5 Women’s Sweaters to Crochet with FREE patterns

It’s still unusually warm here where I live in the Midwest but we’ve had the occasional cold day that has me hopeful that Mother Nature will get the signal that it’s time for cooler weather!  In the meantime, I’ve been obsessing over finding the perfect sweater patterns to make for myself. I dug DEEP for these, so I hope that you really enjoy them as much as I do!

Just click on the title of the pattern to be linked to the site 🙂

  1. The Homebody Sweater by Megmade with Love

I just love this sweater! I’ve finished one and am currently halfway through another one in a different color for myself! It’s seriously so easy and fun to make! Plus, if you’ve never used the Baby Bee yarn, you are in for a real treat! Making this sweater with that yarn has started an obsession with it! I can’t get enough! Oh and did I mention that it’s like ALL half double crochets?!

 

2. Straight up EASY Vertical Stripe Sweater by Heart Hook Home

AHHH, this one looks SO FUN and it’s worked up vertically so if you use a multi color yarn, the strips come out vertical. And who doesn’t love those big cakes of yarn?! They are so popular right now and for GOOD reason! It’s a combination of single and double crochets but it makes this awesome looking texture. I can’t wait to make this! PS, she also has a handful of other great sweater/pullover patterns that you HAVE to check out! Her site is a gold mine of wearable free patterns!

Straight Up Easy vertical stripe sweater pattern

 

3. Comfy and Cozy Sweater by Taylor Lynn

Those loose and flowy sweater look soooo comfy and cozy, just like the name! She pretty much had me at “scarfie” yarn! I will have to make a trip to Joann’s to get some of that ASAP! This one also uses very simple stitches and little sewing 🙂

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4. Mock Cable Pullover by Crochet Kim

This one looks so much like knit I had to read the pattern over just to make sure! This is the most advanced pattern and she even warns that it may cause weeping, haha! Sooooo… if you’re new to crochet, you may want to pick one of the easier patterns. I just love the outcome, so I’m definitely going to have to take this one on when the Christmas list isn’t so long 🙂

CrochetKim Free Crochet Pattern | Mock Cable Pullover @crochetkim

 

5. Paton’s Boatneck Pullover by Yarnspirations

This one has a video tutorial and would be a GREAT one to start with because of that! Plus, the size goes all the way up to a 4/5 XL it says. The sleeves on this one are crocheted and then attached, which is different than the first 3 but its mostly half double crochets on this one as well!

 

I’d love to know if you make any of these, or if you have any favorite sweater patterns to crochet! You can tag me over on instagram 🙂

Happy Making!

-Jessica <3

The CUTEST Rustic and Quick-to-Make Fall pumpkins… ever!

Today I finished the cutest fall pumpkins… like EVER! Including a PLAID pumpkin! How creative is that?!

These seriously look like they are fresh out of a magazine. Her color choices were just so perfect, that I had to use them!

I didn’t have a chunky mustard color though, so I used 3 strands of I Love This Yarn brand by Hobby Lobby and it worked out great! You can find the patterns for them over on www.megmadewithlove.com. (I just recently found her and I’m pretty much in LOVE with all of her stuff!  I’m seriously admiring her homebody sweater that she will be releasing the pattern for this weekend!)

And did I mention they are FREE?! I whipped these up in just a couple sittings in between our homeschool schedule and feeding the kids 25 meals a day (ok, maybe not THAT many, but it sure feels like it sometimes!)

So grateful for other talented crocheters who take the time to share their skills!  Make sure you tell Meg that Jessica from Craft to Happiness sent you 🙂 I sure hope these make you as happy and fall-fevered as they do me!