The Brooks Hoodie

Hey guys! This design was something I came up with to wear to an outdoor concert in the middle of October. Although, I didn’t get to wear this hoodie to the concert, I still am so glad I made it and have it to wear to other events. This thing is heavy and warm and exactly what I needed for a 55 degree day, like it was supposed to be, but instead, it turned into a 40 degree day with rain and maybe even a little snow. Unfortunately, this hoodie would not have been enough to keep me comfortable in those conditions. This is, of course, how life seems to work!

I find this thing perfect for running errands in and even sitting around a bonfire in. I seriously love it! Its much warmer than your standard hoodie but definitely not waterproof! I may still be a little bitter that I couldn’t wear it for the concert..

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this pattern and hoodie. It definitely took me some time and a lot of frogging and remaking to get this guy to publish and even though it frustrated me some days, I’m so happy with the outcome!

Materials:

10mm crochet hook

4-5 balls of I Love This Chunky in Heathered Charcoal

3-4 balls of I Love This Chunky in Cool Black

Yarn needle

Stitch markers

Gauge:

5in is 9 sts for 12 rows

Sizing:

S(M,L,XL)

S- Chest: 17″, Length: 23”, Arm length: 21″

M- Chest: 18″, Length 23″, Arm length: 21″

L- Chest: 20″ Length 24″, Arm length: 21″

XL- Chest: 21″ Length 24″, Arm length: 21″

Pattern: S

CH 33

Row 1-33: Sc across, ch 1, turn. (32)

Row 34: sc 12, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (13)

Row 35: sc2tog, sc 11, ch 1, turn. (12)

Row 36: sc10, sc2tog, ch 1, turn.(11)

Row 37-39: sc across, ch 1, turn.(11)

Row 40: sc 10, 2 sc in last st, ch 1, turn. (12)

Row 41: 2 sc in first, sc 11, ch 1, turn. (13)

Row 42: sc 12, 2sc in last. (14) finish off

Going back to row 34, sk 4 sts from your first sc and attach yarn to begin other side of collar.

Row 34: sc2tog, sc 12, ch 1, turn. (13)

Row 35: sc 11, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (12)

Row 36: sc2tog, sc 10, ch 1, turn. (11)

Row 37-39: sc across, ch1, turn (11)

Row 40: 2 sc in first, sc 10, ch1, turn. (12)

Row 41: sc 11, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn. (13)

Row 42: 2 sc in first, sc 12, ch 1, turn. (14)

Row 43: sc 14, ch 4, attach to first sc, sc 14, ch 1, turn. (32)

Row 44-76: sc across, ch 1, turn. (33)

*Arms* (This is worked in flat pieces and sewn together to create the charcoal part of the arm)

Fold your piece in half so the collars line up and the bottoms are even with each other. Starting at the bottom, sew up the sides leaving an 11.5″ gap for your armholes. Attach your Charcoal yarn to the seam of your armhole.

Complete this pattern for both arms!

Row 1: sc 15, sc2tog, sc 14, ch 1, turn. (30) This may seem weird but I did it this way to prevent the squared off look at the shoulder.

Row 2-3: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 4: sc2tog, sc 28, ch 1, turn. (29)

Row 5-6: sc across, ch 1, turn. (29)

Row 7: sc 27, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 8-9: sc across, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 10: sc2tog, sc 24, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 11-12: sc across, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 13: sc2tog, sc 22, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (24)

Row 14-15: sc across, ch 1, turn. (24)

Row 16: sc2tog, sc 20, sc2tog, ch1, turn. (22)

Row 17-18: sc across, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 19: sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 20-21: sc across, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 22: sc2tog, sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 23: sc across, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 24: sc across. (18) finish off

Turn sleeves inside out and sew together to armpit. Turn back right side out when you’re finished.

Attach your black yarn to the first sc to the left of your seam.

This part of your sleeve is worked by joining with a sl st your last sc to your first sc in the beginning of each row, you will then ch 1 and begin your next row in the same st as your join.

Row 1: sc 16, sc2tog, join. (17)

Row 2: ch 1, sc around, join. (17)

Row 3-4: ch 1, sc across, join. (17)

Row 5: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 15, join. (16)

Row 6-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (16)

Row 13: ch 1, sc 14, sc2tog, join. (15)

Row 14-19: ch 1, sc around, join. (15)

Row 20: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 13, join. (14)

Row 21-26: ch 1, sc around, join. (14) finish off after row 26

*Black Bottom*

Attach Black yarn to the bottom of your sweat on one of the seams. This is also worked in the round so you will be working this with a sl st to join and a ch 1 at the beginning of each row like you did with the black part of the sleeves.

Row 1: ch 1, (sc in 2 sts, sc2tog) 16 times, join. (48)

Row 2: ch 1, (sc in 6 sts, sc2tog) 6 times, join. (42)

Row 3-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (42) finish off after row 12.

*Collar and Hood*

Attach your black yarn at the right shoulder.

Row 1: sc in each st around, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 2: (sc 1, 2sc in next) 19 times, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 3: sc 13, 2 sc in next 2 sts, sc 13, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 4-27: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 28: sc across. (30) finish off

Turn the hood so that its inside out and sew the hood closed at the top, starting from the edge of the hood and working towards the back (tip) of the hood. I noticed the tip of mine wanted to come to a point so I made sure to add and extra st when done sewing and pull it tight so that it wouldn’t point as badly.

*Pocket*

I connected my black straight on to the front of the hoodie so I didn’t have to sew it on later. Starting at the seam of your front and back panel, count 7 sts towards the center and place a marker. Do this on both sides. The bottom of your pocket will start 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Attach your black on the right st marker (when looking at your hoodie) 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Row 1-4: sc in the 22 sts in between the st markers, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 5: Sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 6: sc2tog, sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 7: sc2tog, sc 14, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (16)

Row 8-12: sc in each st across, ch 1, turn (16) finish off after row 12.

To sew the top and bottom sides of your pocket on, count 12 rows up on the charcoal from where your pocket starts and place a market in the charcoal. To make sure your pocket is in the center, count from the seam, 9 sts and place a marker. This marker should be the same row as your first marker. Do this on both sides. You can now remove your first sts marker to show your 12 rows up and sew your pocket on from one st marker to the other. Now, go sew on the bottom sides on, this should be rows 1-4 of your pocket.

Pattern M:

CH 35

Row 1-33: Sc across, ch 1, turn. (34)

Collar-

Row 34: sc 13, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (14)

Row 35: sc2tog, sc 12, ch 1, turn. (13)

Row 36: sc11, sc2tog, ch 1, turn.(12)

Row 37-39: sc across, ch 1, turn.(12)

Row 40: sc 11, 2 sc in last st, ch 1, turn. (13)

Row 41: 2 sc in first, sc 12, ch 1, turn. (14)

Row 42: sc 13, 2sc in last. (15) finish off

Going back to row 34, sk 4 sts from your first sc and attach yarn to begin other side of collar.

Row 34: sc2tog, sc 13, ch 1, turn. (14)

Row 35: sc 12, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (13)

Row 36: sc2tog, sc 11, ch 1, turn. (12)

Row 37-39: sc across, ch1, turn (12)

Row 40: 2 sc in first, sc 11, ch1, turn. (13)

Row 41: sc 12, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn. (14)

Row 42: 2 sc in first, sc 13, ch 1, turn. (15)

Row 43: sc 15, ch 4, attach to first sc, sc 15, ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 44-76: sc across, ch 1, turn. (34)

*Arms* (This is worked in flat pieces and sewn together to create the charcoal part of the arm)

Fold your piece in half so the collars line up and the bottoms are even with each other. Starting at the bottom, sew up the sides leaving an 11.5″ gap for your armholes. Attach your Charcoal yarn to the seam of your armhole.

Complete this pattern for both arms!

Row 1: sc 15, sc2tog, sc 14, ch 1, turn. (30) This may seem weird but I did it this way to prevent the squared off look at the shoulder.

Row 2-3: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 4: sc2tog, sc 28, ch 1, turn. (29)

Row 5-6: sc across, ch 1, turn. (29)

Row 7: sc 27, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 8-9: sc across, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 10: sc2tog, sc 24, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 11-12: sc across, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 13: sc2tog, sc 22, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (24)

Row 14-15: sc across, ch 1, turn. (24)

Row 16: sc2tog, sc 20, sc2tog, ch1, turn. (22)

Row 17-18: sc across, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 19: sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 20-21: sc across, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 22: sc2tog, sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 23: sc across, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 24: sc across. (18) finish off

Turn sleeves inside out and sew together to armpit. Turn back right side out when you’re finished.

Attach your black yarn to the first sc to the left of your seam.

This part of your sleeve is worked by joining with a sl st your last sc to your first sc in the beginning of each row, you will then ch 1 and begin your next row in the same st as your join.

Row 1: sc 16, sc2tog, join. (17)

Row 2: ch 1, sc around, join. (17)

Row 3-4: ch 1, sc across, join. (17)

Row 5: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 15, join. (16)

Row 6-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (16)

Row 13: ch 1, sc 14, sc2tog, join. (15)

Row 14-19: ch 1, sc around, join. (15)

Row 20: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 13, join. (14)

Row 21-26: ch 1, sc around, join. (14) finish off after row 26

*Black Bottom*

Attach Black yarn to the bottom of your sweat on one of the seams. This is also worked in the round so you will be working this with a sl st to join and a ch 1 at the beginning of each row like you did with the black part of the sleeves.

Row 1: ch 1, (sc in 2 sts, sc2tog) 16 times, join. (50) This row will end with sc in 2 sts.

Row 2: ch 1, (sc in 6 sts, sc2tog) 6 times, join. (44) This row will end with sc in 2 sts

Row 3-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (44) finish off after row 12.

*Collar and Hood*

Attach your black yarn at the right shoulder.

Row 1: sc in each st around, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 2: (sc 1, 2sc in next) 19 times, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 3: sc 13, 2 sc in next 2 sts, sc 13, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 4-27: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 28: sc across. (30) finish off

Turn the hood so that its inside out and sew the hood closed at the top, starting from the edge of the hood and working towards the back (tip) of the hood. I noticed the tip of mine wanted to come to a point so I made sure to add and extra st when done sewing and pull it tight so that it wouldn’t point as badly.

*Pocket*

I connected my black straight on to the front of the hoodie so I didn’t have to sew it on later. Starting at the seam of your front and back panel, count 8 sts towards the center and place a marker. Do this on both sides. The bottom of your pocket will start 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Attach your black on the right st marker (when looking at your hoodie) 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Row 1-4: sc in the 22 sts in between the st markers, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 5: Sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 6: sc2tog, sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 7: sc2tog, sc 14, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (16)

Row 8-12: sc in each st across, ch 1, turn (16) finish off after row 12.

To sew the top and bottom sides of your pocket on, count 12 rows up on the charcoal from where your pocket starts and place a market in the charcoal. To make sure your pocket is in the center, count from the seam, 10 sts and place a marker. This marker should be the same row as your first marker. Do this on both sides. You can now remove your first sts marker to show your 12 rows up and sew your pocket on from one st marker to the other. Now, go sew on the bottom sides on, this should be rows 1-4 of your pocket.

Pattern L:

CH 39

Row 1-37: Sc across, ch 1, turn. (38)

Collar-

Row 38: sc 17, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 39: sc2tog, sc 16, ch 1, turn. (17)

Row 40: sc 15, sc2tog, ch 1, turn.(16)

Row 41-43: sc across, ch 1, turn.(16)

Row 44: sc 15, 2 sc in last st, ch 1, turn. (17)

Row 45: 2 sc in first, sc 16, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 46: sc 17, 2sc in last. (19) finish off

Going back to row 38, sk 4 sts from your first sc and attach yarn to begin other side of collar.

Row 38: sc2tog, sc 17, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 39: sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (17)

Row 40: sc2tog, sc 15, ch 1, turn. (16)

Row 41-43: sc across, ch 1, turn (16)

Row 44: 2 sc in first, sc 15, ch1, turn. (17)

Row 45: sc 16, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn. (18)

Row 46: 2 sc in first, sc 17, ch 1, turn. (19)

Row 47: sc 19, ch 4, attach to first sc, sc 19, ch 1, turn. (38)

Row 48-85: sc across, ch 1, turn. (38)

*Arms* (This is worked in flat pieces and sewn together to create the charcoal part of the arm)

Fold your piece in half so the collars line up and the bottoms are even with each other. Starting at the bottom, sew up the sides leaving an 12.5″ gap for your armholes. Attach your Charcoal yarn to the seam of your armhole.

Complete this pattern for both arms!

Row 1: sc 16, sc2tog, sc 15, ch 1, turn. (32) This may seem weird but I did it this way to prevent the squared off look at the shoulder.

Row 2-3: sc across, ch 1, turn. (32)

Row 4: sc2tog, sc 30, ch 1, turn. (31)

Row 5-6: sc across, ch 1, turn. (31)

Row 7: sc 29, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 8-9: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 10: sc2tog, sc 26, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 11-12: sc across, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 13: sc2tog, sc 24, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 14-15: sc across, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 16: sc2tog, sc 22, sc2tog, ch1, turn. (24)

Row 17-18: sc across, ch 1, turn. (24)

Row 19: sc2tog, sc 20, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 20-21: sc across, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 22: sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 23: sc across, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 24: sc across. (20) finish off

Turn sleeves inside out and sew together to armpit. Turn back right side out when you’re finished.

Attach your black yarn to the first sc to the left of your seam.

This part of your sleeve is worked by joining with a sl st your last sc to your first sc in the beginning of each row, you will then ch 1 and begin your next row in the same st as your join.

Row 1: sc 18, sc2tog, join. (19)

Row 2: ch 1, sc around, join. (19)

Row 3-4: ch 1, sc across, join. (19)

Row 5: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 17, join. (18)

Row 6-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (18)

Row 13: ch 1, sc 16, sc2tog, join. (17)

Row 14-19: ch 1, sc around, join. (17)

Row 20: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 15, join. (16)

Row 21-26: ch 1, sc around, join. (16) finish off after row 26

*Black Bottom*

Attach Black yarn to the bottom of your sweat on one of the seams. This is also worked in the round so you will be working this with a sl st to join and a ch 1 at the beginning of each row like you did with the black part of the sleeves.

Row 1: ch 1, (sc in 2 sts, sc2tog) 17 times, join. (54) This row will end with sc in 2 sts.

Row 2: ch 1, (sc in 6 sts, sc2tog) 7 times, join. (48) This row will end with sc in 2 sts

Row 3-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (48) finish off after row 12.

*Collar and Hood*

Attach your black yarn at the right shoulder.

Row 1: sc in each st around, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 2: (sc 1, 2sc in next) 19 times, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 3: sc 13, 2 sc in next 2 sts, sc 13, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 4-27: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 28: sc across. (30) finish off

Turn the hood so that its inside out and sew the hood closed at the top, starting from the edge of the hood and working towards the back (tip) of the hood. I noticed the tip of mine wanted to come to a point so I made sure to add and extra st when done sewing and pull it tight so that it wouldn’t point as badly.

*Pocket*

I connected my black straight on to the front of the hoodie so I didn’t have to sew it on later. Starting at the seam of your front and back panel, count 10 sts towards the center and place a marker. Do this on both sides. The bottom of your pocket will start 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Attach your black on the right st marker (when looking at your hoodie) 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Row 1-4: sc in the 22 sts in between the st markers, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 5: Sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 6: sc2tog, sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 7: sc2tog, sc 14, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (16)

Row 8-12: sc in each st across, ch 1, turn (16) finish off after row 12.

To sew the top and bottom sides of your pocket on, count 12 rows up on the charcoal from where your pocket starts and place a market in the charcoal. To make sure your pocket is in the center, count from the seam, 12 sts and place a marker. This marker should be the same row as your first marker. Do this on both sides. You can now remove your first sts marker to show your 12 rows up and sew your pocket on from one st marker to the other. Now, go sew on the bottom sides on, this should be rows 1-4 of your pocket.

Pattern XL:

CH 41

Row 1-37: Sc across, ch 1, turn. (40)

Collar-

Row 38: sc 19, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 39: sc2tog, sc 18, ch 1, turn. (19)

Row 40: sc 17, sc2tog, ch 1, turn.(18)

Row 41-43: sc across, ch 1, turn.(18)

Row 44: sc 17, 2 sc in last st, ch 1, turn. (19)

Row 45: 2 sc in first, sc 18, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 46: sc 19, 2sc in last. (21) finish off

Going back to row 38, sk 4 sts from your first sc and attach yarn to begin other side of collar.

Row 38: sc2tog, sc 19, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 39: sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (19)

Row 40: sc2tog, sc 17, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 41-43: sc across, ch 1, turn (18)

Row 44: 2 sc in first, sc 17, ch1, turn. (19)

Row 45: sc 18, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn. (20)

Row 46: 2 sc in first, sc 19, ch 1, turn. (21)

Row 47: sc 21, ch 4, attach to first sc, sc 21, ch 1, turn. (40)

Row 48-85: sc across, ch 1, turn. (40)

*Arms* (This is worked in flat pieces and sewn together to create the charcoal part of the arm)

Fold your piece in half so the collars line up and the bottoms are even with each other. Starting at the bottom, sew up the sides leaving an 12.5″ gap for your armholes. Attach your Charcoal yarn to the seam of your armhole.

Complete this pattern for both arms!

Row 1: sc 16, sc2tog, sc 15, ch 1, turn. (32) This may seem weird but I did it this way to prevent the squared off look at the shoulder.

Row 2-3: sc across, ch 1, turn. (32)

Row 4: sc2tog, sc 30, ch 1, turn. (31)

Row 5-6: sc across, ch 1, turn. (31)

Row 7: sc 29, sc2tog ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 8-9: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 10: sc2tog, sc 26, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 11-12: sc across, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 13: sc2tog, sc 24, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 14-15: sc across, ch 1, turn. (26)

Row 16: sc2tog, sc 22, sc2tog, ch1, turn. (24)

Row 17-18: sc across, ch 1, turn. (24)

Row 19: sc2tog, sc 20, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 20-21: sc across, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 22: sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 23: sc across, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 24: sc across. (20) finish off

Turn sleeves inside out and sew together to armpit. Turn back right side out when you’re finished.

Attach your black yarn to the first sc to the left of your seam.

This part of your sleeve is worked by joining with a sl st your last sc to your first sc in the beginning of each row, you will then ch 1 and begin your next row in the same st as your join.

Row 1: sc 18, sc2tog, join. (19)

Row 2: ch 1, sc around, join. (19)

Row 3-4: ch 1, sc across, join. (19)

Row 5: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 17, join. (18)

Row 6-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (18)

Row 13: ch 1, sc 16, sc2tog, join. (17)

Row 14-19: ch 1, sc around, join. (17)

Row 20: ch 1, sc2tog, sc 15, join. (16)

Row 21-26: ch 1, sc around, join. (16) finish off after row 26

*Black Bottom*

Attach Black yarn to the bottom of your sweat on one of the seams. This is also worked in the round so you will be working this with a sl st to join and a ch 1 at the beginning of each row like you did with the black part of the sleeves.

Row 1: ch 1, (sc in 2 sts, sc2tog) 18 times, join. (56)

Row 2: ch 1, (sc in 6 sts, sc2tog) 8 times, join. (50)

Row 3-12: ch 1, sc around, join. (50) finish off after row 12.

*Collar and Hood*

Attach your black yarn at the right shoulder.

Row 1: sc in each st around, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 2: (sc 1, 2sc in next) 19 times, ch 1, turn. (28)

Row 3: sc 13, 2 sc in next 2 sts, sc 13, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 4-27: sc across, ch 1, turn. (30)

Row 28: sc across. (30) finish off

Turn the hood so that its inside out and sew the hood closed at the top, starting from the edge of the hood and working towards the back (tip) of the hood. I noticed the tip of mine wanted to come to a point so I made sure to add and extra st when done sewing and pull it tight so that it wouldn’t point as badly.

*Pocket*

I connected my black straight on to the front of the hoodie so I didn’t have to sew it on later. Starting at the seam of your front and back panel, count 11 sts towards the center and place a marker. Do this on both sides. The bottom of your pocket will start 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Attach your black on the right st marker (when looking at your hoodie) 2 rows up from the charcoal bottom.

Row 1-4: sc in the 22 sts in between the st markers, ch 1, turn. (22)

Row 5: Sc2tog, sc 18, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (20)

Row 6: sc2tog, sc 16, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (18)

Row 7: sc2tog, sc 14, sc2tog, ch 1, turn. (16)

Row 8-12: sc in each st across, ch 1, turn (16) finish off after row 12.

To sew the top and bottom sides of your pocket on, count 12 rows up on the charcoal from where your pocket starts and place a market in the charcoal. To make sure your pocket is in the center, count from the seam, 13 sts and place a marker. This marker should be the same row as your first marker. Do this on both sides. You can now remove your first sts marker to show your 12 rows up and sew your pocket on from one st marker to the other. Now, go sew on the bottom sides on, this should be rows 1-4 of your pocket.

AND YOU’RE DONE!! This sweater was a long process for me but it shouldn’t be for you. If you need clarification on any of these instructions, please leave a comment or contact me through the information listed in the contact tab of this website. I hope you enjoy this pattern!

 

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