Easy Peasy Hooded Jacket

Easy Peasy Hooded Jacket – Simple single and double crochet stitches are used throughout this pattern, I have made it in a
variegated yarn, but it will look just as nice in solid colors.

A free crochet pattern that is an addition to my easy peasy range, it is written in USA and UK formats, just scroll down the page for the instruction.

Easy Peasy hooded jacket

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Made using a 4.00mm and light worsted #3 variegate yarn (Random Double Knitting yarn for UK crocheters)

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Easy Peasy Hooded Jacket USA

Pattern Number CNC180

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Abbreviations USA
WS.    Wrong Side

RS.     Right Side
ch.      Chain
sc.       Single Crochet
dc.      Double Crochet
rpt.     Repeat
sl st.   Slip Stitch
yo.      Yarn Over
Inc.     Increase

Dec.  Decrease
Pull up loop from each of next 2dc, yo and pull through all loops.

Base of ch. Work in first stitch

ch3 counts as first dc

Size to fit approx:  16 Inch Chest 0-3 Month Baby
Finished length from shoulder approx: 10.5 Inches
Sleeve length from under arm approx:  5 Inches

Materials
115 grams of James C Brett Marble DK Yarn in Color 1

20 grams of King Cole Big Value Baby DK Yarn in Color 2

An equivalent yarn would be a light worsted #3 variegate

4.00mm Clover crochet hook, 5 buttons

GAUGE – 5dc and 2.5 rows measures approx 1 Inch

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Easy Peasy Hooded Jacket

Made in one piece working from yoke downwards.

With color 1, ch57, (RS) 1dc in 4th ch from hook, 1dc in the next 6ch, (front) 3dc in next ch, 1dc in next 8ch, (shoulder) 3dc in next ch, 1dc in the next 19ch, (back) 3dc in next ch, 1dc in the next 8ch, (shoulder) 3dc in next ch, 1dc in the next 8ch. (front) Turn. (62dc + ch3) 

Row 2 – (Inc Row) ch3, * 1dc in each dc to 3dc group, 1dc in next dc, 3dc in centre dc on 3dc group, * rpt from * to * to last 3dc group, 1dc in next dc, 3dc in centre dc on 3dc group, 1dc in each dc to end, 1dc in top of ch3. (70dc + ch3) 

Continue increasing in the centre of the 3dc groups in the same way as the last row until 10 rows have been worked in all. (134dc + ch3)

Row 11 – (Divide for Armholes) ch3, 1dc in each of next 17dc, 2dc in next dc, skip 28dc (armhole) 2dc in next dc, 1dc in each of next 39dc, 2dc in next dc, skip 28dc (armhole) 2dc in next dc, 1dc in each of next 17dc, 1dc in top of ch3. Turn. (82dc + ch3)

Helpful Link:-   Dividing for Armholes Pictorial

Row 12 to 20 – ch3, 1dc in each dc to end, 1dc in top of ch3. Turn.

Fasten off at the end of Row 20.

Sleeves x 2 – Join color 1 to side of dc underarm, ch3, 1dc in each of next 28dc, 1dc in side of dc on opposite side of sleeve, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of row. Turn. (29dc + ch3)

Next Row – ch3, 1dc in each dc to end, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of row. Turn.

Rpt last row until 9 rows have been worked in all from yoke. Turn.

Fasten off.

Cuff – With WS facing join color 2, ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, 1sc in each dc to end, sl st to first sc on beginning of row. Turn. (30sc)

Decrease Row – ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, 1sc in each of next 2sc, * dec 1sc (see abbrev) over next 2sc, 1sc in each of next 3sc, * rpt from * to * to last 2sc, dec 1sc over next 2sc, sl st to first sc on the beginning of row. Turn. (24sc)

Starting with ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, work 1sc in each sc to the end, sl st to first sc on beginning of row. Turn.

Rpt last row once.

Fasten off.

Button/Buttonhole Bands – With RS facing, join color 1 to neck edge on right front, work 1sc in each of next 54ch around neck to last, sl st in ch, work 2 sl st loosely in each row end down front edge to corner, ch1, 1sc in each dc along bottom of jacket, sl st in top of ch3 on previous row, work 2 sl st loosely in each row end up front edge to corner, sl st in corner, sl st to first sl st on beginning of row. Turn.

Fasten off. Join in color 2.

Next Row – ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, 1sc in each sl st down first front edge to corner, 3sc in corner, 1sc in each sc along bottom of jacket, 3sc in corner, 1sc in each sl st up second front to neck edge. Turn.

Starting with ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, work 1 more row of 1sc in each sc down first front, along bottom of jacket and up second front, working 3sc in corners. Turn.

Buttonhole Row – ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, * ch2, skip 1sc, 1sc in next 9sc, * rpt from * to * three more times, ch2, skip 1sc, 1sc in next sc, 3sc in corner, 1sc in each sc along bottom of jacket, 3sc in corner, 1sc in each sc to neck edge. Turn.

Starting with ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, work 1 more row of 1sc in each sc and ch2 space around jacket fronts and bottom, working 3sc in the corners.

Fasten off.

Hood – With color 1, ch55 loosely, 1dc in 4th ch from hook, (RS) 1dc in each ch to end. Turn. (52dc + ch3)

Next Row – ch3, 1dc in each dc to end, dc in top of ch3. Turn.

Rpt last row until 12 rows have been worked from beginning.

Fasten off. Join in color 2.

Front Edge – ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, 1sc in each dc to end, 1sc in top of ch3. Turn.

Starting with ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, work 3 more rows in sc turning at the end of each row.

Fasten off.

With WS facing, fold hood in half width ways and with color 1 sl st or over sew with needle and yarn cast on edges together.

With RS facing join color 1 to neck edge on hood, starting with ch1, work 54sc evenly along to end. Turn.

Fasten off.

Attaching Hood to Jacket – Working on the WS and skipping the button/buttonhole bands on both sides, attach hood to jacket by over sewing with needle and yarn or sl st through back loop on jacket and front loop on hood.

Fasten off.

Helpful Link:-   Flat Slip Stitch Joining

Finishing – Close small gap under each arm, weave in any loose ends of yarn and trim off, attach the buttons to correspond with the buttonholes.

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Easy Peasy Hooded Jacket UK

Pattern Number CNC180

Abbreviations UK
WS.    Wrong Side

RS.     Right Side
ch.     Chain
dc.     Double Crochet
tr.      Treble Crochet
rpt.     Repeat
ss.      Slip Stitch
yrh.    Yarn Round Hook
Inc.    Increase

Dec.  Decrease
Pull up loop from each of next 2tr, yrh and pull through all loops.

Base of ch. Work into first stitch

3ch counts as first tr

Size to fit approx:  16 Inch Chest 0-3 Month Baby
Finished length from shoulder approx: 10.5 Inches
Sleeve length from under arm approx:  5 Inches

Materials
115 grams of James C Brett Marble DK Yarn in Colour 1

20 grams of King Cole Big Value Baby DK Yarn in Colour 2

4.00mm Clover crochet hook, 5 buttons

TENSION – 5tr and 2.5 rows measures approx 1 Inch

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Easy Peasy Hooded Jacket

Made in one piece working from yoke downwards.

With colour 1, make 57ch, (RS) 1tr into 4th ch from hook, 1tr into the next 6ch, (front) 3tr into next ch, 1tr into next 8ch, (shoulder) 3tr into next ch, 1tr into the next 19ch, (back) 3tr into next ch, 1tr into the next 8ch, (shoulder) 3tr into next ch, 1tr into the next 8ch. (front) Turn. (62tr + 3ch) 

Row 2 – (Inc Row) 3ch, * 1tr into each tr to 3tr group, 1tr into next tr, 3tr into centre tr on 3tr group, * rpt from * to * to last 3tr group, 1tr into next tr, 3tr into centre tr on 3tr group, 1tr into each tr to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. (70tr + 3ch) 

Continue increasing into the centre of the 3tr groups in the same way as the last row until 10 rows have been worked in all. (134tr + 3ch)

Row 11 – (Divide for Armholes) 3ch, 1tr into each of next 17tr, 2tr into next tr, miss 28tr (armhole) 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 39tr, 2tr into next tr, miss 28tr (armhole) 2tr into next tr, 1tr into each of next 17tr, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn. (82tr + 3ch)

Helpful Link:-   Dividing for Armholes Pictorial

Row 12 to 20 – 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, 1tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

Fasten off at the end of Row 20.

Sleeves x 2 – Join colour 1 to side of tr underarm, make 3ch, 1tr into each of next 28tr, 1tr into side of tr on opposite side of sleeve, ss to top of 3ch on beginning of row. Turn. (29tr + 3ch)

Next Row – 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, ss to the top of 3ch on the beginning of row. Turn.

Rpt last row until 9 rows have been worked in all from yoke. Turn.

Fasten off.

Cuff – With WS facing join colour 2, make 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each tr to end, ss to first dc on beginning of row. Turn. (30dc)

Decrease Row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each of next 2dc, * dec 1dc (see abbrev) over next 2dc, 1dc into each of next 3dc, * rpt from * to * to last 2dc, dec 1dc over next 2dc, ss to first dc on beginning of row. Turn. (24dc)

Starting with 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 1dc into each dc to end, ss to first dc on beginning of row. Turn.

Rpt last row once.

Fasten off.

Button/Buttonhole Bands – With RS facing, join colour 1 to neck edge on right front, work 1dc into each of next 54ch around neck to last, ss into ch, work 2ss loosely into each row end down front edge to corner, 1ch, 1dc into each tr along bottom of jacket, ss into top of 3ch on previous row, worl 2ss loosely into each row end up front edge to corner, ss into corner, ss to first ss on beginning of row. Turn.

Fasten off. Join in colour 2.

Next Row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each ss down first front edge to corner, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each dc along bottom of jacket, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each ss up second front to neck edge. Turn.

Starting with 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 1 more row of 1dc into each dc down first front, along bottom of jacket and up second front, working 3dc into corners. Turn.

Buttonhole Row – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, * make 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc in next 9dc, * rpt from * to * three more times, make 2ch, miss 1dc, 1dc into next dc, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each dc along bottom of jacket, 3dc into corner, 1dc into each dc to neck edge. Turn.

Starting with 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 1 more row of 1dc into each dc and 2ch space around jacket fronts and bottom, working 3dc into the corners.

Fasten off.

Hood – With colour 1, make 55ch loosely, 1tr into 4th ch from hook, (RS) 1tr into each ch to end. Turn. (52tr + 3ch)

Next Row – 3ch, 1tr into each tr to end, tr into top of 3ch. Turn.

Rpt last row until 12 rows have been worked from beginning.

Fasten off. Join in colour 2.

Front Edge – 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, 1dc into each tr to end, 1dc into top of 3ch. Turn.

Starting with 1ch, 1dc into base of 1ch, work 3 more rows in dc stitch turning at the end of each row.

Fasten off.

With WS facing, fold hood in half width ways and with colour 1 ss or over sew with needle and yarn cast on edges together.

With RS facing join colour 1 to neck edge on hood, starting with 1ch, work 54dc evenly along to end. Turn.

Fasten off.

Attaching Hood to Jacket – Working on the WS and missing the button/buttonhole bands on both sides, attach hood to jacket by over sewing with needle and yarn or ss through back loop on jacket and front loop on hood.

Fasten off.

Helpful Link:-   Flat Slip Stitch Joining

Finishing – Close small gap under each arm, weave in any loose ends of yarn and trim off, attach the buttons to correspond with the buttonholes.

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