Sweater Patterns for Every Month of the Year

When you think "sweater weather," you might picture cloudy skies and chilly temps. But why wait until the cold months to break out those wonderful handknits? We believe that any weather can be sweater weather...as long as you have the right sweater! We've assembled this list of 12 pullovers and 12 cardigans for every month of the year, from snuggly winter layers to gauzy summer tops.

What we're wearing...


January: Quinn & Jesse

For the coldest month of the year, we want to put on something especially warm. The intricate cables of our Quinn cardigan and Jesse pullover are extra insulating and delightfully squishy.

Quinn pattern page

Jesse pattern page


February: Franca & Tillie

Pajamas, but make it fashion. That's the mindset when we're this deep into winter. Franca has all the trappings of a snuggly (yet stylish) bathrobe, while Tillie is as casually comfy as your favorite oversized sweatshirt.

Franca pattern page

Tillie pattern page


March: Tallulah & Veronika

Not quite winter, not quite spring - March can be a fickle month. We're reaching for pieces that can be easily thrown on over any outfit. Think of Tallulah and Veronika like wearable blankets - grab-and-go essentials to carry us through the season of transition.

Tallulah pattern page

Veronika pattern page


April: Nine Patch & Renee

The first weeks of spring can have a lingering chill in the air, so we want effortless pieces that can be added and removed just when we need. Our Nine Patch vest layers perfectly over shirts and under jackets, while Renee's deep armholes, wide neckline, and slouchy fit make it easy to slip and on off.

Nine Patch pattern page

Renee pattern page


May: Madeleine & Olivia

When colorful flowers blossom all around, we feel inspired to wear something with a little extra flair. Madeleine's French-inspired stripes and Olivia's darling bobble panel will have you feeling cute as a daisy! Both are lightweight and layerable to keep you comfortable.

Madeleine pattern page

Olivia pattern page


June: Eva & June

While we're frolicking outside in the freedom of summer, we want something cool and breathable that will keep our shoulders protected from the sun. Our swingy Eva cardigan and relaxed June tee will do just that!

Eva pattern page

June pattern page


July: Lizzie & Cleo

Mid-summer heat calls for ice cream cones, poolside lemonade, and breezy fabrics. Our light-as-air Lizzie cardigan will give you a delicate layer of sun protection, while sleeveless Cleo gives elevated style to the classic summer tank top.

Lizzie pattern page

Cleo pattern page


August: Zoe & Tilda

If you want something lightweight you can throw on over a sundress or pair with linen trousers, Zoe and Tilda fit the bill. Both will beautifully upgrade any outfit while keeping you nice and cool.

Zoe pattern page

Tilda pattern page


September: Juniper & Ruth

For all the hustle and bustle of early fall, we want pieces that keep us looking put-together on the go. Our Juniper vest and Ruth pullover both have clean lines, ease of movement, and the perfect balance of warmth and ventilation.

Juniper pattern page

Ruth pattern page


October: Toni & Andie

The classic "sweater weather" month deserves a classic sweater look...with some extra special details. Our Toni cardigan has that "grandpa" style you know and love, with options to customize the pockets and hem ribbing. Andie has all the charm of a classic pullover with subtly puffed drop shoulders and pretty cable increases on the shoulders.

Toni pattern page

Andie pattern page


November: Sarah & Mabel

Rain, hail, sleet, snow...you never know what November has in store. For this brisk season we're breaking out our most reliable wear-them-with-everything sweaters. Our Sarah cardigan and Mabel pullover both keep you warm and comfy without skimping on style.

Sarah pattern page

Mabel pattern page


December: Amy & Lucia

For the end of the year and the beginning of winter, we're cozying up with some super bulky knits. Amy and Lucia both knit up in a flash (holiday gift-giving, anyone?) and will keep you toasty warm all season long.

Amy pattern page

Lucia pattern page

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