11+ Sweet and Free Crochet Sweater Pattern Ideas and Images

#1 Elisabeth Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

When I first started crochet, I knew I could never make anything like a sweater. It looked very complex and painstakingly long to complete. Imagine being surprised when I realized this was really easy! There are tons of simple yet still beautiful patterns to make your own crochet sweaters. This list is just part of what you’ll find. This pretty sweater is a great addition to your wardrobe. Light and airy, it works great over a tank or as a light sweater when the weather gets colder in the fall.

You will need a cable needle.

Finished measurements:
Bust circumference: 40.5 (43.75, 48.25, 52.5, 56.25) “103 (111, 122.5, 133, 143) cm
Finished length: 23.5 (24.5, 25.25, 26, 26.75) “60 (62, 64, 66, 68) cm
Sleeve to Underarm: 17.75 (17.75 (18, 18, 18) “45 (45, 46, 46, 46) cm

Yarn used:
Rowan chooses thick cashmere
Shade 304 Stormy Sky – and (7, 8, 9, 10) balls

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#2 SubLime Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

If you are looking for that perfect fall sweater, look no further. The SubLime Sweater is your fast and fun fall sweater that blends texture with color and brings you everything fall feels like! Choose your colors by matching the trees outside or do what my pattern testers did and make a sweet corn version, match the colors of your favorite hockey team or why not Harry Potter colors. The mix of colors and options make it a sweater that is unique to you and your preferences.

This pattern is written in six sizes: XS (S, M, L, XL, 2XL)
Body / Bust 33.5 “(37.4”, 41.3 “, 45.3”, 49.2 “, 53.1”)

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#3 Milho rei Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Knitted with merino wool, Maize-King is an autumn model, of warm colors days and nights that require a coat. Yellow and bordeaux, predominant tones, resemble the colors of corn and the old festivities of defoliation, where the coveted corn-king was a reason for joy and an excuse to distribute kisses and hugs.

Yarn: 3 (3, 3, 4, 4) skeins of Merian da Rosários 4, in color 15 (50g / 220m) – Color A
3 (3, 3, 4, 4) skeins of Merino Land from Rosários 4, in color 29 (50g / 220m) – Color B

FINAL MEASURES: 106 (114, 125, 135, 146, 154) cm of chest contour (these measures already include approx. 18 cm of clearance)

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#4 Nikoleta Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Hedgehog Fibers SKINNY SINGLES (Fingering Weight; 100% Merino Wool; 400 yards / 365 meters per 100g)
Hedgehog Fibers KIDSILK LACE (Cord weight; 70% mohair, 30% silk; 459 yards / 420 meters per 50g)
Circular needle 4.00 mm (US 6), 16 “/ 40 cm and 32” / 80 cm long (or longer for larger sizes), and a set of double pointed needles (DPN) or needle in your preferred style for work small circles on the 3.75 mm (US 5), 16 ”/ 40 cm round circular needle for the neckband or needle in your preferred style to work small circles in the round

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#5 Ariosa Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Soft and fluffy are qualities we love in cold weather knits. Add lace and a beautiful halo of yarn and you are left with a sweater you will never want to take off. Ariosa combines Bella Cash and Penna into a dreamy, hazy garment that’s as fun to knit as it is to wear.
Small (medium, large, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, 6X)
Shown small with 5 ”of positive ease.

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#6 Fern Canyon Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Cascade Yarns® 220 Merino;
100% merino wool; 100g (3.5oz) / 220 yards (200m);
3 (4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6) skeins color # 11 (Pewter) MC
1 (1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2) skein (s) color # 26 (Jungle Green) CC
16 inch US 6 (4mm) knitting needles or size to get gauge
24 inch US 6 (4mm) knitting needles or size to get gauge
Double pointed US 6 (4mm) knitting needles or size to get gauge
Stitch markers
Thread needle
Waste yarn
Finished measurements:
32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56) “bankrupt
20.5 (21, 21, 21.5, 21.5, 22, 22) “long

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#7 Sigfrid Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

SIZE: Includes instructions for 6 sizes: small, medium, large, xl, 2xl and 3xl (bust range 32-54 ”). You will need yarn yarn (category 4) for this sweater. Specific threads and substitutes are provided in the pattern.
The DIGITAL pattern includes:
-List of materials needed to complete the project
– Size chart / approximate measurements finished
-Terminology Guide: This pattern uses standard US crochet terminology.
-Written pattern
-Photography tutorials
-Links to video tutorials
-Finishing instructions

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#8 My Favorite Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Meet my favorite sweater! My Favorite Sweater is a roomy design that seamlessly combines draped fabric with tailored details, all woven in our luxurious 100% Merino Wool Dream yarn. With a name not given lightly, we think My Favorite Sweater could become your favorite too.

My Favorite Sweater features a generously sized silhouette, perfect high neckline, and dramatic puffer sleeves. It is worked from the bottom up and mainly in the round. The pattern includes sizes XS to 2X / 3X.

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#9 Wheel of Life Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

From nature, to science, to art, one thing that always strikes me is the mystery of life. I love mythology and have always been interested in visual symbolism about life and death. The Wheel of Life sweater is inspired by the mystery of life. The lily flower mimics the lily flower, which is a symbol of birth. So at the bottom of the sweater, we have the planting of flowers or the birth of life. In the yoke of the sweater there are moons and stars. I am always fascinated by the beauty of the stars and their finite life in the Universe. For me, the explosion of a star is an amazing incarnation of death. So the moons and stars symbolize death. Then between the symbols of birth and death, you have what looks slightly like a strand of DNA or the symbol of infinity. In my design this represents the wheel of life, always turning, always moving.

I wanted the beautiful textures of the two strands to stick together and of course the color work was the focus of this sweater. I chose a color palette that feels very “me” as a designer. Soft but saturated hues tend to be my favorites, and I always like to pair jewel tones with a pastel. As for the silhouette, I love things that feel elegant and elevated, where I can see a lot of people wearing and feeling great, so I always try to bring that into my design work.

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#10 Someday Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Have you ever thought that one day you’d like to crochet a sweater? Or maybe crocheting a garment seemed a bit daunting? Well, if you’re looking for your first crochet garment project the Someday Sweater is a great beginner-friendly sweater pattern! This simple crochet pullover features a comfy, boxy fit, slight balloon sleeves and an adjustable length!

Made with bulky weight yarn, the Someday Sweater is perfect for fall, winter and even spring! You can wear this modern crop crochet jumper with anything! Pair it with jeans, a skirt or over a dress, the Someday Sweater will be your go to hand made sweater!

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#11 Candy Jersey Toffe Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Candy Jersey Crochet is a photo tutorial with step by step descriptions for knitting a simple raglan sleeve sweater.
Its ruffles on the sleeves and waist provide a subtle detail as a finish.
The size can be adapted to your needs.

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