Women’s Houston Hoodie Crochet Pattern

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Welcome to the world of cozy chic with the Houston Hoodie crochet pattern! With its versatile design and customizable fit, the Houston Hoodie promises to be your go-to garment warmth, comfort, and timeless style!

2024 Update!

As of April 2024, this pattern has been completely updated and revamped! The original was worked in the round, from the top down, in joined rounds. It was cute, but it had a horrible traveling seam down the bottom. That seam haunted me from the day I published it! After many attempts to fix it, I could not figure out how to keep it from traveling diagonally along the back of the sweater.

In late 2023 I learned a new way of construction a crochet sweater, and I knew that was the way this hoodie needed to be constructed to get rid of that ugly seam!

Now, the garment is constructed flat and seamed together at the sides instead of the back! It’s super simple to do and looks so much better!

This hoodie design was originally created in 2016. I wanted a really nice and warm hoodie that I created myself. I made it slightly fitted to making it a bit more feminine, and gave it a cute hem trim as well.

The update features the same feminine look, but with a bit more of a boxy, oversized fit. It’s cozy and comfortable for cool days in the fall and winter!

Crochet Hoodie Construction

This crochet hoodie is worked completely flat. You’ll start with the front panel, then the sleeves, and then the back panel. You’ll then fold the entire thing in half and seam the sides and bottom of the sleeves.

The hood is worked flat as well and sewn on to the sweater.

This flat construction is easy to adjust by just adding length or more/less stitches, and is so simple to do! Everything is in rows!

The Yarn

A crochet hoodie needs to be warm and cozy, easy to wash, and comfortable! So, for this project I chose to use one of my favorite worsted weight (#4) yarns, Brava Worsted from WeCrochet! I used the colorway Cobblestone Heather to make my hoodie.

Brava is made of 100% premium acrylic and is a great choice for crochet garments. It can be machine washed and dried, and comes in a great variety of colors! It is sold at a really affordable price point also, and one skein has 218 yards.

Some other worsted (#4) weight yarns you could use for this project are:

Lion Brand Jeans – 100% Acrylic

Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran – 100% Acrylic

WeCrochet Mighty Stitch – 80% Acrylic/20% Superwash Wool

Model Specs

I am modeling a size medium hoodie. I am 5’3″ and have a 36″ bust.

You can purchase this crochet pattern on Ravelry and Etsy!

Grab the eBook with both adult and children’s sizes included!

Love this design? Check out the Children’s Houston Hoodie crochet pattern!

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