Crochet Bomber Hoodie Pattern:


  • Worsted weight yarn in your desired color (approximately 1000-1500 yards)
  • Crochet hook suitable for your yarn (usually around 5.5mm to 6.5mm)
  • Stitch markers
  • Yarn needle
  • Buttons or zipper for front closure

Gauge: Gauge isn’t critical for this pattern, but make sure your stitches are consistent to achieve the desired fit.

Sizes: This pattern can be adapted to various sizes. Common sizes include S, M, L, and XL. Adjust your starting chain and stitch counts accordingly.


  • ch: chain
  • sc: single crochet
  • hdc: half double crochet
  • dc: double crochet
  • st(s): stitch(es)
  • rep: repeat
  • inc: increase (work two stitches in one stitch)
  • dec: decrease (work two stitches together)


Back Panel:

  1. Chain the desired width for the back panel.
  2. Work in rows of hdc or dc until the piece reaches the desired length (from neckline to bottom edge).

Front Panels (make 2):

  1. Chain the desired width for each front panel.
  2. Work in rows of hdc or dc until the piece reaches the same length as the back panel.
  3. Create a neckline shaping by decreasing a few stitches at the center edge in each row. Continue until the neckline depth is suitable.

Sleeves (make 2):

  1. Chain the desired length for the sleeves.
  2. Work in rounds of hdc or dc, increasing gradually to create a slightly tapered sleeve shape.
  3. Continue until the sleeves reach your desired length.


  1. Create a rectangular panel of hdc or dc that matches the width of the back panel.
  2. Fold the rectangle in half and seam the top edge, leaving an opening for the face.
  3. Attach the hood to the neckline of the back panel and front panels. Seam them together.


  1. Seam the sides of the front panels and back panel together to form the body of the hoodie.
  2. Seam the sleeves to the armholes.
  3. Add a row of sc or hdc along the front edges of the hoodie for a clean finish.
  4. Attach buttons or a zipper to the front for closure.


  1. Weave in all loose ends.
  2. Block your hoodie to even out stitches and ensure proper sizing.

Remember, this is a general outline of how to crochet a bomber hoodie. You can customize the pattern by adding pockets, ribbing, or other embellishments as desired. Make sure to refer to specific stitch instructions and measurements as you work through each section. Happy crocheting!