Voltron Keith Jacket Crochet Pattern

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Designed by The Scarlet Stitch

Skill Level: Easy

Size: Women’s small/medium

I managed to completely forget to take stills of this jacket as I crocheted this, but I did film it all for a work log video. I’ll admit the angle isn’t the most detailed one I could’ve gone with but I was expecting to have supplementary photos for the written portion of my pattern. With that being said, I tried my best to be as detailed as I could in the voice over of my work log, so I really hope it’s not too confusing without WIP pics!

Abbreviations

Blo- Back loop only

Ch- chain

Dec- decrease

Rep- Repeat

Rnd- crochet in the round

Sc- Single crochet

Sl st- slip stitch

St(s)- stitch

Materials

  • h hook

  • dark red acrylic #4 weight yarn

  • light red, white, and yellow acrylic weight #4 yarn

  • scissors (or yarn cutter charm)

  • tapestry needle

Instructions

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Front Shirt Panel (Make 2)

(Using light red yarn)

ch 23

Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across, turn- 22 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 22 hdc

Row 3: ch 1, hdc across, hdc 2 in last st, turn- 23 hdc

Row 4: ch 1, hdc 2 in 1st 2 sts, hdc across, turn- 25 hdc

Row 5: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 25 hdc

Row 6-8: rep Row 5, turn- 25 hdc

[switch to yellow yarn] Row 9-15: rep row 5, turn- 25 hdc

[switch back to light red yarn] Row 16-27: rep row 5, turn- 25 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

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Back Shirt Panel

White Part

ch 51

Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across, turn- 50 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 50 hdc

Row 3-5: re row 2, turn- 50 hdc

Row 6: dec in 1st and last 2 sts, hdc across, turn- 48 hdc

Row 7-8: rep row 6, turn- 46/44 hdc

Row 9: [cut yarn and start next row 11 sts in from end of row 8] Dec in 1 2 sts, hdc across next 20 sts, dec in next 2 sts, turn- 22 hdc

Row 10: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 22 hdc

Row 11: dec in 1st and last 2 sts, hdc across, turn- 20 hdc

Row 12: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 20 hdc

Row 13: dec in 1st and last 2 sts, hdc across, turn- 18 hdc

Row 14: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 18 hdc

Row 15: dec in 1st and last 2 sts, hdc across, turn- 16 hdc

Row 16: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 16 hdc

Row 17-27: rep row 16, turn- 16 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

Red Panels (Make 2)

(using light red yarn)

ch 17

Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across, turn- 16 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 16 hdc

Row 3: ch 1, hdc 2 in 1st st, hdc across, turn- 17 hdc

Row 4: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 17 hdc

Row 5: ch 1, hdc 2 in 1st st, hdc across, turn- 18 hdc

Row 6: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 18 hdc

Row 7-20: rep row 6, turn- 18 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

Sc sides of front and back shirt panels together. Try on to get a feel for where the sleeve hole will go down to on the side and sc up to that point, keeping in mind that when the top of the sleeve is added it will add more room to the sleeve hole.

Sleeve (Make 2)

White Stripe

ch 13

Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hokk, hdc across, turn- 12 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 12 hdc

Row 3- 65: rep row 2, turn- 12 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

sc one end of the stripe to the tops of the shirt panels

Red Panel

(Using light red yarn)

Row 1: [hdc into the side of the white stripe] hdc across, turn- 39 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 39 hdc

Row 3-24: rep row 2, turn- 39 hdc

Row 25: sc row 24 to the other side of the white stripe

cut yarn, weave in end

Sleeve Cuff

(Using white yarn)

Rnd 1: [st around the bottom of the sleeve] hdc around, sl st together- 39 hdc

Rnd 2: hdc around, sl st together- 39 hdc

Rnd 3-11: rep row 2- 39 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

Red Trim

(Using dark red yarn)

ch 9

Row 1: blo sc in 2nd ch from hook, blo sc across, turn- 8 sc

Row 2: ch 1, blo sc across, turn- 8 sc

Row 3-75: rep row 2, turn- 8 sc

cut yarn, sc to base of the jacket, weave in ends

Collar

(Using white yarn)

Row 1: [st into top of shirt panels] hdc across, turn- 39 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across, turn- 39 hdc

Row 3-9: rep row 2, turn- 39 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

White Trim (Do to both sides of jacket front)

Row 1: [working from top of collar along to side of the front jacket panel] hdc across, turn- 52 hdc

Row 2: ch 1, hdc across- 52 hdc

cut yarn, weave in ends

Weave in any remaining ends (Let’s be real this is where I actually weave in my ends but I wrote it throughout the pattern to show myself how easy it would’ve been to keep up with them as I worked.)

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