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Crochet Hoodie Pattern: Crochet Foundry Winter 2021

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I’m SO EXCITED because I had the amazing opportunity to be a part of the Winter 2021 issue of Crochet Foundry Magazine!!! You’ll find crochet patterns for nine garments and two blankets (mine is the crochet hoodie pattern called the Bonfire Snuggles Hoodie!). There are so many fabulous patterns from some of my favorite designers within this issue. Keep reading for more information about the issue, yarn, crochet hook, & patterns!

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Before we begin, here are some quick links for you:

  • If you want the Winter Issue of Crochet Foundry Magazine, then you can find it here!
  • If you want this crochet hoodie pattern, then you can find it on Etsy OR get an even bigger discount HERE where you can get 2 PATTERNS for the price of 1!
  • Use the pattern hashtag #BonfireSnugglesHoodie on Instagram to show off your makes!
  • Shop WeCrochet Billow here!
  • Shop Furls Odyssey Crochet Hooks here!
  • If you have any pattern questions, then please email herrstitches@gmail.com.
  • Do you want another easy crochet pattern for beginners? Check out my other crochet patterns here.

About the Issue

The Crochet Foundry Magazine team comes up with a new theme for every issue. This is always exciting because the themes are cute, well thought out, and the resulting designs, although vastly different, somehow always come together around the common theme. Last season (aka Fall 2021) the theme was “Desert Boho” – think of hip festivals in the Sonoran, endless red sand with low mountains looming in the distance, styles inspired by the free-spirited side of the American Southwest (check out my blog post on that issue here!). Well this issue, the theme is Winter Romance – think snowy date nights, cuddled together watching movies, or just lighting a cozy candle and enjoying peaceful winter evenings crocheting. How fun is that?!

The Designs

As I mentioned, this issue contains crochet patterns for nine garments, two accessories, and two blankets! AND every garment pattern is size-inclusive (because EVERY BODY looks fabulous in crochet!). What I love about this issue (and about every issue!), is that there is such a wide variety in the types of garments. There’s a cardigan, crop top, ruana, sweater, poncho, dress, hoodie, and even a cloakigan! So truly there is a project for everyone and every skill level.

Yarn for Crochet Hoodie Pattern

The yarn I used for this hoodie is from none other than the fabulous WeCrochet! Specifically, it’s called Billow, which is a weight 5 bulky yarn, in the color Ice Lily. It’s made of 100% Pima Cotton, which creates a beautiful and soft fabric when worked up.  The best part is that the yarn has a rustic look to it, as the strands go from thick to thin texture throughout the skein.   This creates a stunning and unique look for all projects made with it. Not only is it great for people with sensitive skin, but it also comes in 24 colors!

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Hook for Crochet Hoodie Pattern

If you followed my blog for any length of time, I’m sure you can assume which brand of hook I used! It was a Furls Crochet hook, of course! I used a J/6mm Furls Odyssey Hook. I had never used an Odyssey hook before this project, and I was very impressed with how sturdy the hook was. It’s quite heavy, but I found that the weight makes it easier and faster to crochet. I also love that this hook comes in so many different colors (13 to be exact!). Personally, I used the white hook for my project, but I have my eye on the bright Lime one for future projects. If you’ve never used a Furls hook before, check out my blog post here comparing 3 different types of Furls hooks.

I hope you enjoy the Winter Issue of Crochet Foundry Magazine and the new crochet hoodie pattern!



P.S. I absolutely LOVE seeing your makes! If you make any Herr Stitches patterns, then tag me and I’ll share them!

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