Autumn is slowly approaching and so is the time to take our favorite crochet sweaters out of the closet. But sometimes it’s just great to make some new crochet sweaters. So instead of just relaying on what’s in our closet, let’s try some fun projects! This post contains beginner friendly projects for fun and feminine sweaters. Above all, that will keep you comfy!
Sweater simple and elegant
- Designed by Roxi crochet
Simple crochet sweaters are the best, because they go well with endless stylizations! What’s more, you can crochet this sweater in a heartbeat and the results is just breathtaking. Moreover, you can adapt this pattern to any size.
PHOTOS by Roxi crochet / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Justyna Srock
This sweater by Justyna Stock is made as a seamless construction, so it’s super comfy. What’s more, the texture is very nice in touch! You can go for two options with this sweater – bell sleeves or straight ones. In other words, it’s a must have.
PHOTOS by Justyna Srock / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Rebecca Velasquez
This amazing sweater has a very simple construction and is super comfy to wear. The best part is, that it uses only basic stitches (single crochet, slip stitch and linked double crochet). What’s more, you can easily adjust it to the size you want.
PHOTOS by Rebecca Velasquez / Ravelry.com
Classic Tunisian Pullover
- Designed by Emily Marie Davies
Who doesn’t love pink sweaters? I mean, they are just timeless and look really beautiful! However, feel free to make this pattern in your favorite color and get ready for fall and winter time! This sweater is worked top down and takes little time to make.
PHOTOS by Emily Marie Davies / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Lee Sartori
This lovely sweater by Lee Sartori is a very casual and loose fitted piece, that’s perfect to pair up with your favorite jeans or leggings. The pattern comes in variety of sizes, from XS to 5X. It’s the ultimate fall pullover!
PHOTOS by Lee Sartori / Ravelry.com
Henry Street Jumper
- Designed by WeCrochet Design Team
This beautiful sweater is made in four pieces that are crocheted together at the end. What’s more, the ribbed neckband is added also at the end. In addition to that, the merino wool will ensure softness and warmth.
PHOTOS by WeCrochet Design Team / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Divine Debris
The Stephanie Sweater is the ultimate early autumn sweater. Why, you might ask? Because it will keep you warm, while still being light, breathable and very soft. Use a 5 mm hook for this one. It comes in variety of sizes, from S to 5X.
PHOTOS by Divine Debris / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Journey Chanel Designs
Aphrodite pullover comes in sizes from S to 4X. In other words, you can make it fit perfectly. The pullover is worked from the top down. It’s really forgiving, so it’s perfect for beginner crocheters. Play with the colors in this one!
PHOTOS by CoyCrochet / Ravelry.com
My Precious Sweater
- Designed by By Katerina
You will need a 4 mm hook for this amazing sweater and a 3,5 mm hook for the ribbed band on the end of the sleeve. It comes in sizes from S to 2X. This color is so vivid and sunny! Just perfect for hotter, but windy days!
PHOTOS by By Katerina / Ravelry.com
Hastings Cabled Sweater
- Designed by Adinda Hening
The author of this beautiful sweater below says, that it was inspired by chilly fall days, that were pretty much all about sitting on the porch with a hot cup of tea. The texture and color are just on point. I’m pretty sure it will become your favorite sweater!
PHOTOS by WeCrochet / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Catalina Ungureanu
This beautiful sweater is the ultimate holiday project, that will make your ready for Christmas! It’s a top – down sweater by Catalina Ungureanu, that’s worked with a round yoke. The best part is, that you can easily adjust the size of the sleeves and length of the sweater. Feel free to go for any color you like, however red and green tend to be the most festive.
PHOTOS by Catalina Ungureanu / Ravelry.com
Autumn Belle Sweater
- Designed by Rachel Misner
Neutral sweaters are just the best, because they look so gorgeous and look incredible with any stylization. This simple sweater by Rachel Misner is a super easy and fast project, that’s perfect for early autumn. however you can wear it all year long as well! The sizes include XS – 5X.
PHOTOS by Rachel Misner / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Marly Bird and Robyn Chachula
This gorgeous pumpkin spice sweater is a fall classic by Marly Bird and Robyn Chachula. The fun stripe on the bottom makes it really festive and fun! Imagine making it in a fun shade of green or red. You would get the perfect Christmas sweater! The sizes vary from XS to 3X.
PHOTOS by Marly Bird and Robyn Chachula / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Christine Patterson
This amazing Westcoast Raglan by Christine Patterson is a very classic and a bit loose fitted sweater. However you can easily make it more fitted by simply changing the size. The pattern includes instructions on how to make this sweater from S to XL. It’s crocheted in flat pieces, which are seamed at the end.
PHOTOS by Christine Patterson / Ravelry.com
- Designed by NT Maglia
This lovely perseid sweater by NT Maglia will keep you warm this winter time. It’s a very comfy boat neck sweater, that’s just ideal to layer on over your favorite jeans or skirt. NT Maglia was inspired by the traditional winter star patterns. What’s more, it’s worked in two pieces, from the bottom up.
PHOTOS by NT Maglia / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Yarnspirations Design Studio
I love loosely fitted sweaters, because they are super comfy and so cozy to snuggle with your favorite tea! It’s a super – toasty pullover, that will come in handy both fall and winter time. What’s more, the pattern itself is really easy to memorize. It comes in variety of sizes, from XS to 5 XL. And I absolutely love the relaxed roll neck and side slits!
PHOTOS by Yarnspirations Design Studio / Ravelry.com
The Okie Girl Sweater
- Designed by Kylee Keller
This lovely emerald green sweater on the pictures below was made by Kylee Keller and it’s a winter classic. This beautiful sweater will look amazing on you and in addition to that, you can make it in variety of sizes, from XS to 3XL. What’s more, it’s made in 2 panels, so it’s really easy to make.
PHOTOS by Kylee Keller / Ravelry.com
Basketweave Winter Sweater
- Designed by Carrie M Chambers
This super chunky sweater on the pictures below was made by Carrie M Chambers and it’s such a perfect project for long winter evenings! It’s a modern and minimalistic project, that will go well with most of your stylizations. It’s a great relaxing pattern for movie nights, so make sure to give this one a try!
PHOTOS by Carrie M Chambers / Ravelry.com
Batwing Lace Sweater
- Designed by Tamara Kelly
This gorgeous batwing lace sweater by Tamara Kelly is a modern and super fun project, that uses simple stitching that is combined with beautiful lace shoulders! What’s more, it works up quickly, so you can have your dream sweater in a heartbeat.
PHOTOS by Tamara Kelly / Ravelry.com
Easy Crochet Pullover
- Designed by cactusandlacedesigns.com
This fantastic sweater in the pictures below was made by cactusandlacedesigns.com and it’s a top down project, so it means, you make it in just one piece, how amazing is that? Because let’s be honest, seaming isn’t the most fun thing about crochet projects!
PHOTOS by cactusandlacedesigns.com / cactusandlacedesigns.com
Spring Mesh Sweater
- Designed by Carrie M Chambers
This super simple mesh sweater in the pictures below is a very minimalistic and casual project, so it’s perfect for everyday wear. As you can see, the color is ideal to create a capsule wardrobe that’s universal and beautiful. What’s more, you can make this sweater in variety of sizes, from S to 3 XL.
PHOTOS by Carrie M Chambers / ravelry.com
Clarity: A Colour Block Sweater Pattern
- Designed by doradoes.co.uk
This gorgeous sweater pattern in the pictures below was made by doradoes.co.uk and it’s made from two panels, which are seamed together at the sides, shoulder and underarm. It’s a beautiful project, that’s perfect for a casual walk and everyday wear.
PHOTOS by doradoes.co.uk / doradoes.co.uk
Find original free pattern on dorados.co.uk
- Designed by Natalia McHayle
This stunning pullover in the pictures below is simple, yet very elegant, so it’s going to be a fantastic project for your spring and even summer wardrobe! It’s a top down circular yoke sweater, that’s worked in round with turned rows and sports flattering cables all from neckline down and on each sleeve.
PHOTOS by Natalia McHayle / Ravelry.com
Basic V-Neck Sweater
- Designed by Ashlea Konecny
This super basic sweater in the pictures below was made by Ashlea Konecny and it’s a beginner-friendly, quick to make and super squishy project, that’s perfect for spring, summer and even fall! This fantastic sweater below is all of the above, and then some.
PHOTOS by Ashlea Konecny / Ravelry.com
Acacia Cropped Sweater
- Designed by Hooked on Tilly
Shorter tops are so happening right now! And if you add long sleeves to them, they look really gorgeous! It’s a perfect, quick sweater for all year long, you can wear it with confidence all year long! The pattern includes sizes from XS to 2XL.
PHOTOS by Hooked on Tilly / Ravelry.com
Ivanna Chevron Sweater
- Designed by Quayln Stark
How stunning is this gorgeous sweater in the pictures below? It’s a very bold and modern looking project, that’s sure to make a statement this season. This incredible bstract representation of a chevron fabric with one solid V motif is an eye-catcher!
PHOTOS by Quayln Stark / Ravelry.com
The Haven Pullover
- Designed by cactusandlace
Thus beautiful knitted sweater in the pictures below was made by cactusandlace and it’s a super beginner friendly pattern, that looks so amazing! This whole easy crochet sweater is made from the bottom up in the round, then splits at the arm holes and is then worked in rows to create the front and back panel.
PHOTOS by cactusandlace / Ravelry.com
Geometric Tile Sweater
- Designed by Paintbox Yarns
Make sure to get your hooks into this stunning colourwork sweater by Cassie Ward with contrast hem, collar and cuffs! Isn’t it absolutely gorgeous? Working from a chart, you create fantastic triangular motif repeats using the intarsia technique and any yarn you like most!
PHOTOS by Paintbox Yarns / Ravelry.com