Men’s Sweater Knitting Patterns
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Free Knitting Patterns
Arguyle Pullover Sweater
Long-sleeved pullover with stitches inspired by fishermen’s gansey sweaters. Sizes S[M, L, 1X, 2X]. Designed by Kathleen Sperling
Classic V-necked textured vest. Sizes 37-52″ chest. Pictured project by YaYaHenry
Garter Rib for Him
Long-sleeved pullover sweater knit with a two-row repeat in worsted weight yarn. Sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL. Designed by Melissa Leapman for Cascade Yarns.
Men’s V-Neck Cable Cardigan
Julie Farmer designed this classic long-sleeved cardigan sweater for the men in your life featuring cables and in sizes from Small to 2X.
Pullover vest with a v-neck and rib stitch details on the sides and neckline. No picking up stitches! Designed by Erika Knight to fit chest 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 inches. Pictured projects by kast and redsocksrules
Classic men’s aran cable pullover with long sleeves was designed by the amazing Norah Gaughan for Berroco. To Fit Chest Size: 34(38-42-46-50)”.
Men’s Basketweave Vest
Textured vest in S, M, L, XL, XXL. Designed by Jodi Lewanda.
This zippered front man’s cardigan from Berroco features slipped stitch ribbing, saddle shoulder, pockets and a twisted rib collar. Designed by Cirilia Rose. Sizes Chest (closed) – 36(40-44-48-52)”
- Get the free knitting pattern
- Also available in Berroco Vintage Family Pattern Book 293
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Tire Trace Sweater
This long-sleeved men’s pullover features a wide cable panel on the front and on the sleeves. Designed by Agata Smektala. Sizes M/L 38(42)”; 98(108)cm
The Fog Sweater
Tiennie modeled this sweater after the one worn by the Nick Castle character played by Tom Welling in The Fog movie. Pictured project by FiveSticks
Sherlock – Dr. Watson’s Cabled Crew Neck Jumper
Amy Noelle Walker (MeldeBaggins on Ravelry) feplicates the cable sweater worn by John Watson in the Sherlock series. The pictured project is by adamsfrood42 who has additional notes
Dad and Son Cardigan
Aran cardigan with a matching pattern for Dad’s little boy or girl. Adult Sizes from S to XL. Children Sizes 2-6
Men’s Transitions Cardigan
Yarnspirations’ design features a button front. Sizes from M through 5XL.
The classic v-neck styling is given an interesting twist with the mosaic stitch pattern. Sizes small-2X. Designed by Brenda Bourg for Red Heart
Dad’s Zippered Jacket
Available in sizes XS/S – 4/5 XL from Yarnspirations.
Patterns for Purchase
This long-sleeved open cardigan is suitable for advanced beginners and a quick knit in bulky yarn. 5 sizes from S to XXL
Charcoal Ribbed Cardigan
This man’s shawl-collar cardigan features an all-over two-row repeat garter-rib stitch and set-in saddle shoulders. Sizes 36 (41¼, 44¼, 48, 53¼)” (91.5 [105, 112.5, 122, 135] cm) chest circumference
Long-sleeved pullover sweater features simple cables, textured panels, and saddle shoulders. Finished Size: 36 (39½, 44¼, 46¾, 51½)” chest circumference.
Round Neck Sweater
this long-sleeved pullover sweater features an asymmetric cable pattern – love this! Sizes S – M – L – XL – XXL. One of 33 patterns in Bergere Magazine 184 Knitting and Crochet Pattern Booklet
This long-sleeved cardigan features a graphic striped pattern and is knit in stockinette and rib. Sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL. One of 33 patterns in Bergere Magazine 184 Knitting and Crochet Pattern Booklet
Henry Tudor Sweater
Long-sleeved pullover for men features cables inspired by intricate celtic knotwork pattern taken from a famous portrait of Henry VIII Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!