Easy Knitted Sweater Pattern
Easy Knitted Sweater Pattern

If you want to both protect yourself from the cold and create your unique style in winter, then this sweater is for you ladies! This easy sweater pattern is a great choice for beginners. I am happy to share this sweater pattern in which I brought the compatible colors together. I believe that this is an ideal sweater knitting pattern for those who like to attract the attention all the times. This is a pattern which can be considered easy even for the beginner knitters. I’m answering all kinds of question regarding the pattern on my blog. Good luck!


Yarn: Nako Artist 86345
Yarn: Nako Artist 86345
  • Difficulty level: Easy
  • : 5 (US Size: 3.75)
  • : 36-38
  • : Artist 86345 (5 balls)
  • : Autumn, Winter, Spring


How to Easy Knit Sweater?

Knit Sweater for women by Nako
Knit Sweater for women by Nako


Sweater Back and Front Chart
Sweater Back and Front Chart

1- Work front and back pieces separately, but in the same way. Cast on 80 stitches; after working 2 rows of rib, open 2 buttonholes at 10 cm interval. Work 2 cm of 1+1 rib and switch to knit stitch.

2- When body length is 15 cm, increase 10 x 2 stitches at both ends on every row for armholes to obtain 120 stitches.

3-After knitting 2 rows, decrease 35 x 1 stitches at both ends at every 2 rows to drop to 50 stitches.

4- When knit length is 50 cm, center the stitches for neck, and bind off 30 stitches in the middle.

5- Finish after decreasing 5+3+2 stitches at the neck side on every row.

6- Prepare 150 cm of cording and use it as a belt.


Arm Design for Easy Knitted Sweater
Arm Design for Easy Knitted Sweater
Sweater Arms Chart
Sweater Arms Chart

Cast on 54 stitches. Work 2 cm of 1+1 rib and switch to knit stitch. Finish when the sleeve length is 18 cm.

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Pick up 105 stitches on the needle around the neck. Work 2 cm of knit stitch and finish.


Copyright Note: This pattern has been translated from the original language with written permission of Nako. Nako is forbidden to share and reproduce without permission.


  1. I need to make a larger size – 40-44.. Can you give me that numbers of stitches needed for the larger size.

    Also is this made on size 5 needles using Chunky Yarn. The need size seems to be too small for the size of the yarn.

    Appreciate your help at your earliest convenience.

    • Features of the proposed yarn:
      Mixture (Materials): 35% Wool, 65% Premium Acrylic Ball
      Weight: 100 g
      Yarn Length: 150
      Related Needle Sizes:5
      Related Crochet Sizes: 4Stitch Info: 10×10 cm measure, 18 rows 15

      Please try a yarn with these features.

    • Hi, Marcia
      You can increase it proportionally for larger sizes.
      The needle size refers to the Euro metric. It will be 3.75 size to the US measure.

      I am pleased to answer your questions.

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  4. Just came across your website & I love it. Thanks for coming up with an easy sweater pattern. It’s going to wk perfectly for me as I’m more of a beginning Knitter. I’ll be back for sure.

  5. The sweater seems nice. However, most of your metric – American conversions are incorrect. Purchase a ruler that has cm on one length and inches on the other. A meter stick is 39 in. 2.5 cm = 1 in. 5 cm = 2 in. 15 cm = 6 in. 30 cm = 12 in. 50 cm = 19.5 in SO 55 cm cannot equal 14.
    Also, you can look up needle conversion charts on the internet. 5 mm is an 8 American. 5.5 mm is a 9 American. If you mentioned the yarn tension (gauge), it would always be helpful. The sweater does look nice – I will eventually knit one.

  6. I agree with the comments about the conversions, they are way off and incorrectly identified as US, when they are in fact metric. The chunky yarn with that small a needle is so tight it practically breaks the needle.