Nothing gets me more compliments than a colorful handknitted sweater or a classic cardigan. This fashion season, you can have a whole new wardrobe, because we’re giving you 7 (YES, 7!) free sweater patterns. Limited only by your imagination, you can create luxurious sweaters, comfortable pullovers and high-end cardigans that will provide the perfect fashion statement.
Best of all, they have been designed to accommodate every level of knitting expertise. Even if you’re just starting out and wanting to learn how to knit a sweater, this free eBook is a great choice.
If you’re like us, you’re eager to get started as you look at each sweater included in this download; each one as inspiring as the next. Are you ready to dazzle your co-workers, friends, family (and even yourself!) with your knitting talent and fashion expertise? Great! Download this exclusive free eBook of knitting patterns for sweaters. It’s our gift, and we hope you enjoy knitting sweaters as much as we do.
With so many stunning knitted sweater patterns to choose from, which will you begin first?
Knitting a sweater can be a challenge for many who are learning the art of knitting, but with the right pattern you’ll be on your way. Now you can own seven sweater knitting patterns with a simple click, at no cost to you! Best of all, your free eBook provides unrestricted access and free membership to our active Knitting Daily community. Enter our free pattern library to find even more free patterns and projects. With support from thousands of members, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you will have your projects finished in no time. Download this free knitting patterns sweaters collection and join today!
The Tweed Cardigan by Rebecca L. Daniels
If you love knitting sweaters you’ll want to check out this knit sweater pattern from top designer, Rebecca L. Daniels. One of her most sought after patterns, the Tweed Cardigan, is a favorite for the seasoned knitter as well as those just learning how to knit. It’s also easy to do and offers low-stress knitting thanks to no seams, a bit of waist shaping, and even a unique tailored back detail.
The Vienne Sweater by Kristeen Griffin-Grimes
The beautiful city of Vienne, France was established in the eighteenth century and continues to draw tourists to its castles, fine wine, and cheese. French designer, Kristeen Giffin-Grimes created the Vienne Sweater, one of the many knit sweater patterns she is known for. This one is as refined as the ancient city itself. Designed to be knit from the top down, this pattern has set in sleeves worked simultaneously with the upper bodice. Front and back V-neck lace edging is worked in as you go. Très chic!
Hope Top by Kristen Tendyke
Designed for seed-stitch lovers, this sweater can be worn alone or over a fitted blouse, with a skirt or jeans. It is worked from the top down with beautiful details along the way, including a dainty button closure at the back neck, prominent slipped stitches along the yoke, and a drawstring waist. Knitted in a blend of linen and merino at a fine gauge, this sweater is a joy both to knit and wear.
Tomato by Wendy Bernard
Think a steaming bowl of tomato soup on a cold afternoon and you’ll easily understand what designer Wendy Bernard had in mind for this sweater. Knitted in Blue Sky Organic Cotton, which is soft, soft, soft, but worked at a tighter gauge than the ball band will improve the drape and wearability. This sweater is designed to be close fitting, with waist shaping and a seriously flattering scoop neck. And, for a little spice, designer Wendy Bernard has knitted in a simplified herringbone pattern. Tomato will become an old, comfortable friend for many years to come.
Farrington Sweater by Lisa Shroyer
If you love knitting a sweater, designer Lisa Shroyer’s sweater is the perfect choice with a flattering slouch collar that forms the focal point, it truly is theatrical! Knitting this sweater requires the pieces are worked flat and then seamed. The seeded rib edging makes a great non-curling edge that doesn’t contract like traditional ribbing. In a chunky yarn and relaxed silhouette, this design is meant to be worn with positive ease for a comfortable outer layer. The Farrington Sweater is one of those rare garments that works at home or out on the town.
Freyja Pullover by Courtney Kelley
Get ready to be noticed in this beautiful sweater. The painterly knit-and-purl colorwork of the Bohus Stickning Cooperative inspired designer Courtney Kelley’s pullover. Five colors shift and blend from stitch to stitch in a soft, haloed yarn blended from camel, alpaca, silk, and cashmere. Zigzag designs are built into the circular yoke of this sweater knitting pattern, making it that much more interesting.
Twisted V Pullover by Alice Halbeisen
Designing knit sweater patterns is an obsession for Alice Halbeisen, who integrated a twist on the classic V-neck pullover style with this distinctive design. She began with a wide band of twisted ribbing (the knit stitches are worked through the back loops) at the hem to draw in the pullover at the waist. Extending the ribs in a triangular pattern down to the base of the neckline enhances the slimming look. A similar triangular pattern is worked at each sleeve cuff. This sweater knitting pattern can be dressed up or down!
What are you waiting for? Download your free knitted sweater patterns eBook to get all seven of these designs!
You’re about to discover why so many love knitting sweater patterns! Sweater knitting patterns are some of our most popular and we’ve gathered seven of our favorites, from cardigans to top-down construction and cables to colorwork. Best of all, these free sweater patterns are all unique—from the classic Tweed Cardigan to the sophisticated Vienne sweater pattern.
We have handpicked these unique patterns because they offer novice knitters tips and techniques on how to knit a sweater as well as challenging the seasoned expert. Are you ready to expand your wardrobe or make something for a friend that will be cherished for years to come? Download now and enjoy your eBook of knitting patterns today.