Looking for a Hoodie Pattern for Adult

Hi all.
I’m looking for a hoodie pattern for adults … with or without zippers. I’ve found lots for bigger yarn, but I have some small yarn (22 stitches and 30 rows to 4 inches).

Has anyone seen anything like this?

My wallaby pattern say 18 stitches to the four inch but you could probably fiddle with the pattern to make it work for your yarn.

I second stirsmommy’s suggestion. The wallaby is a great, seamless sweater. You can probably make adjustments for a different type of yarn. If you want to see what it looks like, check out my blog, I made a tiny one for my nephew. There is also a link to a site you can buy the pattern from on there too.

tritto the wallaby. i made one for my now 5yo dd, pictured in my blog. and i have a tiny one otn now for a 9 mo baby of my friend in china.

you can try http://knitty.com/ISSUEwinter04/PATTmariah.html. I haven’t made it, but love the design!

I don’t have a link, but there’s a pullover called Rogue that has some cabling that is just beautiful :slight_smile:

Here’s the link for Rogue
I am just fixing to order it myself and noticed it mentioned in
this thread :slight_smile:

Those are all beautiful sweaters! Especially the Rogue one… i might have to buy that pattern.

I just wouldn’t know how to go about modifying any of the patterns for my yarn. Of course, maybe I could try…the worst that could happen is that it wouldn’t work I suppose.

Thanks for the links…now if only my LYS had the Wallabye Pattern for sale.

i got my wallaby pattern online. a google search found these:


(on another forum, they call me the enabler.) :wink:

I am about to start this pattern. It is also for bigger yarn, but you could do a little math and make a bigger size. Since it is a top-down raglan, you can try it on as you go along for a great fit. With the currency conversion I think the pattern cost around $5.60 and you can download it.



there is a good one here using DK weight yarn.
its called ‘Natural Pleasures’. scroll down.
You need to Join to download pattern, but its free and easy.

Here’s yet another http://chicknits.com/catalog/lotech.html It’s a downloadable pattern at 18 st/inch, however they do give several sizes so you may be able to adjust it for your yarn. Very plain, but you can do so much with it!