Stanton Hoodie


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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

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 27 reviews
Jennifer Forjan
Cute pattern

I made the Stanton Expansion sweatshirt dress. It came out adorably. I am an advanced beginner and I will say the pattern was not the easiest to follow (the pictures could've been clearer). Also, the AO file doesn't label which pieces need to be mirror images, which would've been helpful when cutting using my projector. The sleeves are a little short (and I'm only 5'3"), but I'm not sure if that's my fault or the pattern's. All in all, it was a labor of love but it came out beautifully. Looking forward to wearing my new sweatshirt dress while sewing?

Kim H
Stanton hoodie

I made a colour blocked 1/2 zip with the collared neckline. Instructions were beautifully written and easy to follow, and I tried a new technique doing the welted seam finish. My first attempt was wearable, the only thing I’d do differently is extend the length slightly as it’s a bit cropped.

Gretchen Heinlein-Wilson
Stanton Hoodie and expansion pack

I’ve made the Stanton hoodie and it fits me perfectly. I was planning on trying to hack a collar for it. I was so happy to have the expansion pack with a collar and dress. I have the fabric to make my sweatshirt dress. I will be making it soon.

Almost perfect

I loved making this jacket. The instructions and construction went together a dream. The only downside for me was that the ease in the sleeves was too tight to wear over a tee shirt. It feels a bit snug all around. I made the size suggested by my measurements, but I guess I prefer more ease in a hoodie. I will make this again in the size up. Love the pattern

Diane Hall

I love this pattern, so easy to follow and great results!