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Totally Warm Crochet Jacket Pattern

Totally Warm Crochet Jacket Pattern

This new crochet pattern will be your new favorite piece of apparel, introducing the Totally Warm Crochet Jacket Pattern. You can wear this jacket by itself on a cool fall day or if it's not too cold during the winter. Layer this slightly sparkling sweater under and over other clothing and you're guaranteed to not feel the frost. It's an easy pattern that you can print out and start working up right now. Winter is coming, so what are you waiting for?

Easy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeWorking in rounds, 10 sts and 9 rows in pattern = 4 (10 cm). Working in rnds, 12 sts and 10 rows = 4 (10 cm). CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge given.

Sizing:

  • Directions are given for size Small. Changes for sizes Medium, Large, Extra Large and 2X Large are in parentheses.
    • To Fit Bust: 34 (38, 42, 46, 50)” (86.5 [96.5, 106.5, 117, 127] cm)
    • Finished Bust: 45 (49, 52, 56, 60)” (114.5 [124.5, 132, 142, 152.5] cm) in circumference (lapels to be folded back)

Materials:

  • RED HEART® Shimmer®: 6 (7, 8, 10, 11) balls - 1403 Pewter
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 6.5mm [US K-10½]
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch markers

 

Special Abbreviations
double crochet 2 together (dc2tog): [Yo, insert hook in next sc, yo, draw yarn through st, yo, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook] twice skipping dc between 2 sc, yo, draw yarn through 3 loops on hook.

 

Notes:

  1. Jacket is worked by creating a flat back (rows) and remaining body is worked in rounds, around back.
  2. All rounds are worked in a spiral method, so insert stitch markers in first st of each round, to keep an accurate row end location and count.
  3. Sleeves are worked directly on to body, in rounds, insert stitch marker in first st of each round to keep an accurate row end location and count.
  4. Adjust sleeve length by doing more or fewer repeats of Round 50.

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BACK

  1. Ch 42 (46, 50, 54, 58),
  2. Row 1 (right side): Sc in 4th ch from hook, *skip next ch, (dc, sc) in next ch; repeat from * across; turn—20 (22, 24, 26, 28) sc.
  3. Row 2-21: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), sc in first st, (dc, sc) in each sc across, turn. Do not turn at end of last row.


Shape Armholes

  1. Round 1: Ch 48, skip side edge of Back, working across opposite side of foundation ch, (dc, sc) in first ch (at base of [dc, sc in Row 1), *skip next ch, (dc, sc) in next ch; repeat from * across foundation ch, ch 48, skip side edge of Back, (dc, sc) in first sc of row 21, place marker in first sc. Work in a spiral. Move marker up as work progresses.


Body

  1. Round 2: (Dc, sc) in each sc across top edge, *working across sleeve ch, skip next ch, (dc, sc) in next ch; repeat from * across, (dc, sc) in each sc across bottom edge, **skip next ch, (dc, sc) in next ch; repeat from ** across, (dc, sc) in next sc—88 (92, 96, 100, 104) sc.
  2. Round 3-6: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  3. Round 7: *(Dc, sc) in each of next 8 sc, (dc, sc) in next dc; repeat from * around, (dc, sc) in each of last 0 (4, 0, 4, 0) sc—99 (103, 108, 112, 117) sc.
  4. Rounds 8-12: Repeat Round 3.
  5. Round 13: *(Dc, sc) in each of next 9 sc, (dc, sc) in next dc; repeat from * around, (dc, sc) in each of last 0 (4, 0, 4, 0) sc—110 (115, 120, 124, 130) sc.
  6. Rounds 14-18: Repeat Round 3.
  7. Round 19: *(Dc, sc) in each of next 10 sc, (dc, sc) in next dc; repeat from * around, (dc, sc) in each of last 0 (4, 0, 4, 0) sc—121 (126, 132, 136, 143) sc.
  8. Rounds 20-24: Repeat Round 3.
  9. Round 25: *(Dc, sc) in each of next 11 sc, (dc, sc) in next dc; repeat from * around, (dc, sc) in each of last 0 (5, 0, 5, 0) sc—132 (137, 144, 148, 156) sc.
  10. Rounds 26-30: Repeat Round 3.
  11. Round 31: *(Dc, sc) in each of next 12 sc, (dc, sc) in next dc; repeat from * around, (dc, sc) in each of last 0 (5, 0, 5, 0) sc—143 (148, 156, 160, 169) sc.
  12. Rounds 32: Repeat Round 3.


Size S only

  • Row 33: Sc in next sc, slip st in next dc. Fasten off.


Sizes M, L, XL and 2X only

  • Round 33-34: Repeat Round 3


Size M only

  • Row 35: Sc in next sc, slip st in next dc. Fasten off.


Sizes L, XL and 2X only

  • Rounds 32-35: Repeat Round 3.
  • Round 36: *(Dc, sc) in each of next 13 sc, (dc, sc) in next dc; repeat from * around, (dc, sc) in each of last 0 (5, 0) sc—162 (172, 176) sc.
  • Round 37: Repeat Round 3.


Size L only

  • Row 38: Sc in next sc, slip st in next dc. Fasten off.


Sizes XL and 2X only

  • Rounds 38-39: Repeat Round 3.


Size XL only

  • Row 40: Sc in next sc, slip st in next dc. Fasten off.


Sizes 2X only

  • Rounds 40-41:Repeat Round 3.
  • Row 42: Sc in next sc, slip st in next dc. Fasten off.
     

SLEEVES

  1. Round 1: With right side facing, join yarn with a slip st first row-end st on one side edge of back, work 18 (dc, sc) sts evenly across end of rows, (dc, sc) in bottom of ch loops that were used prior, slip st to top of first dc, insert stitch marker. 42 sc.
  2. Round 2-7: (dc, sc) in each sc around.
  3. Round 8: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 12 sc; repeat from * around—39 sc.
  4. Rounds 9-14: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  5. Round 15: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 11 sc; repeat from * around—36 sc.
  6. Rounds 16-20: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  7. Round 21: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 10 sc; repeat from * around—33 sc.
  8. Rounds 22-25: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  9. Round 26: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 9 sc; repeat from * around—30 sc.
  10. Rounds 27-29: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  11. Round 30: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 8 sc; repeat from * around—27 sc.
  12. Rounds 31-32: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  13. Round 33: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 7 sc; repeat from * around—24 sc.
  14. Round 34: (Dc, sc) in each sc around.
  15. Round 35: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 6 sc; repeat from * around—21 sc.
  16. Round 36: *Dc2tog over next 2 sc, sc in same st, (dc, sc) in each of next 5 sc; repeat from * around—18 sc.
  17. Rounds 37-50: (Dc, sc) in each sc around. Fasten off.

FINISHING

  1. Weave in ends. Block as needed.


ABBREVIATIONS

  • ch = chain
  • dc = double crochet
  • mm = millimeters
  • sc = single crochet
  • sl = slip;
  • sp(s) = space(s)
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • yo = yarn over needle
  • [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified
  • * or ** = repeat whatever follows the * or ** as indicated.

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I was reading over the reviews for this jacket patter I see that the first review as way back in 2015. This design is very similar to those "blanket jackets". My Grandmother would always tell me that everything old would be new again if you wait long enough. Does anyone else see the blanket sweater?

The pattern directions indicate that this pattern is easy. I beg to differ. Without any pictures or videos I would not consider this easy. With all of the options to make this in different sizes included it is bound to make even the most proficient a little confused. Neat crochet jacket though.

I was going to suggest a ribbed 2 o3 " cuff for warmth and buttons since they called it "totally warm"

I so tried this making this hoping the pattern was updated. It isn't.. I was doing great until the sleeves, wow what a mess! I have now toren it all out and will be looking for something different to make with my yarn. I just can't get the pattern for the sleeve part to work. After reading all of the other comments, I see I'm not the only one. It's a sham to try a project just to have it fail. Thanks anyways!

They no longer make the Red Heart Shimmer! I should know, I used to make my own "signature cowl" to sell and to give to special friends. I used that yarn exclusively. It was the best. So lovely and I got so very many compliments on it. I think there is a Soft Essentials now, but I am not sure if it's a worsted weight or not. I am thinking it is a chunky. I am loving the look of this shrug sweater!

Linda Dean from Red Heart, thanks so much for listening to our pleas for help with your jacket pattern. Seems we all ran into a snag at the same spot. Thanks for not leaving us all hanging with a partially finished project. Did anyone in this feed that commented they were having trouble finally finish their jacket?

Awesome jacket to crochet, for myself. The design and yarn used make it supremely elegant in appearance.

I'm just starting this, so to anyone who's already made this are the rows for the back supposed to curl/spiral/ruffle? Just want to make sure I'm doing this right. Thank you!

I agree directions for sleeve need further clarification.

Was zipping thru this pattern and as soon as I got to attaching yarn for first sleeve, came to a complete standstill! Could you please re-word the directions as to exactly WHERE you are supposed to attach the yarn?

This sweater look so so comfy! I agree it would be awesome to have a video to go along with this, I'm new to crocheting sweaters.

I tried to do this craft but was unable to figure out the armhole shaping. I asked other crafter's but was unsuccessful. I don't understand how to shape the armhole. Maybe a tutorial video would help.

I agree totally! Would love to make this but a video is much simpler to follow for a beginner. Hope to see one soon.

Hi Love to try this, have never crochet a garment. Would it be possible for someone to do a video as I find it easier to see something visual. Thanks

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