Sweaters

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


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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Illianna Colorwork Sweater

An abstract landscape painting in beautiful earth tones decorates the front of Illianna, which is designed with a loose, relaxed fit, lush turtleneck and modified drop-shoulder shape. The hems and turtleneck are worked in double ribbing and the colorwork of the front is made with the intarsia method, with the back and sleeves in stockinette stitch. The sweater is worked flat in pieces from the bottom up and sewn together. We can’t wait to see your versions if this incredible piece!

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Folklore Blouse

Folklore is a feminine blouse inspired by the embroidered peasant tops that have been popular through the ages. Knit bottom up in pieces and then sewn together, the sleeves are decorated with stranded colorwork of stitch patterns adopted from traditional embroidery folk patterns. Each pattern is in a different color to create an interesting contrast that’s sure to get attention.

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Shalee Summer Sweater

A layer you’ll love to sport on cooler days, this combination of silk and wool is a great option to keep your neck and upper arms warm. Try and play with the width of the neckline while knitting and you will get an original outfit to match your preferred jeans. Shalee is an effortlessly chic pick for daytime and evening ensembles alike.

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Sloane Linen Beach Cardigan

Introducing the beach cardigan: Sloane is the official layer of summer sunsets. 100% linen yarn makes a perfectly weathered texture and Qunice & Co’s Kestrel does not disappoint. The ribbon structure of this yarn adds a slight texture to simple knit and purl stitches. Not only does this yarn knit up quickly at 4 stitches per inch, the resulting fabric has incredible drape and gets better with every wash and wear. An easy fit you can wear off the shoulder for casual shoreline strolls. The cardigan is worked in rows from bottom up. Both front ribbing bands are continued and worked until a three-needle bind off combines at the center back neck. After a few shaping short rows, the sleeves are worked in-the-round down to the cuffs.

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Orchard Pullover

orchard pullover

This fitted raglan pullover is the perfect cover-up for cooler summer nights and can be worn well into fall. This pattern is worked bottom up and features a delicate blossom pattern and three-quarter length sleeves.

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Helena Cable Cardigan

An ornamental cable in the middle unifies this cardigan like a spine in the back of the body and seed stitch columns and ribbing surround the main cable. The body of the cardigan is knit in pieces and seamed together. This cardigan is intended to be worn with a 2.5” – 6.5” positive ease for comfortable wear.

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Thalia Cardigan

The generous shape of this long open-front cardigan creates a cozy fit with classic appeal. Thalia features an all-over textured pattern and a shawl collar worked in reverse stockinette stitch, creating beautifully rolled edges. This cardigan is the perfect casual piece for when you just want to be cozy and cute.

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