Say hello to your new pop-of-color Bobble Crochet Hooded Sweater!
If you’re tired of seeing the same plain-looking clothes in your closet, maybe it’s time for a change! Why not make a garment has more colors and screams fun with this hooded sweater crochet pattern?
Of course, we know it’s not that easy to take the leap from wearing plain-colored tops to bright clothes! That’s why we chose a crochet hooded sweater pattern that still looks plain, but can also have a slight touch of color.
So are you ready to take the first step to add a pop of color to your wardrobe? Continue reading this article to know how to make this trendy hooded crochet sweater!
Trendy Bobble Crochet Hooded Sweater
We want everyone to always try something new, but of course, we still want you to be comfortable in whatever you wear.
Instead of using a bright color for the whole hooded sweater, you can opt to use colors that you’re used to wearing. A great example is this white and yellow combination that the designer used.
The yellow strips on the hood and the sleeves are just enough to add some variety to your hooded sweater. If you’re up to adding a bit more color, go ahead and use the same yarn for the front pocket.
However, if you don’t want the accent design to be too visible, choose a shade a little darker or lighter than your main color.
You can even skip the pocket or use the main color to make it blend with the whole hooded sweater.
About the Bulky and Medium Weight Yarn
Do you want to use the same colors the designer used in their design? Luckily, they shared the exact yarns they used to create this crochet hooded sweater!
The bulky Mondial Bio Soft is one of the yarns used to make the hooded crochet sweater. It is made with 100% organic cotton making it so buttery soft perfect for baby blankets and everyday wear.
Made with a blend of 55% Merino Superwash wool and 45% Acrylic, you won’t have to worry about having a hard time cleaning the yarn!
Plus, it is available in a wide range of solid fashion colors, you will have a lot of color options to choose from.
Have you decided what colors to use in your Bobble Design Crochet Hooded Sweater?
About the Bobble Crochet Hooded Sweater Pattern
Are you ready to add some colors to your closet? We found this crochet hooded sweater pattern that’s not only functional but can also give you what you’re looking for, colors!
To work on this hooded crochet sweater pattern, it is important that you know the basic stitches.
Although it is intended for a more intermediate crocheter, the pattern includes instructions on how to make the other needed stitches to guide you.
We have already mentioned about the strips of color used as an accent on the hood and sleeves of this sweater, but did you know that it has another design feature?
This subtle bobble design may not be as visible, but it definitely adds much-needed texture to this hooded crochet sweater.
If you want to make your hooded sweater more functional, you can also add front pockets to it. To make it more visible, you can use the same yarn color you used for the accent on the hood and on the sleeves.
Ready to start working on this crochet hooded sweater to make your outfit look more alive?
Chunky weight yarn
Crochet hook 7mm/K/10.5
XS/S S/M M/L, L/XL
Chain Stitch – Chain Stitch Beginner’s Guide here
Single Crochet Stitch – Single Crochet Stitch Tutorial| Written + Video
Double Crochet Stitch – Double Crochet Stitch Tutorial| Written + Video
Stand out with this Trendy Crochet Hooded Sweater
We hope this Bobble crochet hooded sweater helped you transition from wearing plain colored clothes to something that has a touch of other colors! Hopefully, this also encouraged you to try more new things.
Don’t forget to share with us your final work! If you want to inspire other crocheters to make their own trendy hooded sweater, post a picture of your crochet project on our Facebook page.
Looking for other crochet hoodies to work on? We have an article dedicated to summer and winter hoodies!
Now that you took the first step on getting out of your comfort zone with this crochet hooded sweater, what are you gonna work on next?