Sweaters

Find the best collection of knit sweater patterns and knit cardigans in this cozy collection.


Sunday Brunch Dress

Sunday Brunch Dress

Ideal for knitters looking to branch out into more elaborate wearables, this simple tunic is knit from side to side using an aran weight yarn on a US size 8 needle. The end result is a fun-to-wear frock that’s perfect for lunch with mom. Pair it with tall boots and leggings or with bare legs and ankle boots!

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Baby Bunnies Cardigan

Baby Bunnies Cardigan

What’s cuter than a knit bunny? An entire band of bunnies! This little A-Line cardigan is not only cute, but it’s a blast to make. Knitted from the top down, this design features a garter stitch border with buttons down the front, and a charming row of rabbits at the bottom. The row of bunnies are stranded, with cabling and bobbles to make them stand out. They are knitted on a reverse stocking stitch panel, while the rest of the garment is knitted in plain stocking stitch.

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Belle Cardigan

Belle Cardigan

This cute V-neck cropped cardi is perfect for a nice spring stroll when it’s just a little breezy out. Worked in pieces and then seamed, this pattern is for intermediate knitters. With a ribbed button band and completed with small buttons, this is the cardigan you’ll want to wear all season.

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Tangerine Zest Pullover

Tangerine Zest Pullover

Knit this v-neck sweater from the bottom up with a panel of cable stitches for a look that’s a blast from the past. The saddle shoulders above half-length stockinette sleeves are reminiscent of oversized and comfy vintage sweaters. Body and sleeves are joined to a raglan construction so that only few stitches below the arms have to be seamed. This bright and fun sweater works well with a skirt or your favorite pair of jeans.

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Cherry Sweet Cropped Cardi

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This design is inspired by popular cropped cardigans from the 50s. It’s knit from the top down with raglan shaping and has a unique brioche look with twisted reversible ribs at the cropped waist. You’ll love wearing this seamless cardi with your favorite black dress and comfy flats. Dress it up or down depending on the occasion!

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Blue Meadow Cardigan

Blue Meadow Cardigan

Inspired by the bold femininity of yesteryear, the Haley Cardigan combines a fitted shape with a directional lace pattern on the back to create a casually elegant garment. The body uses strong waist shaping along the sides and a deep v-neck to keep in the spirit of classic cardigans.

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Calluna Cardigan

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This is a lace and texture cardigan inspired by succulent plants. The ribbing within the pattern gives the garment stretch. Because there is minimum shaping within the lace pattern, it’s a good pattern even for beginners.

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Agave Cardigan

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There is something so perfect about cozying up in a cabled and textured cardigan. That was my inspiration for this—to make something blissfully cozy and warm. The narrow front cables mimic the wide central back cable panel for some unification, and the rest is knit in a cozy, textured Moss stitch.

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