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Top Five Cozy Pullover Sewing Patterns for Fall

By Allie

Allie is the co-founder of Indiesew and creator of all things pretty on the site. Follow Allie and receive other Indiesew updates by subscribing to the blog.

This week in Colorado we abruptly transitioned from a very hot summer to winter weather in the span of about 24 hours. As snow fell from the sky yesterday morning, I realized that it's time to pull out the cozy knit pullovers and work them into my wardrobe once again.

As I pulled on my Toaster Sweater #1 (seen above) this morning, I realized that we've never done a roundup post of our favorite cozy knit pullover sewing patterns. The list below contains our favorite, tried-and-true designs that I find myself reaching for again and again.

 

Ali Sweatshirt by Sew DIY

Just released last month, the Ali Sweatshirt by Sew DIY is a cropped knit sweatshirt with a drop shoulder and a shoulder yoke. The shoulder has a fun center back seam for visual interest. This version is sewn in our sold-out Apple Red French Terry, which we're working to restock!

 

Linden Sweatshirt by Grainline Studio

The Linden Sweatshirt by Grainline Studio is a crowd favorite with its slightly scooped neckline and two length options. Even better, this design can be sewn in thicker sweatshirt knits or with lighter-weight jerseys for ultimate versatility.

 

Tallinn Sweater by Hey June

The Tallinn Sweater by Hey June has a cozy cowl neckline and an asymmetrical overlapping front bodice. This drop-sleeve is ideal when sewn in mid- to heavy-weight knits with some drape.

 

Toaster Sweater #1 by Sew House Seven

One of my favorite pullovers to wear is the Toaster Sweater #1 by Sew House Seven. This semi-cropped, raglan sweater or sweatshirt also has a cowl neckline and wide cuffs and waistband.

 

Sloane Sweatshirt by Named Clothing

Named Clothing has taken the basic sweatshirt up a notch with French darts. The Sloane Sweatshirt is a bit more fitted than other designs on this list and pairs beautifully with jeans and sneakers for a casual look.

What's great about these designs is that they're quick to sew! In a matter of a few hours you'll have a cozy new top to wear all fall and winter and long. Check out all of our pullover sewing patterns and these tutorials to help you sew your own:

Happy pullover sewing! 

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