Sweaters

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


Tawny Sweater Blazer

Cardigans: cozy. Blazers: polished. Why not combine the two and look put together while still being snuggly and warm? This cardigan features knitted lapels like a blazer, but it’s a bit oversized and bulky to keep you cozy all winter long. Belt the middle for a more work-ready look.

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Sorrel Tartan Cardigan

Sorrel features two different tartan patterns in warm earthy tones which blend together to create this stunning cardigan. The pattern of the left front and sleeve is actually a stripe pattern, which is then embroidered with vertical lines to mimic tartan. The pattern of the right front and sleeve is worked in stranded colorwork. The back is in solid
color in stockinette stitch. The comfortable cardigan has a relaxed shape and modified drop shoulder sleeves, button bands and a collar, which are worked in single ribbing. The back and fronts are worked flat from the bottom up and sewn together. We promise that you’ll adore this striking piece!

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Rosalind Cabled Cardigan

Equestrian style comes alive with this classic cabled cardigan combining timeless style with everyday wear. Tiny cables form pleasing vertical columns for a flattering look. Each cable pattern has the same number of rows to make reading charts easier. A double column of knit stitches runs down each side seam to provide a visual break in the Moss and to make seaming easier. Rosalind is worked flat from the bottom up with set-in sleeves for a classic fit and ribbed edges. Designed to be worn a little on the loose side, this cardigan makes a perfect layering piece for fall.

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Flicka Cardigan

Flicka is an open-front, top-down raglan cardigan with an all-over pattern. It features loose, flowing poet sleeves and a big shawl collar. Designed to have an oversized fit, this classic piece is the chic, grandpa sweater you’ve been searching for.

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Solara Swoncho

Solara takes advantage of the color transitions in a self-striping yarn that creates a sunset color background for a simple geometric colorwork pattern. The entire garment is worked bottom up, in the round, utilizing steeks for the deep split hemline and sleeve openings. After cutting the steeks and seaming the shoulders, sleeves and neck stitches are picked up and knit in the round in a broken rib pattern. Finally, fringe is attached to the side slits to highlight the deep slip hemline and to add a boho detail to this garment.

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