Road Trip Jean Jacket - Heather Moore Makes

Restyle your jean jacket with this easy to adapt pattern.


-4mm Crochet Hook
-Any Worsted Weight Yarn
-Tapestry Needle

I purchased this dusty rose jean jacket with the idea of creating a unique one-of-a-kind piece of clothing. The first thing that stood out to me were the buttons. They were branded and I knew I was going to cover them up with yarn.

All these beautiful button coverings really take this jacket to another level.

1 inch Button Covering

Create as many button coverings as you need for your jacket.

Add or subtract rounds to fit the size of your button.


Create a magic ring

Rd 1: ch1, sc7 into ring, sl st in 1st sc to join (7 sc)

Rd 2: ch1, *2sc inc* rep 6x, sl st in 1st sc to join (12 sc)

Rd 3: ch1, sc12 in the blo, sl st in 1st sc to join (12 sc)

-Secure yarn from beginning of button (at the magic ring) and weave in ends

Rd 4: ch1, sc2tog rep 6x, sl st in 1st sc to join (12 sc)

-Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing

Weave tail end of yarn in-between each st of rd 4

Slide over button and pull tail end to close and secure

Secure ends and weave in to further secure


Make 6 squares or any amount that you would like to fill in the back of your jacket.

Add or eliminate rounds as you prefer.

-Create a magic ring

Rd 1: ch3 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc2, ch2, dc3, ch2 rep 3x, sl st in 1st dc to join (12 dc, 4 ch2sp)

Rd 2: sl st to next ch2sp, ch3, in ch2sp work dc2, ch2, dc3, ch1, *in next ch2sp work dc3, ch2, dc3, ch1*, rep 3x, sl st in 1st dc to join (16 dc, 4 ch2sp, 4 ch1sp)

Sew squares together with the same yarn you used in your squares.

Using a sharp needle, sew to jacket by going around the perimeter in each stitch.

Secure and weave in all ends.

Now there' one thing left to do... take it on a roady trip!

I wore mine out on the Burr Trail, one of Utah's most scenic drives.

Heather Moore