I’m not the biggest fan of summer fashion. Don’t get me wrong, I love a casual tank top and cut-off jean shorts, but when it comes to comfort, I’m all about layering. I love being able to throw on a big, comfy knitted sweater and pile on a pretty knit infinity scarf without passing out from heat exhaustion. That’s why I’m giddy about autumn being right around the corner. The days are cool and crisp, and the nights make for amazing sleeping weather. Tailgating, apple picking, and other festive outdoor activities are the perfect time to layer with cozy autumn knits. Here are a few of our favorite fall sweater patterns.
Knitted Sweater Patterns
The knitted jacket is one of my all-time favorite ways to layer. The Autumn Fields Jacket is a beautiful, rustic looking knit jacket that’s perfect for afternoon strolls and pumpkin picking.
Simple and classic, the basic pullover is a never-fail option for staying warm and cozy all day long. The Million Hits Sweater is my personal favorite.
The cardigan is a pretty, feminine way to incorporate a warm autumn knit into your wardrobe. The Cranberry Lace Cardigan is a delicate, lacy pattern in a warm red tone.
Some fall days will be warmer than others, so for those Indian summer days, try the breezy Baggy Wave Sweater. It’s one of my favorite light weight patterns for fall.
The Northern Lights Cardigan is a stylish over-sized cardigan with a fair-isle inspired design. I love the vintage look of this sweater. It’s perfect for keeping warm around a late-night bonfire or going for a hike in the woods.
So dust the sand off those knitting needles and grab a skein of yarn. It’s knitted sweater season!
Do you have a go-to autumn sweater pattern?