Crochet V Neck Short Sleeve Hoodie | Pattern & Tutorial DIY


for this project any category three yarn
will work but I used a half a skein of baby bernat sport yarn in lilac
bouquet Skein of white as for tools a four and a
half and five and a half millimeter hook scissors stitch markers and a tape
measure there’s a written pattern down below use offer code TCDDIY for a
discount watch to the end of the video to learn how to enter this week’s
giveaway we’re using three stitches for this project and there will be as
follows chain slip stitch single crochet and double crochet this tutorials for a
size small but you can adjust it for your size and we explained how to in the
video so let’s get started getting this top started we’re first gonna grab our
category three yarn make a slipknot we’re gonna grab our four and a half
millimeter hook and start off by doing some measuring the first measurement
that we’re gonna need to make is going to be from collarbone to collarbone and
just let you guys know on me that is a total of eight and a half inches or 22
centimeters so that comes out to about 35 chains so go ahead and make a chain
to whatever length you guys need and then grab your stitch marker because
we’re going to need to insert it now that we have our chain we’re going to be
grabbing our stitch marker inserting that into that last loop that we just
made and once when you have that we’re going to be measuring from our side of
the collarbone that we just ended on down to where we want the bottom of our
v-neck to be and I actually want mine to be nine and a half inches or 24
centimeters so that comes out to about forty two chains and now that we have
that portion of our chain we’re going to take our stitch marker I am using a
different color stitch marker because this is the bottom point of our caller
but you guys don’t have to as long as you guys can keep an eye on it but once
when we have this we’re going to measure from the bottom point of our caller up
to the first chain that we made so up to our other collarbone so it should be the
same link that we just did so I’m gonna go in with another nine and a half
inches or 24 centimeters or forty-two chains now that we have our very long
chain what we’re gonna do from here is connect it into the first chain that we
made first thing we’re gonna have to do is just make sure that our chain is all
facing one direction and make sure that it’s not twisted so it’s easier for us
to go into our next row once when we know that it’s all facing one direction
we’re going to insert our hook into that first chain that we made with a slip
stitch so we’re gonna insert yarn over pull
through everything and then from here we’re going to go into the row of single
crochet going across the back first down to the point and then up to the other
side while maintaining some increases in to the stitch markers so this is the
direction that I’m going to be going into first we obviously don’t have a
stitch marker on this side because this is where our hook is we’re going to be
doing an increase of two into the next available loop that we have into our
chain single crocheting all the way across increase of two into this other
collarbone stitch marker work our way down with single crochet once we get to
the bottom of our point we’re going to be going in with three single crochets
and then single crochet all the way back up and connect with a slip stitch so
let’s just go through that really quickly together so working towards our
next collarbone stitch marker what we’re going to do is do a chain up of one and
then into that first loop that we have into our chain that’s right next to hook
we’re going to be going in with an increase of two so we’re going to go
into that next loop with one single crochet and once we have one single
crochet go in with a second into that same loop that is our increase now we
can grab our third stitch marker and we’re going to be inserting our stitch
marker into the first single crochet that we just made so not into the second
one into the first once we have that go ahead and put one single crochet going
all the way across our chain until we get to this next stitch marker and then
we’re gonna be doing another increase of two together now that we’ve made a way
over to our next stitch marker what we’re going to do from here this is our
collarbone stitch marker keep in mind we’re going to take out that stitch
marker but don’t put it too far because we will be putting it back in we’re
going to be going into this one with an increase of two so there’s one single
crochet and then also into the same loop go in with another single crochet and
from here we’re going to be taking our stitch marker and then inserting it into
the last single crochet that we just made for ourselves just like that and
then from here put one single crochet into every loop going all the way back
down until we hit this next stitch marker which is our bottom point and
then we’re going to be doing an increase of three so we’ve made our way all the
way down to our next stitch marker which is our bottom point once we have that we
are going to be taking out this stitch marker but don’t put it too far
once we get here we’re going to be going in with an increase of three single
crochets so there’s one there is two and then there’s three once we have that
we’re going to be inserting our stitch marker
back into the second single crochet that we just made so the middle loop and from
there just put one single crochet into every loop that we have into the rest of
our chain and then we’ll meet each other back so that we can slip stitch it into
this first single crochet that we made for ourselves so we have made our way
over to our first single crochet that we have made for ourselves and all we’re
going to do is slip stitch it into that first single crochet that we made but
the first thing we’re gonna have to do is just make sure that our collar isn’t
twisted then once we know that it is not we’re gonna be inserting our hook into
that first single crochet so you got a stitch marker for now yarn over pull
through everything now we can insert our stitch marker back into that same loop
that we just went in with with our slip stitch and then from here we’re just
going to be going around with another row of single crochet making sure that
we’re going in through one the back loops and to also we’re increasing into
the same spots that we have our slip stitches in in the same amounts so for
the collarbone to collarbone section we’re going to be going in with
increases of two and this bottom point is going to be an increase of three so
let’s just get that started off together really quickly we’re going to start off
by doing a chain up of one you can take out this stitch marker again we just put
it back in but we take it out again then we’re going to be going into that back
loop with one single crochet and then two single crochet now we can put this
stitch marker back in and then it will actually stay on this time but once we
have that we’re just going to be putting one single crochet into every back loop
that we have until we get to the next stitch marker and then we’ll be doing an
increase of two together from there we made our way down to our next collarbone
stitch marker so we’re going to take this guy out for now go into that next
loop with an increase of two single crochets going into the back loop so
there’s one there’s two we’re going to insert our hook into that stitch marker
that we have just did that last loop and then from here put one back loop single
crochet going all the way down once we hit this bottom point I’ll let you guys
do this on your own is super easy once you guys get down here just do an
increase of three into that back loop and do back loops and crochet is going
all the way back up slip stitch into this first single crochet that we made
so back up to our first stitch marker do a chain up of one and cut so this is
what things are looking like now that we have the call
all finished up we have just gone all the way around with our back loop single
crochets done a slip stitch and then did a chain up of one and cut into this
portion and now we are all done now we’re going to start working on the body
and how we’re going to start that off is by grabbing our five and a half
millimeter hook and we’re going to insert our hook into the bottom portion
of our V that we have right here so into where the stitch marker is or that
middle middle middle loop insert our hook and so our yarn pull through and do
a chain up of one to secure then once when we have this we’re gonna want to
figure out how long we want our top to be if you guys want this to be a crop
top go ahead and make this small if you guys want it to be longer and make it
longer completely up to you guys but from here just measure out where we’re
at down to the length of the top that you guys want I’m gonna let you guys
know I just want mine to be thirteen and a half inches or 37 centimeters so I’m
gonna start off by making a chain of 55 once we have our body chained what we’re
gonna do from here is block off that last chain do a chain up of one and then
into that loop that we blocked off or the second loop from our hope we’re
gonna go in with a slip stitch so we’re just gonna insert our hook yarn over
pull through everything and then from here go ahead and put one slip stitch
into every loop that we have going all the way up our chain and then I’ll meet
you guys back right before we hit our body portion because we’re gonna need to
talk about it just a little bit okay so we are back and we are almost done with
our first row we’ve just made it all the way down with one slip stitch into every
loop that we had into our chain now we need to start working into the collar
going all the way up to our stitch marker that we have which is where our
collarbone is so from here we’re going to be doing a decrease of two into the
first two loops that we have into the body just so we can maintain a really
nice curve along this row so all this is is going into that first back loop yarn
over pull through and then insert your hook into that next back loop yarn over
since these are slip stitches we’re going to yarn over and just pull through
all three loops that’s on our hook just like that and then from here go ahead
and put one back loop slip stitch going all the way up the collar until we hit
our next stitch marker then I’ll meet you guys back because we’re actually
going to be doing a little increase for a shoulder chunk so we are back and we
have just made out all the way up our collar making sure that we don’t
have any more loops left we made it all the way up to this stitch marker and
then from here we’re actually just going to do an increase on the end and then
work our way back down but when we’re working our way back down we are going
to do back loops slip stitches going all the way down and then down this little
body chain that we made for ourselves as well but when we’re working our way down
towards our body portion we will not be doing a decrease into this section that
we do the decrease in in the previous row we’re actually just going to be
decreasing into every other row so let’s just do an increase into this row and
then I’ll meet you guys back once when we have made our way all the way down to
the bottom but how we’re going to do our increases is actually just by doing a
chain out of two we’re going to flip our work and then we’re going to insert our
hook into the chain that is furthest away from our hook so we’re going to
count one two insert our hook into that back loop we’re going to yarn over pull
through everything with a slip stitch and like I said from here we’re just
gonna be putting one back loop slip stitch going all the way down our work
I’ll meet you guys back once when we have made our way to the bottom of our
top portion that we have right here and I’ll show you guys what to do from there
and a quick tip as we’re working our way back down towards the body portion once
when we get to where we did our decrease in the previous row we’re going to not
do a decrease but we do want to maintain putting that stitch marker back into
that loop just so we have a visual on where that is so making sure that we
don’t go into our body portion with our decrease but you go ahead and keep doing
your back loop slips it’s just going all the way down on meet you guys back now
we are back and we have just made our way all the way down the body portion
that we have and all we’re going to do from here is do a chain up of one flip
our work and then do more back loops slip stitches until we get to where our
stitch marker is which is the first loop that we have into our collar once we get
here we’re going to be doing a decrease of two back loops slip stitches and then
which is basically the same thing that we did in the first row but once we do
that we’re going to work our way all the way back up with back loop slip stitches
and then once we make it to the end we’re going to do a chain out of two
which counts as our increase flip our work and then do a back loop slip stitch
into that second chain from our hook and then do more
back loop slip stitches going down but when we’re going down we will not be
doing any decreases so let’s just do this entire sequence just one more time
and then I’ll let you guys have at it from there but since we’re here this
part’s gonna be super duper simple we’re just gonna be putting one back loop slip
stitch into every loop that we have going all the way back up our work once
we hit our stitch marker or if you guys don’t have a stitch marker once we hit
our first look that we have into the collar we’ll meet each other back so
that we can be doing a a decrease of two back loops slip stitches together so we
have made our way all the way up to our stitch marker we’re on row for you by
the way but we just made our way all the way up to our stitch marker which is at
the first loop that we have into our collar we’re going to take out our
stitch marker but don’t put it too far because we will be putting it back we’re
gonna yarn over pull through into that first loop into our collar into that
next loop back loop yarn over pull through everything go ahead and insert
our stitch marker back into that loop that we just made and then put one back
loop slip stitch into every loop that we have all the way back up our work and
then I’ll meet you guys back once we get to the top so that we can do an increase
together so we have just made our way back all the way up to our back loop
slip stitches and now we are at our collar bone portion up here and once we
get here we’re just gonna be doing another increase so how we do that is to
a chain above to flip our work and then into that second chain that we have from
our hook we’re going to go into that back loop with a slip stitch well that’s
not a slip stitch with a snake – okay and then from here just do more back
loop slip stitches going all the way down remember when we go down to the
bottom of our top we will not be doing any decreases and they were actually
going to keep going back and forth just like this until this little shoulder
chunk that we’re making for ourselves actually forms a shoulder chunk so just
a couple rows and then from there we can start going in with the decreases for
our arm holes so once when we have that chunk we’ll meet each other back and
then I will let you guys know how many rows I have in the next clip okay so we
are back and I now have my SuperDuper tiny little shoulder chunk that we have
right here that I was just telling you guys about and just let y’all know the
amount rose that I have is actually just five
rows but you guys can have more or less it’s completely up to you guys and this
is also just about an inch or about three centimeters but once when we get
here and it doesn’t matter if you guys end at the bottom at the top it’s
completely up to you guys but what we will be doing once when we are ready to
start cutting in for our arms is doing decreases along the first two loops that
we have right here for this first row so what we’re gonna do is do a chain up of
one we’re gonna be flipping our work and then we’re gonna do a decrease of two
back loop slip stitches into those first two loops so we’re gonna insert pull
through insert it into that next back loop yarn over pull through everything
and then from here since I am working my way down towards the bottom of the top I
will not be doing a decrease into this corner that we have right here so go
ahead and work your way all the way down and then I’ll meet you guys back once
when we are at the bottom right here or if you guys are at the bottom working
your way up go ahead and do the same thing that we’ve been doing so do your
decrease into this corner that we have right here work your way up and then
decrease into the last two loops that we have into this shoulder chunk and then
you guys can go ahead and adjust your work from there and then I’ll meet you
guys back once when I’m ready to get started on my second row of us cutting
in our shoulder portion okay so we are back we have just made our way going all
the way back down with more back loop slip stitches and this is actually my
first row of us cutting in our shoulder chunk for our arm hole but once when we
get here I’m just going to point out what we’re gonna do do another decrease
together and then I’ll let you guys have at it because we’re actually just gonna
keep doing these decreases along this side until it goes from the top of our
shoulder which is where we’re currently at all the way down until it reaches our
underarms so it’s going to be the same thing just doing some decreases here and
also maintaining this decrease here into every other row but now that we’re at
the bottom we’re just going to work our way up maintaining the decrease since
we’re working our way up towards the shoulder portion maintaining the
decrease into the first two loops that we have when it comes to the loops when
it comes to our collar portion working our way back up and then now that we’re
working our way back up we’re going to leave the last three loops because we’re
going to do a decrease of two into the third and second to last loop and then
we’re going to leave that last one open and then we’re going to do a chain up of
one flip my work decrease back down but when
we come back down we will not be doing a decrease here but then keep working all
the way down to the body portion so I will work my way back up do my decrease
here and then I’ll meet you guys back once we get up here so that we can do
our decrease of two together into the third and second-to-last loops and then
from there I’ll just kind of let you guys go for it all right so we are back
up to our shoulder portion we left the last three loops we will be doing a
decrease of two back loop slip stitches into the third and second-to-last let’s
do that together we’re going to insert pull through insert pull all the way
through once when we have that we’re going to do a chain up of one flip our
work do another back loop slip stitch decrease of two into these first two
loops so insert pull through insert you’re on over pull through everything
and then since we’re going back down our work we’re gonna be putting one back
loop slip stitch into every loop that we have and then from there you guys know
what you’re doing but I’m just gonna lay this down flat just to talk you guys
through it just one more time and then I’ll leave you guys alone so if you guys
are going off of where I’m at currently we’re going to be working our way all
the way down until we get to this last loop remembering that when we work our
way down towards the bottom at the top we don’t do any decreases into this
corner once when we get our way down here do a chain up of one flip our work
do back loop slip stitches all the way up until we get to the first two loops
that we have up here that is still within the collar and then from here
work your way all the way back up leaving the last three loops decreasing
into the third and second to last loop doing a chain out of one flipping our
work and then doing a decrease of two into the first two loops and then
working our way back down and keep going back and forth like that until this
portion reaches all the way down until it hits your underarm and then I’ll meet
you guys back so that we can get started on the rest all righty so we are back
and this is what things are looking like so far and it is looking great so we
have done our decreases all the way down until we have reached our underarm and
then once when we have that we’re actually just gonna go straight up and
down with back loop slip stitches no increases no decreases until we hit our
side so it’s gonna be fairly simple I’m just gonna start this off with you guys
and then I’ll let you guys go from there and also just let you guys know from
where we started also to where I’m currently at I have a
of 23 rows but to start this off together we’re going to do a chain up of
one and flip our work and then from here we’re just gonna be putting one back
loop slip stitch into every loop that we have going all the way down once we make
it to the end do a chain up of one and flip my work and then do more back loops
slip stitches coming all the way back up and keep doing that for as long as you
guys need I’ll let you guys know how many rows I end up having in the next
clip alright tea ladies and gentlemen we are
all done with one of our panels we are now gonna do the same exact thing that
we have here on the other side but right before we get started I will tell you
guys from where I started all the way from where I ended I have a total of 31
rows and I just wanted to say that this looks kind of small but please please
please keep in mind once when you guys are putting this up to yourselves it
does stretch quite a bit so just make sure that you guys are taking that into
account as well but other than that I’m just going to show you guys where we’re
gonna be inserting our hook but everything else is going to be exactly
the same as we did the first side just mimicked on the other side
so what we’re first gonna do is take a look at our work this year looks really
cool by the way anyways what we’re gonna do is take our what is this five and a
half millimeter hook that we were using and then we’re actually going to insert
our hook in through the bottom portion of where we have our top making sure we
go in through that back loop we’re gonna insert our yarn onto our hook and then
from here do the same exact thing so do back loop slip stitches going all the
way up once when you hit this collar portion into the first two loops we’re
going to be doing a decrease of to do more back loop slip stitches all the way
up until we hit our stitch marker which is where our collar bones or our
shoulders are and then we’re going to keep going back and forth just like that
until we have a shoulder chunk like how we have on the side and then we’re going
to do some cutting for our underarm once we have that same amount of rows that we
have on this side then do our little under arm portion that reaches our side
and then I’ll meet you guys back once we have all this done so that we can get
started on the back we’re back and we have just finished going in with the
entire front panel and now we need to do the back which is super duper simple the
only thing we need to do in preparation for that is just figure
out how long we need to make our initial chain so how we’re gonna do that is go
from this underarm portion that we have right here and then we’re going to count
and see how many loops we have I have a total of 62 and then from here we’re
gonna skip this little portion where we didn’t do any increases or decreases or
work automatically going to count these rows where we go all the way up to our
shoulder chunk and then these are going to be increases so you’re gonna have to
count each individual row so I have a total of 62 here so I’m going to start
off with this row because this is where I first increases with 62 63 4 5 6 okay so I just found it all the way up
here each individual row that I have and so I’m going to make a chain that comes
out to 80 so we’re we’re going to be inserting our hook it’s into the loop that is in this back
portion of our College that’s right next to where our work currently is at so
we’re going to take out the stitch marker I’m gonna be in sitting our hook
into that next available loop inserting our yarn onto that loop pull through do
a chain of hook one and then from here we’re going to make a chain of whatever
number we just figured out like I said two seconds ago I’m gonna make a chain
of 80 and then now that we have our chain what we’re gonna do from here is
block off that last chain do a chain up one and then into that loop that we
blocks off or the second chain from our hook we’re gonna do the same thing that
we did into the front panel are just gonna be working all the way down with
slip stitches all the way down until we get to the base once we get into the
base are gonna be slip stitching into that next available loop to close off
this row and then to work our way up to the next row we’re gonna slip stitch
into that next available loop flip our work and then do more back loop stitches
going all the way down we’re just gonna keep going back and forth like that
until we make our way all the way across our back portion that we have right here
once when we have that we’re gonna need to do a little matching the shoulder
chunk so that we can attach it to this front piece shoulder chunk that we have
and then we’re also gonna do this little under arm portion that we have and then
we will be all done with this side and then we have to do the same thing on the
other side so go ahead and just do this solid portion of back loop slip stitches
going across the back portion of our collar then I’ll meet you guys back so
that we can do our back shoulder chunk together we have just made our back all
the way down to the end of this collar portion that we have and now we have
this large very regular looking rectangle for our back portion but once
when we have this and we don’t have any more loops left to go into into the
collar we now need to do a little shoulder chunk that is the same amount
of rows that we have for the front and I have a total of five rows of just
regular back loop slip stitches so that’s what I’m gonna do
hanging off of what we have right here so I’m just going to show you guys how
to start that off and I’ll let you guys go for it from there
but it doesn’t matter if you guys end up here or down here all we’re gonna do is
just go back and forth with back loop slip stitches and since we don’t have
any more loops left to go into we’re just going to have it hang over so once
when we are here what we’re going to do is do a chain of a1 you will be flipping
our work and then just put one back loop slip stitch into every loop that we have
going all the way down once we make it to the end do a chain up of one flip our
work make our way back and then keep going back and forth like that until we
have the same amount of rows for our shoulder chunk then I’ll meet you guys
back because we will be doing this little decrease portion together as well
so we’ve just finished up going in with our shoulder chunk for our back portion
and if you guys want to stretch it out then it should be just about the same
size as a shoulder chunk that we have in the front but once we have that we’re
basically just going to be the same thing that we did in the front but in
the back so we’re just gonna cut doing some decreases going all the way down
until we get to our underarm and we’re gonna have a little underarm portion
that meets our side so from here I did end on the bottom I will be working my
way up all the way until I have just two loops left and then we’re going to be
doing a decrease of two back loops slip stitches together but if you guys ended
up here go ahead and start off with a decrease of two back loop slip stitches
and then you guys can work your way back down but either way I will meet you guys
back so that we can do our decreases together really quickly so we are at the
end of our first row where we’re going to start doing our decreases for our
underarm portion so what we’re going to do from here is go into those next two
loops with a decrease of two back loop slip stitches so we’re gonna insert our
hook into that last back loop so we’re gonna insert our hook into that
second-to-last back loop yarn over pull through we have one more back loop to go
into I’m here we’re gonna yarn over pull through everything and once we get here
we’re gonna do a chain up of one flip our work and since we’re at this end
where we’re doing our decreases we’re going to start off this next row with a
decrease as well so we’re going to insert into that first available back
loop yarn over pull through next available back loop yarn over pull
through everything and from here work your way back down with back loop slip
stitches and once you guys get to the end do a chain of one flip your work and
then work your way back and then I’ll meet you guys back because we will be
doing a decrease of two back loops slip stitches into the third and second to
last leaving that last loop so I’ll meet you
guys back in about two seconds so I just made our way back down and we left our
three back loops and we’re going to be doing a decrease of two into our third
and second last back loop together so into that
third to last back loop insert pull through
second to last back loop insert yarn over pull through everything on our hook
once when we have this we’re gonna do a chain up of one flip our work and then
do more back loop slip stitches but remembering to do a decrease into the
first two so let’s do that together again insert pull through insert yarn
over pull through everything and then I’m just gonna lay this down flat so
that we can talk about this for two seconds and then we can go from there so
this is what we should have so far we started doing our first few decreases
and we’re actually just going to keep decreasing down until we have the same
amount of loops that we have right here that went into our underarm portion it
may not be the same amount of decreases that we have in front since we did a
different number count but just keep going until we have the same loops that
we have right here and then we can go in with a seam so that everything is nice
and even and then I’ll meet you guys back just let you guys know how many
rows I do end up having and then what we’re gonna do from there so we’ve just
finished up going in with that little underarm portion that we have right here
and all we’re gonna do now is go in with a little underarm chunk that matches the
same amount that we have right here and where we stopped should have the same
amount of loops as the front side so we’re just going to go in with back loop
slip stitches going back and forth until we have the same amount of rows as we
have in the front and then once we have that we’re going to cut and tie and then
do the same thing that we just did here along the other side so I’ll do that
I’ll meet you guys back so I can show you guys where to insert your hook and
then we can get started on the other side we are back and we are now all
finished up with this little underarm portion that we have along the backside
and if you guys want to we can lay it on top of our front portion and then
everything should be lay on top of it perfectly once we have this we’re
actually just gonna do the same exact thing that we did here on the other side
so I’m just going to show you guys where to insert your hook and then we can move
on from there we’re gonna take a look at this other back portion that we have
along this other blunt side we’re gonna take our same hook insert it into that
first back loop that we have into this bottom corner insert our yarn onto our
hook pull through do a chain up of one and from here everything else is going
to the same so do back loop slip stitches
going all the way up and we’re first starting off with our little shoulder
chunk and we won’t be doing any increases or decreases until we have the
same amount of rows once when we get there we’re going to start doing our
decreases or cutting for our underarm going all the way down and then once we
have the same amount of rows that we have right here we’re going to go in
with our little underarm portion do a chain up of one and cut and then we will
we to each other back so that we can seam it all up together and then get
started on our hood so we have just finished up going in with our little
underarm portion along both sides and what we’re going to do now is seam up
the side so that we can actually wear it and once we have that we can go in with
a little single crochet around the armhole and then go in with our hood so
the first thing we’re going to want to do is insert our hook into the corner
loops that we have into this bottom blunt section I’m going to insert our
hook into the first available loop in the front panel and the next loop that
we have into the back panel we are going to grab our yarn and then insert that
onto our hook the only thing that we need to make sure before you actually
get started with this it’s taking a look at our collar we did have a little bit
of ribbing when we went in with our first row of back loop single crochets
going into the collar we just want to make sure that that is faced outwards so
that once when we flip this inside out this seams are on the inside and this is
facing out towards us but other than that what we’re going to do is just pull
through do a chain up of one to secure and now we’re just going to do a row of
single crochet making sure that we’re going in through both the front and the
back panels at the same time so what we’re gonna do from here is insert our
hook into the first available loop in the front panel and then into that same
loop in the back panel and from there we are going to single crochet and we’re
just going to keep doing this all the way down until we don’t have any more
loops left to go into once when you get up here we’re going to do a chain up of
one and cut and do the same thing that we just did here along the other side so
we have our side seams all done up and the next thing we’re going to have to do
is just go in with a row of single crochet around our armhole and then also
close up this little shoulder chunk that we made for ourselves as well so we’re
going to continue working with our 5 millimeter
and we’re gonna make sure that our work is still flipped right-side out so that
our seams are all facing the same direction and once we have this we’re
just going to be inserting our hook into the shoulder portion first that’s right
next to the collar so into the first available loop we have into the front
panel and then into the next available loop that we have into the back panel
once when we have that we’re going to insert our working yarn onto our hook
we’re gonna pull through do a chain up of one to secure and then from here
we’re just gonna put one single crochet making sure we’re going in through the
front panel and the back panel at the same time until we get to the end of our
shoulder chunk and then from there we’re just gonna automatically start to go
around with the row of single crochet so let’s just get this started together
into the first available loop into the front panel insert and then into the
next available loop into the back panel insert and then single crochet and then
we’re just gonna stick with each other until we get to the end so that we can
get started on this single crochet around our sleeve together as well so I
just have a couple more to do this may be a little tricky because we don’t have
any real loops to go into so go ahead and just eyeball it try and make sure
that you’re going into the same area for both the front and the back panel but
once when we get here what we’re gonna do is just go into the row of single
crochets so none of these are real loops either we’re just gonna need to eyeball
it and try to keep it as even as possible so what I like to do is try and
figure out where the next row is which is this one right here I’m just going to
be inserting my hook into that loop with a single crochet and then try and figure
out what the next row is which is this one right here insert with a single
crochet and we’re just going to keep doing that all the way around until we
get all the way back up to this shoulder portion slip stitch into this first
single crochet that we made do a chain up of one and cut and then once we have
that do the same thing that we have here on the other side so we are back and we
have just finished up going around with a row single crochet around our arm
holes and now once when we have that we’re gonna have to do a little bit of
netting along this point and then a single crochet row along the back as
well and we’re going in with netting along this portion so that we can insert
our corset ties so you guys are gonna want to first figure out where you want
your hood to start because it’s going to be from this point all the way up is
going to be our netting and then this is going to
beware hood starts and then so from this point all the way around the neck to the
other side is going to be solid so I’ve already measured mine out and from here
all the way up to where I have my stitch markers it’s a total of six and a half
inches or 17 centimeters or that is 30 loops and I have just done that on both
sides and once we have that we can insert our hook and then go in with our
netting and in single crochet and then our hood
so what we’re first gonna do is take out the stitch marker along our collar we’re
gonna be switching out for our four and a half millimeter hook you’re gonna
insert our hook into that loop insert our yarn onto our hook and we’re gonna
start off by doing a chain up of two here is one here is to that first chain
counts as a single crochet and then this extra chain counts as our net that goes
across what we’re gonna do from here is skip one loop single crochet into the
loop after that just like that and let’s do this one more time we’re gonna do a
chain up of one skip one loop single crochet into the loop after that then
we’re gonna keep doing this all the way down until we get to this V portion I’ll
show you guys what to do and then we’re gonna do the same thing going all the
way back up to our next stitch marker so just made our way all the way down to
our middle point portion and as you guys can see I have just one loop in the
middle and then we can go into the loop right after that so all we’re gonna do
is just skip that loop and then we’re going to single crochet into the loop
after that just to maintain this point and from here we’re just gonna close
that off just like that do a chain up of one skip one single crochet into the
next and then maintain this netting portion all the way up until we get to
our next stitch marker and then from there we’re just gonna go all the way
around at the row of single crochet and then slip stitch into this first loop
that we made for ourselves Bob I’ll meet you guys back once we get to this stitch
marker just so I can remind you guys to go in with your single crochets and now
that we are at our next stitch marker we can take this guy out and then just go
all the way around with the row of single crochet and slip stitch into that
first single crochet that we made for ourselves along the side
now that we’ve made our way all the way around with our row of netting and then
also single crochet we have slip stitched into that first loop that we
made for ourselves and once when we have that we’re actually going to do a chain
up of one and cut because we’re going to go in with the hood with a different
color but if you guys are going to go into your hood with the same color go
ahead and just continue on with the pattern from there but what we’re gonna
do after we cut is grab our five and a half millimeter hook and then we’re
gonna get started on the hood so now that we have cut our work what we’re
gonna do from here is go in with our secondary color and how we’re gonna do
that is take our five millimeter hook and we’re going to start off by
inserting our hook into that next available loop that we have which was
supposed to be where our stitch marker is but it’s actually right where we cut
and tied we’re gonna be inserting our hook and do that back loop insert our
yarn onto our hook pull through and then once when we have pulled through we’re
gonna do a chain up of three that counts as a double crochet and into this first
row that I’m doing I’m actually going to be going in with five double crochets
and then increasing into the six so since we did this chain above three that
actually counts as one double crochet for me so I’m going to prepare for a
double crochet and then go in with four more double crochet into the next four
back loops and then we’ll be doing a increase of two into the six so I have
one two three four five and then into that six one we’re going to go in with
one double crochet and then two double crochet into that six so one two three
four five increase the two into the six let’s do this just one more time
together we’re gonna prepare for a double crochet and go into the next five
with one double crochet into each back loop so there’s one two three four and
then five into that six one we’re gonna be doing an increase of two so prepare
go into that six loop with one and then two double crochet and then from here
we’re just going to maintain this sequence going all the way back around
our work until we get to the next marker then I’ll meet you guys back so
we can get started on the next we’re together now that we’ve gone in with our
first row of our hood we’re actually going to be doing one more row of the
exact same thing so all I’m going to do is to a chain up of three flip our work
and then into the next four since this chain up of 300 I have three do it so
this chain up of three counts as a double crochet let’s try this again one
two three we’re going to be still increasing into
the six so let’s just do this first bit together we’re not going to be going
into the back loops just regular double crochets so I have three double crochets
four and five and then into that six we will be doing an increase so there’s one
and then there’s two and then now that we have our increase of two into our six
loop we’re going to maintain doing this same sequence going all the way around
to the other side and I’m actually going to stop doing my increases after this
second row but you guys can keep increasing or decreasing whatever you
guys need to fit your head for as many rows as you guys need but since I will
be done after this row I’m just gonna meet you guys back once when I make my
way all the way over here so that we can do the rest of the hood together so I’ve
just made our way all the way back around with our second row of our hood
and this like I said in the previous clip is going to be where I stopped
doing my increases you guys go ahead and adjust to whatever you guys need but
from here all I’m gonna do is do a chain up of three I already have that and just
go all the way around putting one double crochet into every loop that we have
once we make it to the end do a chain up of three and then work our way back now
we’re just gonna keep going back and forth like that until we have a hood
height that can fit over our head so I’m gonna keep going until I have a total of
twelve inches or 30 centimeters and that’s roughly 22 rows so go ahead and
get all that done then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can seam up the top
of the hood together alrighty so we are all back and we have actually just
finished going in with our hood like I said in the previous clip I have a total
of 22 rows and now we’re just going to seam it all up together and the way that
we’re going to do that is actually start off by pinching the two corners that we
have right here and then once when we have that we’re actually going to reach
our hand underneath where we have inserted
inserted where we have pinched our corners and then we’re going to grab
this back end right here and then we’re going to pull this through once when
it’s pulled through we can adjust our corners so that it’s all laying down
flat and then we can go into the row of single crochet seaming everything
together and then once when we’re done we can push this on back through and
then our seam will be along the inside of our hood that is the easiest way to
do this but once when we have flipped everything out the way it’s supposed to
be or the easy way it will be inserting our hook into the corner loop where our
working yarn is because we didn’t cut tie it if you guys did that is totally
fine just reattach your hood into the corner then once when we have that we
will be inserting our hook in through the other back corner we’re gonna yarn
over pull through with a slip stitch and then from here we’re just gonna go in
with a row of single crochet making sure we’re going into the front panel so he’s
gonna say the front panel and back panel at the same time basically the same way
that we have seemed everything else up together so how we’re going to do that
is insert a hook into the first available loop at the front panel and
then into the next available loop into the back panel and then single crochet
and then go ahead and keep doing this all the way down once we don’t have any
more loops left go ahead and cut and tie and now that we have the hood all
finished up the next thing we’re gonna do is go in with our little sleeve take
our five and a half millimeter hook and go around these single crochets that we
have already done for our sleeve and then go in with our secondary color just
putting one single crochet into every loop so what I’m gonna do is insert my
hook somewhere in the bottom insert my secondary color onto my hook pull
through and do a chain up of one from here just make your way all the way
around putting one single crochet into every loop and then slip stitch into
that first single crochet that we just made once we made our way all the way
around our armhole we did do a slip stitch into the first single crochet
that we did and we did a chain up of one and cut because we need to figure out
where the middle point is for our sleeve since the back in the front aren’t 100%
the same we need to figure out where that middle point is which is where the
seam is and count up all the way around and then insert
stitch marker in through the halfway point and just let you guys know add a
total of 42 single crochets so I have inserted my hook into the twenty first
loop that I have right up here but once we have that try this on and then figure
out how long you guys want your sleeves to be I want mine to be a short sleeve
so I won’t be inserting my hook and through that bottom loop that we have
inserting my yarn onto my hook pull through and I’m going to start off by
making a chain of 13 which comes out to 4 inches or 11 centimeters now that we
have our chain what we’re gonna do from here is block off that last chain do a
chain up of 1 and then into that loop that we blocked off with a second one
from our hook we’re gonna go in with a slip stitch and from here go ahead and
just put one slip stitch into every loop that we have going all the way back down
our base but we are going to leave our last loop because we’re going to be
doing an increase of two slip stitches into that last loop now that we’ve made
it over to the end we’re going to go into that last loop with an increase of
two slip stitches so we’re going to be inserting our hook into that last loop
we’re going to go in with one slip stitch and then we’re going to be doing
another slip stitch into there but the second one could be a little tricky so
if needed go ahead and just pull that second strand of yarn over our first one
and now we have our increase of two once when you have that we’re going to be
slip stitching into the next available loop that we have into the face to close
off this row once when you have that we’re going to be slip stitching into
the next available loop into the base to work our way up to the next row now
we’re going to be flipping our work and once we have this we’re basically going
to be doing back loop slip stitches going all the way back down but
maintaining doing an increase of two into this loop that we have that’s right
next to our base so let’s just do this increase together and then I’ll let you
guys do the rest all the way up until we get to our stitch marker so once when we get here we’re going to
be slip stitching into that first available loop it could be a little snug
since that is our second increased slip stitch but we’re going to go in with two
so there’s our first back loop slip stitch then we have just one more to do
go ahead and pull that second strand over our first if you need to and then
from there just go in with back loop slip stitches going all the way down our
work once we make our way to the end do a chain up of one and flip do more back
loop slip stitches coming back remembering to do an increase in to that
last slip stitch that we have and then we’re going to connect into the base by
slip stitching into that next available loop to close off that row and then to
work our way up to the next row slip stitch into the next available OOP flip
our work do an increase into the first back loop slip stitch and then go all
the way down we’re going to keep going back and forth just like that until we
hit our stitch marker right here and then I’ll meet you guys back so that we
can do basically the same thing but instead of doing increases we’re gonna
be doing decreases back down the other side so we’ve just made our way all the
way up with our increases and we have hit our stitch marker and we’re
basically just going to be doing the same thing that we’ve been doing but
with a decrease of two into the first two loops instead of an increase so
since I’m here I’m gonna take out my stitch marker and we’re just gonna be
going into the first bit together into this first available back loop we’re
gonna be inserting our hook yarn over pull through once when we have that
we’re going to be inserting our hook into the next back loop yarn over once
we have that we’re gonna yarn over pull through everything on our hook and that
is our decrease of two back loops slip stitches and then from here go all the
way down putting one back loop slip stitch into every loop once when we hit
that last loop do a chain up of one flip our work and then work back doing back
loop slip stitches leaving the last two loops that we have right before we get
into the base do a decrease of two back loops slip stitches into there slip
stitch into the base and keep doing that all the way down until we don’t have any
more loops left and then we’ll meet each other back so that we can seam up our
sleeve together so I’ve just made it back around with our sleeve and now what
we’re gonna do from here is just seam all this up and then we’ll be done with
this side so what we’re gonna need to do first is just slip this so that all the
seams will be facing the same side and as you guys can see my top is currently
facing right-side out so all I’m gonna do is just
pinch these two ends together flip it inside out and then now we’re going to
be working along the inside so we are back and we have just gone in with both
of our sleeves one of the last things that we have to do is just go in with a
bottom border and that’s going to be fairly simple we’re first gonna grab our
secondary color and we’re gonna start off by doing a row of single crochet
around the entirety of our bottom that we have right here so all that is is
inserting our hook into any one of these loops does not matter which one and
that’s our 5 millimeter hook but and that’s our five and a half millimeter
hook by the way insert our yarn pull through do a chain up of one once when
we have that we’re going to go all the way around putting one single crochet
into each of these kind of loops that we have and then once we make it all the
way around I’ll meet you guys back so we can get started on a little bottom
border and now that we’ve made our way all the way around with our row of
single crochet now we can go in with the border so what we’re going to do is do a
chain up of however long you guys want your bottom border to be I want mine to
be about 2 inches or 5 centimeters so I’m going to go in with a chain out of 8 now that we have our chain we’re going
to block off that last chain go in with a chain up of 3 that counts as a double
crochet we’re going to prepare for a double crochet and then insert our hook
into that loop that we blocked off or the fourth loop from our hook with a
double crochet just like that and from here just go all the way down the chain
putting 1 double crochet into every loop and then we’ll meet each other back so
that we can slip stitch into the base we’ve just made our way all the way down
with our first row of double crochets and what we’re going to do from here is
count up the next two loops that we have into the base and we’re going to slip
stitch into that second loop just to close off this row and then once we have
that in order to work our way up to the next row we’re going to be slip
stitching up the next two loops as well so there’s one and then there’s two once
when we have that we will flip our work prepare for a double crochet and we’re
going to be going into every back loop that we have with another double crochet
so insert your hook into that back loop yarn over pull through yarn over pull
through two pull through two and the rest of this is going to be exactly the
same just go all the way down putting one double
crochet into every back loop that we have do a chain up of two flip our work
and then do more back the double crochet is going towards the base once when we
hit that base we’re going to be counting up the next to available loops into the
base slip stitch into that second and then do two slip stitches into the next
to available loops into the base flip our work and then do more back loop
double crochets and we’re going to keep doing that all the way around until we
don’t have any more loops left to go into and then from there we’ll meet each
other back so that we can slip stitch at all and then from there we’ll meet each
other back so that we can seam it all up together and now that we’ve made it all
the way around with our bottom border now we just need to seam up the side
that’s going to be super simple all we’re going to do is make sure that it
is flipped so that our seam is going to be on the same side as all of our other
seams once we have that we’re just going to insert our hook into the first
available loop into the front panel next available loop into the back panel and
then single crochet and then go ahead and just keep doing this all the way
down so we don’t have any more loops left go ahead and do a chain up of one
and cut weave just seemed up our small bottom border and now what we’re gonna
have to do is make a chain that can weave in and out of all these little
loops that we left ourselves across our v-neck and I have already made mine I
made a chain of 112 and that comes out to 28 inches or 71 centimeters and now
that we have our chain what we’re going to do is just weave it in and out of all
these loops that we have and I already have mine done and the last thing that
we have to do now is just weave in all of our ends you’ve woven in our ends and
this is our top all done up the short sleeves the hood and the corset detail
across the front is all made with both comfort and style in mind if y’all love
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15 thoughts on “Crochet V Neck Short Sleeve Hoodie | Pattern & Tutorial DIY

  • yay ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜

    it's here … it's here :3
    thank you a lot darling for keeping your promises ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

  • well, I am waiting for my food order haha from my fav Arab restaurant called Naif, their food is clean and didn't disappointed me I love grilled chicken and its best so far :3
    for rice in Arabic style would be my other fav restaurant is Freej Swaleeh ๐Ÿ˜€

    We have many restaurants here in Kuwait fast food and such like kfc, MC'Donalds, burgerking, pizzahut …. etc but I like Arabic style mostly … What about you?

  • Hey hun. My fav restaurant here in Cali is Crab ๐Ÿฆ€ & Spice. I'm a seafood junkie. I ordered the seafood broil with shrimp, potatoes, sausage,& corn. Yummm…๐Ÿ˜‹ I Also love Mexican food.๐ŸŒฎ Well let's just say I'm a foodie. Lol…๐Ÿ˜‚ My sis and I are planning a foodie road trip just to taste all the different foods associated with the different states. By the way thanks for the video. Love,Peace,&Crochet ๐Ÿ’Œ๐Ÿฅ€

  • I love so much girly. Yay. Keep them coming. I'm going to be so so busy. Lol. I hope everything I make come out so pretty. Yay.๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน

  • Great Hoodie๐Ÿ˜ I love the colour patterns. The V neck sets it off. My favourite restaurant is my kitchen lol.
    Being on a farm itโ€™s all fresh and homegrown so better for me. I can also cook up a storm โ˜บ๏ธ

  • Beautiful colorway. Also love your tutorials. I donโ€™t have a favorite restaurant because I cook at home. That way I know whatโ€™s in and on my food. If I take my mom out it would be a Japanese restaurant on her birthday.

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