Ready to Simple Crochet Your First Sweater
#Dip Dye Sweater Free Pattern
The Dip Dye Pullover Sweater consists of stripes of two colors together for a unique ombre effect. This simple free knitting pattern and video tutorial will teach you how to knit a sweater, even if you’re a beginner.
You will need:
497 (573, 612, 671, 712, 773, 818, 873, 928) yards of bulky # 5 yarn in base color (I used Lion Brand Hue & Me in Desert, 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 4.4 oz / 125 g or 137 yards / 125 m per skein, 4 (5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7) skeins)
172 (194, 211, 233, 258, 280, 304, 319, 341) yards of bulky # 5 yarn in contrasting color (I used Lion Brand Hue & Me in Bellini, 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 4.4 oz. / 125g or 137 yards / 125m per skein, 2 (2, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3) skeins)
US size 13 / 9.0 mm knitting needles (or size required for thickness, I recommend circular knitting needles, especially for larger sizes so that all stitches can fit comfortably on the knitting needles)
Yarn needle or blunt tapestry needle
#Sweethearts Sweater Free Pattern
This sweater was originally a Valentine’s Day gift and was meant to be a bit of an oversized fit for the wearer, hence the one size.
However, because it’s a bit oversized, it can be a comfortable sweater for a range of sizes.
#Amelia Pullover Free Pattern
Go bold with stripes but keep it simple with texture in the Amelia Pullover design. This oversized (2” – 3” of positive ease) sweater is fun for stash busting or for strategic planning of colors while being easy enough to work on while watching reruns of your favorite show. It’ll keep you warm and cozy no matter how long the cold temps stick around.
This pullover was made using 6 colors of Brava Worsted (they’re listed in the pattern) by We Crochet. (affiliate link)
The size in the photos is the large on a 5’4” model with a 37” bust.
You may sell all finished products made from this pattern; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or this pattern anytime you sell this item online.
#Pretty in Pink sweater Free Pattern
This Pretty in Pink sweater is the first pattern I made. It is a very beginner friendly sweater to make and a very fun project to do!
Here I made a list of materials you will need.
I used some yarn I bought at a dollarstore here in the Netherlands. The brand was from the dollarstore itself and unfortunately they don’t sell it online or in the store anymore.
5mm/UK 6 Straight knitting needles
5mm/UK 6 circular knitting needles (16 inch/40cm)
#Spring Cropped Top Free Pattern
So, I realized that it has been a long time since I created a small cropped moment. Yes, I know we are still in the midst of winter, and yes, many countries are buried in the snow, but what’s wrong with getting your spring / summer wardrobe ready right now!
I wanted to create a top that was simple and fast, with minimal formation costs. I call it “Netflix and Chill Project”! Something you can crochet without thinking too much while watching your favorite show. Perfect, right?
Crochet top is made of two identical T-shaped pieces. Both the front and back panels are exactly the same. Once your two pieces are crocheted, we just sew them together and that’s it. Very simple!
#Quinn Pullover Free Pattern
Cozy with this modern take on the classic knit sweater. The loose, drop-shoulder silhouette is paired with intricate laces and texture to create a comfortable and timeless sweater.
The sweater is worked in a circle from bottom to top. You will split to work the front and back and reconnect the shoulders using three needles. Treat the sleeves and rim by picking up loops and knitting in a circle.
Portions of this sweater are finished using lace knitting patterns. Some experience with cable diagrams is helpful.
Sunday Morning Sweater Crochet Pattern
This is a mid-level knitting pattern. For this pattern, you will need to know how to knit, knit, work in rotation, get to know different ups and downs and work the tubular tube.
This pattern is written in English terms in the USA.
This pattern and photographs of this garment are the property of Caitlin Barthold from Originally Lovely. This print, images and design are subject to copyright and are for personal use only. Any commercial use is strictly prohibited. You may not create or distribute this template under any circumstances.
Basic V-Neck Sweater Crochet Pattern
If you’re looking for a free, beginner – friendly, fast, super bold knit sweater that includes size, collar – you’ve got gold, my friend! The sweater crochet pattern of the V-neck is all of the above, then some.
This is a very basic design, straight forward, requiring minimal stitching.
Change the length of your sweater according to the instructions in the characters.
The Cloud Sweater Crochet Pattern
Hi there ☺️ When you make this template, I would love to hear about any edits you have made to the template to fit it to the size. I want this pattern to be as inclusive as possible, so information on clothing size, pattern adjustments, hook size, yarn type, etc. will be greatly appreciated. This pattern is a work in progress, and I strongly support free, inclusive, and multi-purpose patterns, so that not only all sizes are included, but all financial groups as well.
It will need a pretty chunky yarn, I used a very soft yarn from my local supermarket at Netto called “Sky Yarn”. I used 10 skigs in 50 grams and 75 meters per ship, with only a few grams left
There are notes in the format to adjust the size and fit. It works really fast, in the case of less than 24 hours.
Ash Pullover Crochet Pattern
I love how quickly this sweater is knitted. Since this is a simple top-down sweater once you get started, this is an easy project to finish. There are no seams or a lot of finishes to do. I also really like how customizable it is. I made my sample in a simple striped yoke. I like how it looks on me but honestly, if you are more on the chest side I would recommend a solid color if you do not want to emphasize it. You can also easily add length to the sleeves or body just by working extra rounds.
I have attached sizes XS to 5X to be an overall size. I think it will look great on a variety of body types! I also have a bit of an obsession with the thread I used. We Crochet’s City Tweed is such a beautiful thread. I love how it works and the finished fabric looks so much more expensive than it really is. I hope you like this crochet sweater as much as I do.
Marilee Crochet Pattern
Cascade Yarns® Pacific® Sport;
60% Acrylic/40% Superwash Merino; 100g (3.5 oz)/ 273 yds (250 m);
4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7) skeins, color# 141 (Blue Ice)
US 5-6 (3.75-4.0 mm) Knitting Needles for body (or size to obtain gauge)
US 4-5 (3.5-3.75 mm) Knitting Needles for edging (one size smaller than body for edging)
4 Stitch Markers (one unique to denote beginning of round)
Finished Chest Measurements: 33 (36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 52)” or 84 (91, 99, 107, 114, 122, 132) cm
Length: 22 (23, 23, 23, 24, 24, 25)” or 56 (58, 58, 58, 61, 61, 63.5) cm
Cairan Sweater Crochet Pattern
Cairran (pronounced CIE-oeran, Celtic name) is a straight raglan sweater pattern, with a firm touch. It is knitted in the round, from top to bottom and has no seams. It’s the magic that it’s remarkably distinct simplicity.
The template describes the dimensions S (M, L, XL), with space to adjust to its own dimensions and preferences.
Wire and gauge
Cairn knitted on 6 or 6½ needles (US10 or 10½) with bulky thread with a typical gauge of 13 sts = 10 cm / 4 inches. When your gauge is not perfect, you can choose to measure and adjust your work by way or using a needle size different.