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9 Men’s Sweater Patterns We Want to Make

There’s nothing like making a sweater for a knit-worthy loved one. If you’re looking for sweater patterns to make for the men in your life, we have rounded up nine of our favourites – all of which are designed in The Fibre Co. yarn.

9 of Our Favourite Men’s Sweater Patterns

1. Wuthering Heights by Les Tricoteurs Volants

We love the geometric cable panels in this top-down, saddle-shoulder pullover. Designed for Lore, the stockinette shows off the depth of the heathered colourways whilst the stitch definition makes those cables pop!

2. Navigate Pullover by Annie Lupton

The incredible cable panel on this Cumbria Fingering pullover looks like a lot of fun to knit! Knitted in pieces and seamed, this tailored sweater has saddle shoulders and a very modern fit.

3. Donegal Sweater by Moira Engel

This rustic, shawl-collar sweater is pure luxury, and can be knit holding two lines of our Arranmore Light  yarn. Worked in pieces and seamed, it features varying panels of cables to keep you inspired to knit just one more row.

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4. Call the Ships to Port by Les Tricoteurs Volants

This seamless pullover is inspired by men’s Gansey sweaters of the Channel Islands. Designed in Lore, it makes an excellent everyday sweater with plenty of texture.

5. One Sweater by Becky Baker

This top-down, raglan sweater is designed in 15 sizes, up to a 62” chest. Knitted in Cumbria, this workhorse pullover is quick to knit and will become a firm favourite in their wardrobe.

6. Inishmeane by Rachel C. Brown

This sweater was originally designed in Arranmore but can be knit by holding two strands of Arranmore Light together. It is fun to knit and begs to be worn all Winter. We love how the cables on the sleeves flow into the tall collar!

7. Straightaway Cardigan by Mone Dräger

This drop-shoulder cardigan has a relaxed fit and a striking, geometric stitch. Designed in Arranmore Light, it looks rustic but feels extremely luxurious.

8. Lowther by Lotta H Löthgren

Inspired by traditional workwear cardigans that typically have V-necks and buttoned closures, Lowther is a classic garment you’ll wear for years knitted in Cumbria Fingering.

9. Wishbone Sweater by Allison Jane

Designed in Acadia, this classic pullover features cables that form small wishbones across the front panel. The back is worked in reverse stockinette which highlights the slubs of silk noil in the yarn.

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Quick to knit in just one hank of Lore, you can wear Chapelfield pulled over your ears like Nick or fold up the brim to wear it as a watchcap.

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