Sherpa Bucket Hat Crochet Pattern here!

If you are looking for a warm, luxurious and luxurious sweater for fall and winter, this might be it! I am very happy with this new thread and I want to make all things with it now.

Immediately, there are always questions about whether or not you can see the stitches with threads like this. I was curious about how Sherpa Fleece yarn works, too! As you can imagine, you certainly can’t see the stitches. It’s similar when you’re working with faux fur (like my coat or jacket).

When you work with thread like this, you will feel the stitches instead of really seeing the stitches. For this reason, I do not recommend this pattern for beginners. However, if you’re good with a few different crochet stitches, you can grab this yarn and with a little practice, it’s super easy. If you’re looking for some tips, here’s a video tutorial from B Hooked that gives you some useful information for working with yarns like this one. I didn’t actually have to exercise much at all. It crochets just as fast for me as any other yarn!

First, you’ll get the right yarn. This Lion Brand Yarn Sherpa fleece is perfect, and it works fast because it’s listed as “jumbo.” Choose the color you like, and go! I love this yarn because it didn’t shed for me at all. Not even a little.

Once you have your yarn, be sure to get a good hook (size Q) for this pattern. This is a large hook that works well with yarn.

Next, you’ll want to start patterning! It’s cool because the wrap is made with basic shapes that are stitched together from end to end. Since the stitches are a bit hard to see, it really helps to crochet with basic rectangles for this pattern. There are only some light patterns on the sleeves (round crochet) and pockets (flat crochet).

You’ll start by sewing the front panel, back panel, two sleeves, two pockets, plus a flap (optional). Once you have all of your rectangles, you will stitch them together to the end. Yay!

Are you ready to dive into this lively marvel? here we are!

Look at the free full pattern below, or you can purchase the ad-free, printable version on Etsy here.

Chunky crochet coat from Sherpa

Describe: Get ready for a snuggle in this cozy and chunky Sherpa fleece coat!
Using jumbo yarns and a large hook, they work quickly and easily with just the use of
Single crochet stitches. Slanted pockets and optional roomy hood,
It is perfect for both fall and winter seasons. This super soft coat will be the new one
Wardrobe staple and yarn does not shed.

Material:
US size Q, crochet hook 15mm
5 (7, 7, 9, 10, 12) Lion Go For Fleece Sherpa Brand Yarn #7 Jumbo Yarn In
Pearl Gray 184g and 89yards per hair strand (set includes strands here)
The pattern uses about 850 grams (1057, 1287, 1539, 1814, 2111)
scissors
stitch marks
needle texture
tape measure

Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2X, 3X

Scale: Approximately 5 rows and 4 rows by 4″ x 4″ adjust the tension or hook
Sizing to get the correct scale as needed.

Please follow the key throughout the pattern according to the size you are
knitting: Small (M, L, XL, 2X, 3X)

The coat has a bit of a positive ease. The model wears a size Small and has a bust of 32 inches.

Final Measurements Bust Circumference (Approx):
S – 36 inches
M – 40 inches
L – 44 inch
XL – 48 inches
2X – 52 inch
3X – 56”

Length (approximate):
S – 25 inch
M – 28 inches
L – 31 inch
XL – 34 inches
2X – 37 inches
3X – 40”

Sleeve Length:
S – 17 inch
M – 17 inches
L – 17.5 inches
XL – 18 inches
2X – 18.5 inch
3X – 18.5”

Sleeve width at pressing (approximate width at widest point):
S – 8″
M – 8.5 “
L – 9 inch
XL – 9.5 inch
2X – 10″
3X – 10.5”

Shortcuts and skills:
Chapter – Series
sc – single crochet
sc2tog – Single crochet 2 stitches together (decrease)
u – stitch
sts – stitches
* You must know how to crochet in the round and how to mark your rounds.

Style notes: This coat is crocheted by making one rectangular panel for
In the back, two rectangular panels for the front, a folded rectangle and
Solder for cover. There is no molding on the panels and only the light is molded
Sleeves and pockets. Crochet sleeves in the round. panels
Soldered together to the end. Due to the nature of Sherpa yarn, it won’t be
Able to see individual stitches. As you crochet, you will feel the stitch
Instead of looking for where to work the next stitch. Consider practicing a
Swatch before you start to avoid some frustration. Because you won’t be able to
Look at your stitches, I suggest leaving the ends out so your coat ends at once
No adjustments must be made. Weave in your end after assembly. Enjoy!

back panel (make 1)
* The number of stitches remains the same throughout the pattern
Series 26 (29, 32, 35, 38, 41)
Row 1 Sc on each street across the row. 25 (28, 31, 34, 37, 40) old
Row 2 Ch 1, in turn, sc in each st across the row.
Repeat Row 2 until the board measures about 25 inches (28 inches, 31 inches, 34 inches, 37 inches, 40 inches)
tie off.

front panel (No. 2)
* The number of stitches remains the same throughout the pattern
Series 12 (13, 15, 16, 18, 19)
Row 1 Sc on each street across the row. 11 (12, 14, 15, 17, 18) sts
Row 2 Ch 1, in turn, sc in each st across the row.
Repeat Row 2 until the board measures approximately 25″ (28″, 31″, 34″, 37″, 40″) and
It is the same length as the back panel. tie off. Repeat the pattern for a total of 2
front panels.

Sleeves (2)
* Round crochet sleeves

* Mark each round.

* Sleeves are sewn separately and pinned to the sleeve during assembly. if
If you are experienced, you can crochet the sleeves directly on the coat.

* If you have twisting challenges when joining the tour, you can work
Round 1 as a row (keep the number of stitches from Round 1), then join crochet
The rest of the km in the round.

Chain 24 (25, 26, 27, 28, 29) joins the crochet in the round.
Round 1 Sc in every street around. 24 (25, 26, 27, 28, 29)
Repeat the second round the first round.
Round 3 Sc2tog, sc in every street around. 23 (24, 25, 26, 27, 28)

Repeat rounds 1-3, in this order until sleeve is approximately 17 inches (17 inches, 17.5 inches, 18 inches)
18.5″, 18.5″) or required length. The number of stitches will decrease by one stitch every third
Row. Count the stitches to make sure the tapering is correct.

Once the sleeve reaches the specified length, you can adjust the width
Sleeves at the wrist. If you like a tighter fit, just make a few cuts (sc2tog)
before completion. Finally, skip stitches, slip stitches to the next stitch, and knit
ends.

Repeat this pattern for the second sleeve.

hood (optional)

Series 30 all sizes
Row 1 Sc on each street across the row. 29 BC
Rows 2 Ch 1, in turn, sc in each st across the row.
Repeat Row 2 until the board is approximately 14 inches (all sizes).
tie off. (You will fold the cap and seam during assembly)

pockets (2)
* The pockets are crocheted from side to side. The edge of the decrease is the top of the pocket.

Ch 11 (all sizes)
Row 1 Sc on every street across. (10 stats)
Row 2 Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st across (9 sts)
Row 3 Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across.
Row 4 Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st across (8sts)
Row 5 Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across.
Row 6 Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st across (7 sts)
Row 7 Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across.
Row 8 Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st across (6 sts)
Row 9 Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across.
Repeat row 9, 1 (1, 2, 2) more times.
tie off.

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Place two front panels directly on top of the back panel, aligning the outside edges and
Leave room in the middle for the head and neck.

Using a simple whip stitch, sew the shoulders along the top of each side.
Sew the sleeves onto the cardigan using a simple whip stitch or your preferred method.
Sew both sides of the jacket with a simple whip stitch. Place the pockets on the bottom, center of each front panel as shown, trim the hem at the top and the edge of the original chainring next to the front opening of the cardigan. Sew to the board with a whip stitch, leaving the top of the pocket open.

Large hood (optional)

Fold the hood in half crosswise and close the top seam. Put the hood along
Top, middle of the coat. The hood opening should be at the front of the hood
Coat. Pin the cover in place if necessary to sew evenly over the cover.
Sew the hood evenly, working along the top of both sides
Panels and neck area of ​​back panel.

Neck / Collar

Attach the yarn to the bottom inner corner of the front panel. Single crochet along the inside
Front panel edge, top and around the neck, hood (if you make one), and bottom up
On the other side. You can crochet as many rows as you want
The collar/neckline is as wide or narrow as desired. The wide collar/neckline is super comfy!
The coat pictured has three rows of stitches. Fasten and weave at the ends.

enjoy yOur new comfy coat!

I wish you guys a great fall and winter in crochet jackets and coats!! I’d love to see your Sherpa coat on Instagram, just tag @mamainastitch #mamainastitch.

XO,

Jessica

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

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