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Harvest Hoodie Crochet Pattern (S – 4XL)

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If there’s ONE thing I’m ready for it is chilly nights in comfy sweaters, friends gathered around the fire pit or watching a football game. This Harvest Hoodie is the perfect way to ring in the colder weather season.

Harvest Hoodie crochet pattern sizes small-4xl

Harvest Hoodie Crochet Pattern

The Harvest Hoodie is the perfect thing to throw on when there’s just a bit of chill in the air. No matter if you’re running errands or going to the hometown Friday night football game, this hoodie is a no frills, easy-to-make pattern that fits any occassion.

I absolutely love the texture that this stitch provides, and how quickly the whole thing works up.

Sizes range from Small through 4XL and this is a unisex pattern. 🙌 Scroll down to see my teenager modeling the size medium.

crochet hoodie pattern plus sizes

About the Harvest Hoodie Pattern:

This is a top-down raglan style crochet pattern. This means that we start crocheting at the neck building the hoodie as we go. When we get to the armholes, we pinch off sleeve openings and continue to crochet the body.

When finished with the body, we attach in the underarm of the sleeve opening and crochet the sleeves straight down. This means ZERO seaming is required – which I can always get behind.

A raglan style sweater pattern is one that not only starts at the top (neck) and is worked top-down, but also has four distinct points/corners throughout the yoke. These corners are where we will place ALL increases making them easier to spot and to create those armholes.

raglan style hoodie crochet pattern

For the Harvest Hoodie we are using the Herringbone Half Double Crochet. This is an interesting stitch that sits at a slight slant and looks great with all types of yarns and fiber contents. Head on over to read the entire stitch tutorial for this stitch, or watch the video here to get a feel for how it is made.


For the Harvest Hoodies pictured I used Brava Tweed in “Wren” and Brava 500 in “Asphalt Heather”. Brava worsted weight yarn is 100% acrylic. If you live in a warmer climate, or if you would like to substitute yarns for any reason, here are some yarns I recommend as good substitutions.

Yarn Substitutions:

Lion Brand Re-Up (worsted weight cotton/polyester blend)

Lion Brand Touch of Linen (worsted weight cotton/linen blend)

Mary Maxim Value yarn (worsted weight, 100% acrylic)

Premier Yarn Universal Cotton Supreme (worsted weight cotton yarn)

Premier Ever Soft (worsted weight acrylic)

Vanna’s Choice (worsted weight acrylic)

Lion Brand Pound of Love (worsted weight acrylic)

Hobbii Mega Ball (worsted weight acrylic)

Hobbii Tweed Delight (worsted weight tweed, 80% wool, 20% acrylic)

Hobbii Friends Wool (worsted weight, 100% wool)

harvest hoodie crochet pattern

Find this pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, or right here in the Heart Hook Home Blog Shop. Thank you!


Worsted Weight Yarn (Brava Tweed pictured) yarn substitutions listed above
-approx. (1400, 1600, 1700, 1900, 2000, 2200, 2300) yards

Crochet hook in size J/6 mm or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge: 14 sts x 10 rows = 4” square
-using Herringbone Half Double Crochet

Sizing: (S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL)

Actual garment bust/torso measurement: (37”, 40.5”, 43”, 48.5”, 52”, 55.5”, 60”)

If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

Find this pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, or right here in the Heart Hook Home Blog Shop. Thank you!

I hope you love your hoodie, and that you’ll share a photo of yours with me by tagging @HeartHookHome across all social media and by sharing with everyone in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community on Facebook.

Harvest Hoodie crochet pattern

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  1. Is it possible to make this without the hood? I've always found that hoods create an uncomfortable amount of bulk at the back of my neck, so I usually end up cutting them off of my pull-over sweatshirts. After a lifetime of crocheting, I'm beginning to venture into clothing for myself. I love the overall idea of this top, but hesitant to spend on a pattern that won't fit my needs. Thanks!!!!!
  2. Hi! I am working on the M right now, and just finished the torso and it is only 17" long down the center - is that correct (it's a gift and I'm bigger than the recipient, so I can't try it on)? It seems really short when compared to the examples I've seen on both the pattern and the Facebook group.
  3. Hi Ashlea, You mentioned you made some modifications to the Harvest Hoodie, but I didn’t see any mention of it here on your page. I purchased this pattern on your site. Is there an updated version, and if so, how do I get it? Thank you! Nan Free
    1. I was wondering the same. I purchased when it came out, but haven’t seen a link for the updated version. Thanks, Dawn