15 Beautiful Crochet Sweater Patterns for Winter

In today’s article, I want to talk about sweaters. Sweater models are very difficult to knit crochet models. It takes a lot of time compared to a hat. It requires quite a lot of material. And of course, most importantly, it needs to be perfect for your body or the body of the person you knit. For this, the most necessary thing for you is a really beautiful and detailed pattern. If the pattern is not prepared in detail, the thing you will knit may not look nice. Color is of course important, but it is an important criterion in symmetry as well as color. You can easily choose whatever you want among 15 different sweater models that I shared today. Very successful recipes, all prepared by highly skilled designers. I hope you will like it.

#1 Pull à torsades Sweater Pattern

A mix of cables on a structured sweater, this is the favorite model of the experts. We like the MAGIC + yarn which gives a nice relief to all the fancy stitches. The long ribbed edges and the high collar that tighten the rather loose body give character to this model. It is knitted on needles size 5 and 5.5, you will also need a cable needle and marker rings to make it easier.

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#2 Seventeenth Sweater Pattern

“This fitted striped sweater is perfect for a beginner who wants to dive into the world of pullovers! With minimal shaping and easy pieces it’s the perfect beginner garment.”
You can purchase an inexpensive PDF to support my work, read below.
Crochet your own Seventeenth Sweater using this crochet pattern in PDF format.

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#3 Pull col roulé Sweater Pattern

The length of this model combined with the flexibility of the stitch … You will certainly appreciate the comfort!
Combine all the colors of JASPEE and SPORT yarns and create the sweater in your image: toned, natural, girly.
Then customize it as you like with badges or why not some Brod’me.
The sweater is made in fancy rib using n ° 4.5 needles.
Machine wash wool program and dry flat.

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#4 Nordic Night Pullover Sweater Pattern

The colors of the Nordic stars alternate positions on this traditionally styled yoked pullover. The sweater begins with blue motifs on white, then changes to white on blue at the underarm. Stay cozy on cold winter nights in this stunning sweater.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Yarn: Plymouth Yarn Galway Worsted (100% Wool; 210 yards /100 grams): #1 Natural (MC), 4 (5, 5, 6) balls; #129 Blue Bell (CC-1), 2 (2, 2, 3) balls; #706 Ocean Drift Heather (CC-2), 1 ball

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#5 Pull manches Sweater Pattern

Nice, resolutely modern interior sweater. We like the combination of materials, sometimes shiny or matt, dry or downy, its short shape and close to the body. We really have the impression of wearing the sweater of a great designer and we love that. For its realization, we mixed the qualities LUMIS, PLUME and IDEAL, a complete grid will allow you to realize this model without difficulty.
You will need size 3.5 and size 4 needles to knit 1/1 rib and stockinette stitch. Machine wash wool program and dry flat.

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#6 Pull ouverture dos Sweater Pattern

Pretty demonstration of charm with this sweater made of MERINOS 2.5 yarn
We love the structure of this model rather close to the body, its pretty openwork stitch underlined with a cable, and above all the teardrop-shaped opening at the back laced with a muslin ribbon.
Knitters will love the detailed explanations and step-by-step charts.
Knit on needle size 2.5 mm. You will also need a cable needle and a # 2 hook to make pretty selvages on the back.

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#7 Pull brodé col rond Sweater Pattern

A new vision of the twist!
We love this loose two-tone sweater on the back and front, the central cable that draws the front and the long knitting interlaced in the cable.
We love the quality of this 100% natural MERINOS 4 yarn.
Made with needles 3.5 and 4. You will also need 2 cable needles.
Machine wash wool program and dry flat.

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#8 January Sweater Pattern

Snow flurries are a beautiful thing in the wintertime. White flakes dance across the landscape in a magical way, making you instantly feel calm and cozy. Such is the case with the January Sweater. The yoke colorwork motif echoes those dancing snowflakes and our Nymph yarn makes just about the softest and coziest sweater you can imagine.
This sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the top down. After working the yoke, the body and sleeves are separated at the underarms and worked separately. When working the yoke pattern, you may wish to place stitch markers between each pattern repeat to help you stay on track.

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#9 Tolorraine Sweater Pattern

“This ultra-textured sweater is perfect for a beginner who wants to dive into the world of yoke pullovers! With minimal shaping and no sewing it’s the perfect beginner garment.”
There are no returns on digital files. Please contact me if you have questions about the pattern.

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#10 Winter League Sweater Pattern

The Winter League Pullover is a crewneck raglan sweater that evokes memories of chilly sports games, cozy winter evenings, and a general sense of nostalgia. The doubled ribbed neckband, v-insert neck triangle, and side slit details give personality and add to the classic appeal of this sweatshirt-inspired wardrobe staple. Meant to be well-loved and well-worn, this sweater has the perfect broken-in relaxed fit and deep raglans that allow for chic comfort and wearable ease.

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#11 Langley Sweater Pattern

BERROCO VINTAGE (100 grs): (4, 4, 5) 5, 6, 6 {6, 7, 7} hanks #51168 Petals (MC)
BERROCO MILLEFIORI (100 grs): (1, 1, 2) 2, 2, 2 {2, 2, 2} balls #7885 Lupin (CC)
16” / 40 cm and 32” / 80 cm circular needles, sizes 6 / 4 mm and 8 / 5 mm or size to obtain gauge
1 set each double-pointed needles, sizes 6 / 4 mm and 8 / 5 mm
1 stitch marker
Waste yarn to hold sleeve stitches

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#12 Marled Top Down Turtleneck Sweater Pattern

When the temperature drops, reach for this classically-designed knit turtleneck for a wonderful fit and cozy warmth! This knit raglan sweater is worked in the round from the top down, which means there are no seams required. The stocking stitch body shows off the marled effect of our self-striping Caron Marble Cakes yarn. Two-by-two twisted rib cuffs, hem and turtleneck add subtle texture to complete the look. In any color that suits your style, it’s sure to become a wardrobe favorite that you’ll want to flaunt every day!
Materials: Sizes U.S. 7 (4.5 mm) and U.S. 8 (5 mm) circular knitting needles 16” 40.5 cm and 36” 91.5 cm long. Sets of 4 sizes U.S. 7 (4.5 mm) and U.S. 8 (5 mm) double-pointed knitting needles

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#13 Snowfall Raglan Sweater Pattern

This pattern is size inclusive, being written for women’s sizes XS-5XL. 8 additional documents (1 for each size) is included with the pattern. We recommend only printing the document that coincides with the size you will be making, as each document is 2-3 pages long.

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#14 Claudia Crop Sweater Pattern

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Inspired by my favorite character from The Babysitter’s Club, this funky multi-color pullover is definitely a statement piece. The open grid-like construction keeps this crochet sweater airy and drapey while the bulky weight yarn makes it a quick and easy project.
This is an easy level crochet pattern and the techniques involved are the single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet stitches, chaining and skipping stitches, changing colors, and seaming.

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#15 Bonfire Jumper Sweater Pattern

This jumper is a true to size fit designed to have approximately 5cm positive ease. Mine is a waist length fit however feel free to make it as long or as short as you wish. Please bare in mine adding length will require more wool.
Sizes, S (M, L)
Bust measurement: 90cm(100cm,110cm)
NB – I made a size small and measure a 90cm bust
Small = 450g (270m)
Medium = 550g (330m)
Large = 700g (420m)

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