Everyone needs a warm stylish jacket to feel their best on a cold day. It’s time to rethink the shape of dog jackets to provide better coverage and comfort for dogs and make it easier to get our dogs into their jackets, particularly broad chested breeds and those who do not like to slip their feet into a sleeve. Bleu checks all the boxes and looks adorable to boot.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!
Soft, fluffy and super cuddly, Piper is hooked up in a flash, working from the center back to the cuff. Size up for an even more oversized fit, and snuggle down on a chilly evening!View Project
Fair Isle sweaters aren’t just for knitters! Crocheted seamlessly from the top down, this classic patterned sweater will become an instant winter wardrobe staple. Plus, if you’re still struggling with the concept of Fair Isle crocheting, our video tutorial below is sure to help.View Project
This shawl collared pullover features a deep V neckline with button accents, wide ribbing on sleeves and a textured stitch pattern.View Project
Whether you’re enjoying nights beside the campfire, or visiting a rustic wooden cabin, this gorgeous cardigan will keep you warm and toasty as you enjoy the great outdoors!View Project
Buttons, three-quarter-length sleeves and a loose fit — this cardigan is just what the bookworm ordered. It’s even easy and fast to make for a newbie, so you can return to curling up in your cozy corner with your Jane Austen novel once it’s done.View Project
The geese may be flying south, but you are all set for the crisp fall air with this cozy jacket. A smart two-color pattern of v’s in formation worked side to side in a lofty tweed yarn with excellent drape, works up quickly. Wear it closed with a modern leather clasp, or open for a classic shawl collar.View Project
This light sweater features an asymmetrical neckline and a elbow-length sleeves for the perfect transitional look. Take a stroll through town and enjoy the winter sunshine and fresh air.View Project
Laidback, minimalist style for all skill levels and body types. This oversized, cropped sweater is the cabin sweater you, your sister and your friends will all be wearing this season while you hike in search of fall colors in the trees.View Project
Neutral colors paired with rich texture give this oversized cardigan a purposeful, patchwork feel. To create your own, make a simple rectangle with arm holes, worked from side-to-side, to form the body of the garment. Then, add in double crochet sleeves and a striped collar to create a truly cozy and cabin-ready design.View Project