Make a sweet little cardigan that’s perfect for your little princess. Rhinestone buttons paired with lavender yarn make this a classic cardigan that can be dressed up or down depending on the event.View Project
These crochet baby sweater patterns are so adorable! See how you can quickly and easily make your own darling sweater that’s perfect for your little one. These baby sweaters are also so quick to make since they’re so much smaller than regular designs.
Find the perfect Christmas or birthday gift for your little one here, or find inspiration for the best baby shower gift ever! These baby sweaters will keep your favorite little one warm and cozy – and oh-so-stylish.
With crochet baby sweaters, you can be sure your little one will be super warm since you can choose the perfect yarn for the job – from chunky and bulky to soft and lightweight, whatever type of sweater you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. You can find some darling baby cardigan patterns as well as traditional crochet pullovers.
Delilah is a comfy, oversized sweater with basic sideways construction. Cozy yet breathable, she won’t complain about being too hot or too confined in this timeless piece. Plus, it’s perfect for both spring and fall weather alike!View Project
For the littlest social butterfly, this sweater will be the highlight of her new spring play clothes. Crochet as many butterflies as you would like and pretty soon she’ll be asking for butterflies on everything you make for her!View Project
Inspired by the spicy-sweet flavor of Braeburn apples, this pint-sized pullover is sure to please. This project features ribbing at the sleeves and hem, suede elbow patches, a funnel collar and buttons with loop closures.View Project
Kill ‘em with cuteness this Halloween. This cat sweater is crocheted mostly using the tunisian method, giving the appearance of knitted fabric. Make in the color scheme shown for a spooky, yet adorable black cat.View Project
Lions, and tigers, and panda bears – oh my! Crochet a panda bear applique for a cute vest that’s perfect for family get-togethers.View Project
Nautical blues and grays make this toddler sweater a summer must. Set sail with this pattern and you’ll be done crocheting it in no time at all.View Project
Don’t be spooked — this striking sweater does not require otherworldly crochet skills. The rows of Catherine’s Wheel stitches are interesting and edgy and your little one will be snuggly prepared for October nights.View Project
Some outfits are too timeless to ever stop being cute, and this darling short-sleeved cardigan definitely falls in that category. Decorated with sunny yellow flowers, it finishes with a Peter Pan collar that adds some extra feminine charm to the final design.View Project
Adorable doesn’t even begin to describe this toddler long-sleeve tee. Little bows crocheted into the sleeves and the back make the top really special. Watch out though, she’ll be asking for one in all of her favorite colors!View Project