This cute cropped V-neck cardigan layers beautifully to keep the crisp autumn breeze at bay.View Project
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!
This round yoke top-down sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe. Featuring embossed lines around the yoke and slight waist shaping, this flattering project can easily be whipped up in just a weekend.View Project
This soft and tweedy cardigan is perfect as the nights draw in, grab your mug and wrap yourself in a hug and let the warmth envelop you. Crocheted sideways to create vertical stripes, this cardigan couldn’t be easier, the back and both sides are worked the same to create the large wrappable front.View Project
This ombré tapestry crochet chunky sweater is the perfect project to wear when the temperature drops, with the chunky yarn keeping you extra toasty. The hardest part? Choosing the colors!View Project
Get ready to go anywhere in this comfy sweater – it’s the perfect fall pullover. Worked top down and features ribbed shoulder and side panels, full-length sleeves and ribbing at collar, hem and cuffs. No seaming makes this project a breeze!View Project
This beautiful cardigan starts with a row of beautiful motifs that is worked on both fronts and center back. The rest of the body is worked sideways in a simple double crochet pattern. The three-quarter length sleeves are worked in double crochet with a row of motifs at the cuffs.View Project
Raegan is the perfect transition piece for the slow shift into cooler weather. Chain stitches and strategically placed post crochets make up the fabric of this sweater giving the front and back the appearance of soft triangular intersections that resemble cable bridge supports. Heavy worsted yarn makes this a relatively fast project, while its unique mesh makes it light and comfortable for cool weather wear.View Project
Makayla is a mesh sweater that was inspired by a traditional korean wooden door pattern. Crocheted in a luxurious and shiny yarn, this sweater can be dressed up or worn with jeans for a more casual style. Wear over a tank top for a breezy yet cozy style that will take you from season to season.View Project
Ivanna is the bold sweater that’s sure to make a statement this season. This almost abstract representation of a chevron fabric with one solid V motif is an eye-catcher, while the unique and clever construction of the front panel is likely to engage both intermediate and expert crocheters alike.View Project
A cocoon cardigan need not be a warm accessory, simply a colorful or visually interesting topper swimwear and summer outfits. The beauty of the piece is the way in which the simple rectangle shape is folded and seamed then worked in the round to complete the front and cuffs.View Project