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How to Knit a Sweater: 7 Free Sweater Patterns
Stay warm, toasty and stylish with this classic knit jacket pattern for men. Created with a simple design, the Cozy Colorblock Jacket will suit a variety of different tastes. If you're already good on sweaters, consider knitting this project for a holiday gift for Dad, your uncle or your brother. Men of all ages will appreciate owning a timeless cardigan that help block out autumn's chilly winds. A special note to complete this project, you'll need to master single crochet to make the edging.
It can be tough gathering ideas for knitted gifts for men, so we've made it a little bit easier on you. Keep him fashionable yet comfortable in this Men's V-Neck Cable Cardigan. This cable knit cardigan pattern is great for date night or a casual day in the office. Knit this sweater in the suggested grape or switch up the colors to better fit with his wardrobe year-round. Whichever you choose, he's sure to appreciate the subtle yet beautiful designs throughout. With the help of this free knit pattern, he may just find his new favorite cardigan.
If you've been searching free knitting patterns for sweaters, but can't find any simple ones, this is a great pattern to try. This Basic Men's Sweater will help you create a special gift for all the men you know. Follow these instructions to create a staple sweater that can be worn during the winter and fall.
Channel the spirit of Jeff Bridges' character from The Big Lebowski in the Men's Nordic Cardigan. This rustic knit cardigan pattern is an ode to The Dude as well as laid back men in general. Featuring an eagle motif as well as fair isle stitch work, the Men's Nordic Cardigan is sure to become your knitting pride and joy.
The Easy Crewneck Pullover is a timeless garment your man will love wearing any day of the year. This simple yet stylish knit sweater pattern features a subtle stitch texture and contrasting-colored edging. This casual knit pullover is perfect for layering over a t-shirt and jeans on a chilly spring or summer evening. It's also the perfect garment to wear while doing some yard work on a brisk autumn day.
Perfect for wearing during both work and play, this Men's Weekend Sweater is one of those free knit sweater patterns you'll be dying to make for all the men in your life, or maybe even for yourself! Made with chunky yarn, this sweater should stand the test against even the harshest of winter weather.
The Cabled Forest Sweater is the essential knit sweater pattern for him.This intermediate knitting pattern may take a little more time, but the result is well worth it. Featuring a classic, dark green color in a timeless cable design, the Cabled Forest Sweater is an attractive and slimming garment your husband, boyfriend, brother, father, or best bud is sure to love.
The Streamlined Striped Sweater will be a wardrobe staple when autumn rolls around. This top down raglan sweater pattern is as attractive as it is warm. It's slim enough to wear to the office, yet comfortable enough for weekend wear. The pattern features two thin horizontal lines across the front and back of the sweater which add interesting focal point. Whether you're knitting for yourself or for a friend, the Streamlined Striped Sweater will be someone's new favorite. Sizing options include small, medium, large, extra large, and double extra large.
This is a great sweater for that special man you know. It's a form-fitting sweater that will keep him warm when it's cold. Worsted weight yarn is used with a circular needles and double pointed needles.
The Men's Knitted Sweater is a great gift for any man in your life. The sweater knitting pattern uses the intarsia knitting technique for the stripe. This particular pattern is made for a male size medium but can be adjusted for a larger size. The Men's Knitted Sweater is for the intermediate knitter that is looking to make something for their hubby, son, or father. Change the colors to his taste and this will be his favorite sweater ever.
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