EASY! Boho Festival Crochet Hoodie

A stylish and warm Bohemian crochet hoodie with beautiful, earthy tones and super-soft texture.

Perfect for those chilly walks, days out or evenings around the campfire.

This Boho festival crochet hoodie pattern is unisex and looks great in stripes, block, yarn cakes and marble colours.

The jacket features ribbed edging, oversized hood and longline length

Smock top, Crochet jacket, crochet cardigan, Vintage top, Crochet pattern, Crochet Girls jacket, Crochet womens jacket, Crochet sweater

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Brand: Peanut and Plum

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The Annabelle smock top is a timeless, stylish jacket that can be both casual and formal.

The smock edging adds a gorgeous, frilly, vintage touch to this jacket that goes perfectly with many styles.

Features - V neckline, 3/4 sleeve, Smock bottom, vintage style, faux Antique buttons

Pattern written in US terms using a 6mm hook

Finished sizes - circumference in inches

1/2yrs 23”

3/4yrs 25”

5/6yrs 26”

7/8yrs 28”

9/10yrs 29”

11/13yrs 30”

X Small 31.5”

Small 34.5 “

Medium 37.5”

Med/large 41”

Large 44”

XLarge 47.5”

XXLarge 51”

XXXLarge 55”

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I have created a full follow along video tutorial to help you complete your jacket, the video was made for a size medium but you can follow along in any size!

You can follow along with my video tutorial here

I have been experimenting with yarn cakes recently, the way you can have a beautiful colour changing flow without having to change yarns every row appeals to the Sunday crocheter in me.

While I was hunting for the perfect colour mix, I stumble across this yarn James C Brett Marble Chunky, I was not disappointed! Sooo many colour ranges to choose from you WILL want a project for every colour!!

Boho Festival crochet hoodie

The Bohemian Festival Hoodie is born

It was the perfect find for the jacket I had been envisioning for my little plum to wear to all the children's Festivals we have planned this year.

available in 200g balls and a range of tones but best of all it is sooo cost-effective. The yardage per ball for a chunky yarn is phenomenal for the price. It worked up super quick and has a soft, close stitch that has a knit quality and beautiful stitch definition.

I try to make my patterns as easy to follow as possible, thinking of all the beginners out there eager to get their teeth into a project who may get over whelmed with technical patterns (I have been there) and stitch overload.

The Boho crochet hoodie is made in one piece bottom to top. we then add the hood and sleeves, finish off with some super easy edging and...voila!

It makes following a pattern so much easier, You might even find yourself working on your own pattern after you master this technique.

No more getting half way through your project then finding something has gone a bit sideways you wont get lost with this pattern.

Pattern is written in US terms.

The earthy tones have a real  Eco/Bohemian feel to it and is exactly the look I was going for.

We were out at the park and Alice was sporting her new jacket, I was asked by 3 people where I had bought it - proud Mummy moment!

Boho Festival Hoodie

Gauge:  Gauge for all sizes -
Gauge: 12 HDC and 10 rows = 4” Square
Gauge: 12 HDC and 10 rows = 4” Square

The circumference is measured in inches" at the widest part of jacket.
This jacket is oversized to be worn over clothing with a loose fit, I am a size 10/12 and I am wearing a size Medium in pictures
If you prefer a fitted jacket, I suggest choosing 1 size down from your usual size

If you would like to see a tutorial for the stitches used in this pattern, here are some videos for the hdc2tog, fphdc and bphdc.

Why have I used a 6.5mm hook? You ask?!

I have designed this Boho Festival Hoody to be oversized, boxy and loose fitting. I have used a 6.5mm hook which is bigger than the suggest hook for this yarn (6mm). I have used a bigger hook as it gives the jacket more stretch and makes it more breathable and less stiff.

Finding the right yarn

James C Brett marble chunky comes in a real bounty of shade options and gorgeous colourways.

You can find it sourced in most yarn stores. I have given you my go to stores for buying my materials, I use all 3 depending on deals, shipping times (sometimes I JUST NEED to have it the next day) and availability.

For this pattern have used colour MC45

James C Brett marble chunky yarn
James C Brett yarn
James C brett marble chunky

I don't use any super expensive hooks, this handy kit was such a steal and I use it for all of my projects,

It has all of the most used hook sizes with ergonomic handles - no more cramps! Plenty of markers, measuring tape, multiple yarn needles and a even a row counter.

This all comes in a neat little case no bigger than a pencil case, which is perfect for my handbag as I always have a little WIP in my bag just in case.

The circumference is measured in inches" at the widest part of jacket. This jacket is oversized to be worn over clothing with a loose fit, it is approximately 2" larger than a regular fitted jacket.

If you prefer a fitted jacket, I suggest choosing 1 size down from your usual size

12/18 Months 21" - 475 yards

2/3 Years 25" - 625 yards

4/5 Years 27" - 825 yards

6/8 Years 31" - 910 yards

10/12 Years 35" - 1100 yards

X small 39" - 1364 yards

Small 45" - 1370 yards

Medium 48" - 1548 yards

Medium/Large 52" - 1550 yards

Large 54" - 1605 yards

XLarge 59" - 1800 yards

XXLarge 60" - 2184 yards

XXXLarge 62" - 2300 yards

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Happy crocheting!

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