9 Cute Free Crochet Sweater Pattern Ideas For This Year

#1 Menthe poivrée Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

As you know, the sweater atmosphere is on us, and it’s the best reason to break your hook and the softest threads you have hidden somewhere! If you’re a beginner and you’ve never knitted a sweater before, you’re in luck! These 16 super easy crochet sweater patterns are the best we’ve found. There is a good selection of whether you like the light colored, cropped or classic look. The 3/4 sleeves make this the perfect transition piece from summer to autumn. Shown in this season’s trendiest color: Warm Blush. Very easy! Front and back panels are the same, do not increase or decrease! Perfect for beginners!

This sweater was inspired by the delicious peppermint, which is the specialty of my village.
It is knitted from top to bottom, seamless, on circular needles.
It is easy with this technique to adapt the work in width and length, because you can try the sweater at any time, and add or remove stitches.
The jacquard with circular needles is also easier, because you are always working on the spot.
I used the beautiful authentic wools from La Filature du Valgaudemar, which blend very well with each other:

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#2 Lana Azul Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

A – SILK CLOUD Shibui 60% Kid Mohair, 40% Silk; 330 yards / 300 meters per 25g
3 (3,4,4,5,5,6,6)
B – Shibui CIMA 70% Superbaby Alpaca, 30% Fine Merino; 328 yards / 300 meters per 50 g
3 (3,4,4,5,5,6,6)
Both threads stick together throughout
3.25mm (US 3), 16 ”/ 40cm circular needle, or needle size for correct gauge.
4mm (US 6), 32 ”/ 80cm (or longer for larger sizes), 24” / 60cm, 16 ”/ 40cm circular needle and a set of double pointed needles (DPN) or size of needle required to get the correct gauge

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#3 Amelia Poncho Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

This crochet poncho pattern made in Lion Brand Heartland Yarn worked more beautifully than you could have hoped for! If you’ve been looking for an easy crochet poncho tutorial, try this free modern crochet pattern! The Amelia Poncho is a beginner-friendly crochet pattern that begins by working in rows and then sewn to work in the round! This easy crochet project has a full photo tutorial on the blog (link below) to help you complete this crochet pattern! Although I have classified this as an intermediate pattern, I promise it is an easy pattern!
Written in standard American terms
Crochet hook size 6.00 mm
# 4 Hairstyle, 100% acrylic
4 (5, 6, 7) Hanks LB Heartland

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#4 The Bright Side Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

This pattern is very simple and follows the same
pattern elements like many of my other designs.
The great thing about this project is that you can use whatever colors you want. I have always found with crochet, the color changes between rows tend to bleed into each other. I wanted to create stripes that would stand up on their own, so every other row will work on the back loop.
The Bright Side sweater is made up of front and back (identical) panels and (identical) sleeves, sewn together.

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#5 Wild About You Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

My goal with this pattern was to make it simple and easy … and not overwhelming if you are new to Intarsia Crochet.

Now before diving into this wild project, here are some notes:
– Make sure to roll several small balls of each color, put them in a bowl and take one when you need it.
-As you progress through the leopard print graphic, keep it as untangled as possible, trust me, it’s worth it!
-Make sure to keep the tension a little loose, but pull the ends of the thread tight as you release them.
-Since the leopard print is not the full pattern, it is definitely NOT a slow project … perfect if you’ve never tried it before!
-I have included 2 charts below that will work for sizes: S / M and L
-THE SWEATER IS OVERSIZED, it will have room and will stretch over time

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#6 The Sleeve Island Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Here’s the island of sleeves sweater … your stay on the island of sleeves will be a short visit.
And just doing a sleeve, let’s go!
The best ever. You’ll be done with this sweater in no time.

This sweater is made up of 2 identical panels (front and back), sewn on the sides and the sleeve is added round.
This can be done to any width by adjusting the length of the initial foundation chain.
The length of the front / back panels can be easily adjusted and is explained below.
The starting chain of each row does NOT count as the first point.

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#7 Rain Drops Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Color and thread
I used natural organic wool from Hobbii. This thread is very easy to work with. I used 2 strands of yarn to make the sweater knit quite quickly. Using 2 strands I obtained a medium weight yarn, size 4. Normally, in a yarn the yarn is in the superfine weight category, size 1 and each skein has 50 grams and 230 m. For this pattern I used 2 different colors: white and sky blue.

Terms: USA
Sizes: S, (M, L, XL, 2XL)
Skill level: intermediate
Crochet Hook: 5mm (H US size)
Materials: Needle, Scissors and Stitch Marker (optional).
Wool: Hobbii Nature Organic Wool in the colors: White and Sky Blue.

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#8 Manaya Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

1 (2, 2) balls of Manaya color. 02
4 (5, 6) balls of colored Alpaca Silk. 10
32 “US 13 (9mm) Circular Needle
DPN US 13 (9mm)
Manaya, Hobbii
65% superwash wool, 35% acrylic
200 g = 510 meters
Alpaca silk, Hobbii
70% alpaca, 30% mulberry silk
50 g = 166 meters
S (M) L
Width 21½ (23½) 25½ in.
Length 19¼ (19½) 20 in.

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#9 Easton Striped Free Sweater Crochet Pattern

Bold stripes accentuate this loose drop sleeve sweater to add personality and punch to a casual silhouette. This is the perfect sweater for a road trip, movie night, or a walk in the park in cool fall weather.
This pattern is part of an exclusive collaboration with the Lion Brand Yarn Company using Hue + Me yarn. To purchase a kit, visit their site here.
This is an easy level knitting pattern and the techniques involved are knitting and back stitches, K2tog and SSK decreases, flat and round work, picking up stitches and changing color.

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