Guys can be hard to please when it comes to handmade sweaters. They seem to like classic, simple sweaters, with the occasional stripe or cable thrown in. But never anything fussy or complicated. So, we gathered four men’s sweater patterns for you; all of them handsome and all guy-approved!
If you love knitting sweater patterns for men, you’ll love this free collection of patterns. We begin with an easy raglan sweater pattern featuring just the right balance of stripes and color. It might look complicated, but you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to knit. As it turns out cables can make up a manly sweater, just see how great the lattice work looks in Terry’s pullover. Our cable knit sweater pattern is a bit more advanced, but the flowing cables really make this design worth it. We round out this collection with a sweater that’s worked from cuff to cuff, and is sure to become a go-to. You can get them all in our free men’s knitting patterns download, check it out and grab your copy today!
Are you looking for Aran sweater patterns, a knit pullover, or just a pattern will fit your guy’s style? Then this eBook is for you!
Whether your guy prefers a cable knit sweater, a pullover, or even a raglan, there’s a sweater pattern waiting for him in this free download. Best of all, your free eBook provides unrestricted access and free membership to our active Knitting Daily community. Don’t waste another minute! Download this free eBook to get all four knit sweaters for men.
Surf Stripe Raglan by Christine Lorin
If you’re looking for easy raglan sweater pattern that he’ll actually wear, be sure you check out this design. Worked in the round from the bottom up, this sweater takes its appeal from a guy-geared set of colors. This pattern will make you love making knitted sweaters for men!
Terry’s Pullover by Carol Feller
This men’s cable knit sweater by Carol Feller features lattice cables framing a V-neck. A gentle shawl collar and ribbed sleeve detail create masculine elegance, and a rustic but easy-care yarn, seamless knitting, and interesting charts make the perfect men’s sweater pattern—great for wearer and knitter!
Rhapsody in Tweed by Kathy Zimmerman
In this cabled delight, Kathy Zimmerman has combined wide and narrow open cables with mini-cable ribs, playing them in a rhythmic pattern against a reverse stockinette-stitch background. Any guy will love this Aran sweater pattern!
Woven Bands Pullover by Hana Jason
Hana Jason’s knit pullover pattern is a sure winner. It’s worked sideways in one piece from cuff to cuff. Linen stitch adds a simple, straightforward embellishment to collar, cuffs, and yoke. This classy sweater pattern for men is a clear winner.
What are you waiting for? Download your free eBook of knitting patterns for men’s sweaters!
You are not only going to love the finished sweaters, but you’re sure to enjoy working on each of these interesting patterns for men. If you’re a cable fan we have a cable knit sweater men will love, with a lattice cable pattern just on the shawl collar. Can’t get enough men’s Aran knitting patterns? The cabled sweater we included might just become a new favorite. If you love knitting stripes, we’ve got you covered there, too with the knitted pullover pattern. No matter what stitch patterns you enjoy knitting, our free eBook of men’s sweater patterns has an option for you!