Sweaters

Crochet sweaters are the coziest companions for the harsh, bitter winters. As an alternative to buying expensive wool sweaters, though, try giving a crochet sweater pattern a try instead!

Crochet sweater patterns aren’t as hard as they might seem – most sweater patterns use basic crochet stitches, but there are some that use more complicated techniques and color changes. Don’t be intimidated, though, because no matter your skill level, you absolutely can crochet a sweater.

Find something with basic crochet stitches to start out, and then you can start working on designs with intricate stitches, complicated colorwork and even fun shaping styles.

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert crocheter, you’ll be able to find the best crochet sweater pattern for you! Don’t be scared, try a sweater pattern today!


Vivien Duster Cardigan

Stand out in a crowd with this stunning duster inspired by the sunset. Made from the bottom up with minimum seaming, the sleeves are crocheted directly onto the garment. Working in the front loop creates a subtle stitch texture that adds to the visual interest and is easy enough for a beginner crocheter to try.

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Margareta Cardi

If you have not yet entered into the world of knitting, or just want to make classic knit textures with your hook, this cardi is a fun place to start. Pearly shades of burgundy, wine and rose make these bold stripes and construction truly pop.

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Pippa Half-Zip Sweater

This project is destined to be the most used sweater in everyone’s handmade wardrobe this season! Utilizing a textured or boucle yarn, a sherpa-like fabric is created. In tandem with clever construction techniques, the finished project will look just like your favorite on-trend fleeces. Crocheted top down with a raglan style construction, the zipper is sewn on afterward and the optional furry texture is created after finishing by brushing the fabric with a fiber brush.

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Maylin Cropped Cardigan

Maylin is a simple, cropped V-neck cardigan with bishop-style sleeves and a ribbed texture. Cardigan utilizes the use of two different color yarns in a similar color tone to add interest and contrast to the design. You could also use contrasting colors to make a bolder fashion statement.

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Filippa Crochet Sweater Blazer

Nothing quite nails effortless style like a sweater blazer. Create your own with this easy-to-crochet blazer that features a simple stitch pattern, minimal shaping, practical pockets and an optional belt tie. Dress this piece up and down — no matter which style you’re going for, you’ll find yourself grabbing this garment all season long.

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Arley Cardi

Arley is the perfect beginner cardigan for granny stitch lovers. Once you have acquired your basic granny skills, it’s time to scale-up to this beauty. Two hexagons folded and seamed together, worked in a very simple pattern, with the only challenge of an easy sleeve shape.

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Alpenglow Cardigan

Alpenglow is a shawl-collar, open-front cardigan with a sunset motif and decorative embroidery detail. The embroidery is a simple, free-style embellishment that adds a bohemian flair to this piece. The name “Alpenglow” means “the rosy light of the setting or rising sun on high mountains” in German.

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