Stanton Hoodie

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Pattern format

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Ready to be cozy and stylish? The Stanton Hoodie lets you create an athleisure piece that looks smart and feels great, because it's custom-fitted to your body, with cup sizes from C - H! If you have bigger boobs, hoodies often end up uncomfortably tight or sloppy and oversized, but Cashmerette patterns are designed for curves to give you an amazing fit at the bustline AND at the rest of your body.

The Stanton features a pullover and a zip-up version, and both have a curved yoke at the shoulder with the great fit of a set-in sleeve. The roomy pockets let you leave your purse at home and run free. Get playful with color-blocking or go monochrome for a chic look. From the yoga studio, to the coffee shop, you'll be looking sharp!

This Cashmerette pattern includes:

  • Cup sizes from C to H
  • A sizing calculator which will tell you exactly which size to make
  • A beautifully illustrated and detailed instruction booklet, to guide you no matter your sewing level

Get even more from your Stanton with the Stanton Hoodie Expansion, which adds half-zip and sweater dress variations. Join Cashmerette Club as an All Access member to get this expansion.

Want to see how this pattern will look on you? Sketch your plans on a body outline croquis that's custom made to your measurements with MyBodyModel. Learn more » 

Product information


Advanced beginner


0-16 in three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H); includes 33-46” bust and 35-46” hip. Find your size in seconds using our size calculator.

Also available in sizes 12 - 32.


Main fabric: Sweatshirt fleece, fleece, french terry, ponte or any mid to heavy weight knit fabrics - requires at least 15% cross wise stretch.

Lining: Light weight knit fabric such as jersey or ITY

Ribbing: Knit ribbed fabric for cuffs and band (either tubular or by the yard)

Interfacing: Small pieces of midweight fusible interfacing for grommet installation; light to mid-weight fusible for zipper shield in view B (optional). 


Ballpoint or stretch needle, thread, 18" (45cm) of 3/8" (1cm) wide twill tape, 24" (61cm) long separating zipper for view B, 2 grommets (1/4"(6mm) inner diameter and 1/2" (12mm) outer diameter)), 55" (140cm) of 1/4" (6mm) diameter cording, 2 cord stops (optional). 


Zipper foot (view B), grommet setting tool or buttonhole foot, point turner, tailor's ham or rolled up towel. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
Great hoodie, but check sleeve fit before cutting!

I really like this pattern! The way the hoodie is constructed allows for many creative ways to color block and the chance to use small remnants. I made my hoodie the size per the calculator, used the full bicep sleeve, and added 2” to the bodice length (though I think it would be fine as drafted, I was worried it would be too cropped) and 1.5” to sleeve length. Everything fit perfectly, except for the sleeve below the bicep through the elbow. It is very narrow, I can not wear long sleeves under this one. Next time I will add 1-2” to sleeve width where the sleeve pattern piece visibly narrows. Looking forward to making another Stanton!

Jo Stegenga

I made the size 16 exactly like the gray colored block one you have pictured. I did a high round back adjustment and added 2 inches for length in the body. It turned out beautiful and love wearing it. Thank you for such a great pattern.

Petite+E cup can finally look casual but not sloppy

As a very short, narrow shouldered busty person, the current fashion of boxy fits and dropped shoulders isn’t doing me any favours — everything just looks like it doesn’t fit, and makes me look like a middle aged child if you can imagine such a thing. This pattern is terrific because I can get a relaxed look in a colour I love and wear this as a topper without looking sloppy or childish. I spent a long time on this, but mainly because I wanted to work out a hack to add more/different pockets. I’m happy with the result, but I now know why the pattern has the pockets it does, and I wouldn’t make the pattern my way next time. :) This was also the first item I’ve sewn with a separating zipper, and I’m really happy to have had my hand held through it.

Stanton hoodie expansion pack

I meant to make a Stanton with just the standup collar and a zipper. The collar was too tall for me so I cut it down in half. The shirt was much too cropped for me so I lengthened the band several inches. I will make it again with my revisions and should be a lot happier with it.

Samantha Pope
Stanton + Club Expansion = Jacket

I started with the fabric, a printed stretch velvet that needed a great jacket to show it off. I'm not a hoodie person so where Cashmerette Club released the Stanton Hoodie Expansion pattern with a collar option and full length zip option I knew I had found the right design. My version is a combination of two elements not specifically designed to go together. I teamed my bold print with indigo velvet accents and used the welt pockets from the Cashmerette Club Kimball Bomber jacket instead of the patch pocket in the pattern. Size 18 G.
When the Ashwood pants were released as a Club pattern I used in to made matching track pants.

Mary Ellen O'Neill
Love It

I purchased the pattern to make for a friends daughter. I love the details in the styling and it was a fun make. My friend loves her Stanton Christmas hoodie. I plan to reprint a size closer to my measurements and make one for myself. Can't wait! And thanks to Whitney @Tomkat stitchers for raving about the pattern. 🥰. Didn't get a good picture of it.