11 Fun and Trendy Crochet Sweater Patterns

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With the new interest people have taken to crochet, I’m so happy to share these fun and trendy crochet sweater patterns.

If you’re new to crochet, don’t worry. These patterns are great for anyone who’s making their first garment. If you’re an advanced crocheter, you’ll enjoy these patterns too.

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  2. The Best Stitch Markers: I use these colorful stitch markers to mark my stitches. They are so helpful!
  3. The Best Row Counter: This is my favorite tally counter. I never lose track of the row I’m on when using this.

Super Slouchy Sweater

If you love the oversized slouchy look, you’re going to love this cozy sweater. It pairs great with sweatpants, jeans, or your favorite pair of shorts. Get the pattern from The Snugglery Patterns.

Super Slouchy Sweater

The Millennial Jumper

If you’re looking for something cute and trendy, go with this millennial jumper.

This jumper is designed to be oversized; however, if you want yours to be close fitting, you can go down a size. Get the pattern from Kate Polizzi.

The Millennial Jumper

Everygirl Sweater

This is one of my favorite crochet sweater patterns. I’ve made the sweater three times and can tell you that it’s so fun to make and wear.

I love choosing the different color palettes for my sweater. It’s especially fun to make when using self-striping yarn. Get the pattern from Hooked on Homemade Happiness.

Everygirl Sweater

Matriarch Sweater

This finished piece looking so stunning, you’re going to love making your very on matriarch sweater.

I highly recommend reading the story behind the creation of this sweater. It’s a beautiful story. Get the pattern from Honse Design.

Matriarch Sweater

 Turtleneck Sweater

Daisy and Peace creates some of the most beautiful crochet patterns I’ve come across, and this one is no exception. Once the winter rolls around, you’re going to love wearing this turtleneck sweater. Get the pattern from Daisy and Peace.

 Turtleneck Sweater

Cotton Candy Puff Sleeve Sweater

If you love puff sleeve sweaters, make your very own with this pattern. You can get the PDF pattern from Anne Claire’s Crochet Club. You can also watch the video tutorial on YouTube.

Cotton Candy Puff Sleeve Sweater

Starry Night Sweater

Crocheters can sometimes get a little nervous when they see an image design within a garment. They think they won’t be able to make the piece themselves.

I’m here to tell you that it’s so much easier than you think. Give this pattern a try. I think you’ll be happy you did! Get the pattern from Crafts by Gelato.

Starry Night Sweater

Patchwork Sweater

I don’t know about you, but I love a good patchwork sweater. This sweater is actually on my things to make list. I can’t wait to pick out my colors and get started on this one. Get the pattern from Alaska Crochet Co.

Patchwork Sweater

Cropped Sweater

The stitch used for this sweater makes it look absolutely amazing. This is an easy+ level pattern, so it’s great for the adventurous beginner. Get the pattern from Daisy and Peace.

Cropped Sweater

The Valentine Sweater

This sweater is one size and fits a medium/large. This sweater would look great using different color combinations.

This sweater would be especially nice to wear on Valentine’s Day. Get the pattern from Olyvia Made Shop.

The Valentine Sweater

Cat Sweater

Even if you don’t own any cats, I think you’ll still enjoy making and wearing this awesome cat sweater.

This is an advanced beginner pattern, that requires you to become familiar with colorwork. If you’re looking for unique crochet sweater patterns, this is the sweater for you. Get the pattern from Alaska Crochet Co.

Cat Sweater

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