No ugly sweaters for us sewers this season! However, these sewing patterns are easy to customise for your Christmas Sweater or just to make that comfy and cosy top to lounge around in! These are perfect for all sorts of knit fabrics too!
Here are 8 sweater sewing patterns to see you through the season, and beyond:
1. Neige Sweatshirt from Deer & Doe – click here
On the left: This is such a statement top with its pieced sleeves. Version A offers side slits and a funnel neck, while version B is cropped and finished with ribbing. Make your sweatshirt in medium-weight jersey or interlock fabrics and team up with your favourite jeans or for a smarter look your best trousers or pencil skirt!
2. Ali Sweatshirt from Sew DIY – click here
On the right: This pattern has been re-launched to add more sizes and an increased length for taller sewers. It’s the perfect oversized sweatshirt featuring drop-shoulders, dolman sleeves, a shoulder yoke and two-piece sleeves. Make with a crew or scoop neck. We love the kangaroo pocket!
3. Sheridan Sweater from Hey June Handmade – click here
On the left: What a cosy, stylish, and yet simple sweater. Make with a crew neck, or gorgeous built-up bateau neckline (similar to a wide mock turtleneck). Both have a regular banded length, cropped banded length, or cropped hem length. The sleeve styles include a cuffed bishop sleeve, an elasticated bishop sleeve, and a very simple wide bell sleeve. Because it’s very easy to sew, fit, and wear, the Sheridan also makes a great gift!
4. The Regan Top from Sew Me Something – click here
On the right: Everyone needs a cosy sweatshirt that they can turn to when comfort is the order of the day! This one from Sew Me Something is crying out for contrasting waistband, cuffs and neckband! The sleeves fall straight from the shoulder giving a lovely slimline silhouette and the slightly tapered body has no dart shaping to make it easy to make up in knit fabric.
5. Studio to Street Top from Greenstyle Creations – click here
On the left: Gym to grocery shopping – this top will be your new best friend! With lots of different necklines, you can show off your back or go simple with the crew back option for full coverage! This sewing pattern has just enough options to give you a big variety of looks without being overwhelming to sew!
6. Busan Top from Itch to Stitch – click here
This sweatshirt design has some nice styling detailing for a smarter look. It will add a modern twist to your everyday wear with its statement sleeves and exaggerated narrow shoulders. This is ideal regardless of whether you have wide or narrow shoulders; the silhouette is designed to look great on you!
7. Elliot Sweater from Helen’s Closet – click here
On the left – This is a go-to cosy layer for everyday wear. Dress it up with dark denim and boots or keep it casual over leggings and sneakers. Options include a stylish high-low hem with a side slit that provides comfort around the hips. Whilst the other option is slightly cropped, and perfect for pairing with high waist trousers and skirts.
8. Jarrah Sweater from Megan Nielsen – click here
A loose-fitting drop shoulder sweater pattern that’s ideal piece for mid-season layering. It’s an easy sewing pattern for beginners, as well as a satisfying project for the more experienced sewer. It has a crew or funnel neckline, two sleeve options and four hem styles.
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