I love cowl neck sweaters. The cowl adds a bit of extra texture to the look and basically has a built-in scarf! They’re a wonderful fall and winter accessory and this one from Yarnspirations is beautiful in the country blue yarn.
Oversized will never go out of style. The laid-back, effortless look looks great on everyone and will be in style until the end of time. This classic oversized sweater is a perfect way to add the trend to your wardrobe. You don’t have to worry too much about shaping since it’s meant to be oversized, and the pattern has primarily beginner stitches.
I am the textbook definition of a homebody. I could live at home, in my Peanuts pajamas, crocheting and reading until the end of time. This homebody sweater from Meg Made With Love is the introvert’s perfect companion.
It has a slouchy, off-the-shoulder look with rolled sleeves (adorable!) and a ribbed bottom. Also, the whole sweater is made of half double crochets, so you’ll barely even have to think while working this one up.
This simple sweater has a bit of a longer torso with ribbing at the bottom and on the sleeves. It has longer ribbing on the neckline to resemble a little bit of a turtleneck. It’s a perfect staple for your wardrobe you can make with your own two hands!
This crochet sweater gets its name from the natural-toned colors of the yarn, reminiscent of stones. This sweater is made from tweed yarn, which gives it an especially cozy appearance and feel. It gives cabin in the Pacific Northwest vibes.
Autumn is finally in full swing (it’s in the 40s even in Texas!), and this sweater is a perfect project to start, or continue, this fall season. The stitch pattern is beautiful and I love the addition of the little turtleneck for an extra bit of coziness.
If you’re a beginner crocheter and haven’t made your first garment yet, I highly suggest starting with this super simple sweater from Carroway Crochet. There’s minimal shaping and seaming, and it’s a great pattern for getting a feel for how to crochet something more complex. Make one in every color or make one as a gift!
This cute slouchy sweater is color blocked with a muted range of colors from cream to gray. It requires minimal construction (just two panels sewn together!) and is worked in single and double crochets. True to its name, this sweater is perfect for every gal out there, no matter your style!
This beginner-friendly sweater is simple, easy, and has a relaxed fit for every body type. It’s made with minimal stitches (mostly single crochet and extended single crochet) and easy ribbing on the neck and bottom.
You can dress it up with a skirt and heels or dress it down with jeans and tennies. It’s that basic sweater everyone needs in their wardrobe.
Need to add a bit of a girly touch to your wardrobe? This ruffle crochet sweater is a perfect choice. With the basic stitches and simple construction, it’s easy to make and pairs perfectly with everything from jeans to palazzo pants.
Ruffles are such a simple accessory that can crank up any basic garment!
Love the close-knit (pun intended) look of knitted sweaters? You can achieve the same look with crochet with this classic ribbed sweater from Itchin’ For Some Stitchin’. This sweater is beginner friendly and can easily become a wardrobe staple.
This pastel crochet sweater has ¾ sleeves that make it perfect for transitioning into the cooler weather. As far as construction, this pattern boasts identical front and back panels that just require a quick seam. No increasing or decreasing!
Hannah is the eldest of the Bonner family’s three kiddos. She graduated from the University of North Texas with her Bachelors in Elementary Education. She enjoys reading, yoga, movies & TV, and (obviously) crocheting. She is excited about furthering her writing career & spending her days surrounded by yarn. All the yarn.