This comfortable lightweight sweater is perfect for those late summer nights that are slowly turning into chilly fall weather. Featuring cute little crocheted stars, this sweater is for those free spirits that want to wear something fun and edgy.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 is a gorgeous cardigan worked in floral motifs that are joined as you go, which means no after-pattern sewing! Featuring a wide, square neckline and three-quarter length sleeves, this classic top boasts the perfect spring fit.View Project
As proven in this wearable project, the classics never go out of style! Three-quarter sleeves, raglan shaping and adorable scalloped edging elevate this cardigan to wardrobe staple status.View Project
Brooke is worked sideways and expertly combines small and larger scallop motifs to create a layered look. Finished off with a darker color on the edges, this cardigan is a polished addition to your spring closet.View Project
This sweater is a true work of heart and it’s just what you need to brighten up a wintery day. Dress it up with a fun skirt or wear it with your favorite pair of jeans for a classic look.View Project
Get ready for some fun stitches in this unique cardigan! Shells, spike stitches, post-stitch ridges, and more decorate the yoke of this 3-season sweater. It is crocheted seamlessly from the top down making finishing almost effortless.View Project
Head outdoors in a cozy sweater with accents of deep McIntosh Apple red. You’ll want to cozy up with this sturdy cardigan all season long.View Project
Pair lace and satin ribbon ties with an open-sided, kimono style cardigan for a pattern that’s romantic, light and effortless. Ideal for first-time garment makers, this project features no shaping but achieves stunning results.View Project
Create your own iconic sweater featuring the timeless Breton stripes. Traditionally described as a cotton top with blue stripes, the Breton style originated from French navy uniforms in the late 1800s. Inspired by this trend, this sweater incorporates stripes with a modern twist – a relaxed fit and an off-the-shoulder neckline.View Project
Chilly summer evenings have met their match with this jacket. A nod to the old granny square pieces of the past, the Throwback Thursday Jacket has granny squares that are connected with cream instead of black yarn. This subtle shift makes all the difference!View Project