All in sweater patterns
Summer is here but that doesn’t mean you should stop knitting!
There are so many summer sweater ideas you can knit and wear now. Check out 10 of our favorites!
From our friends at Berroco, Brynnlee is a free sweater knitting pattern. It’s easy enough for a beginner because it’s knitted in simple rectangles and then sewn together. If you are looking for a next step project make it a sweater!
This easy to wear vest shines in self-shading Alpaculence. The Zig Zag Rib pattern is fun to knit, but easy enough to memorize after a couple of repeats.
Knit a simple drop shoulder sweater for kids! Jesse features machine washable Berroco Nebula yarn.
Amara is a gorgeous textured cardigan knitting pattern. It features Berroco Catena yarn in a gradient shade to create a cozy open-front jacket for snuggling into this fall.
Wear it alone or layer it over a shirt or tee. Popover is a longer length pullover sweater knitting pattern made using Schoppel Zauberwolle self-striping yarn.
The cotton and cashmere fibers of Berroco Corsica yarn feels amazing against the skin on Eastman, a textured tee free knitting pattern.
Knit a layering piece you'll wear all season! From Berroco Yarns, Peverly is an open front cardigan with texture on the wide front band, bottom hem, and sleeve cuffs. This sweater uses Catena yarn and large needles for quick knitting results.
Galilee is the best of both! It's a free knitting pattern that you'll wear all season long. Galilee has a wickerwork stitch center front panel, raglan shaping, turtleneck, comfortable fit, and ribbed edging.