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Free V-Neck
Crochet Sweater Patterns

Find your next sweater project in this collection of the best free crochet v-neck sweater patterns.

Free Written Patterns for V-Neck Crochet Sweaters

A woman wearing a blue  wide v-neck crochet sweater with jeans.
Photo: elenaandkamila.com

V-Neck Sweater Crochet Pattern, Free from Elena and Kamila

The Highlands Crochet Sweater features a wide v-neck and the herringbone half double crochet stitch. Pictured in the cropped length, the length is easy to adjust.

SIZE: Nine sizes – XS to 5XL – the finished chest width of the sweater ranges from 17″ to 33″ (43-84 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #3 light/DK weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 961-1845 yards (880-1688 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors, stitch markers, a yarn needle, and a measuring tape.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Herringbone Half Double Crochet.

Grey v-neck sweater
Photo: bellacococrochet.com

Bandia Crochet Sweater from Hook of Love

This free crochet v-neck sweater pattern is designed by Ami of Hook of Love and is available on the Bella Coco Crochet site. The Bandia Sweater is a seamless, raglan design that is simple to make.

SIZE: S, M, L, and XL; to suit bust measurements of 36½”, 38″, 42″, and 46″.
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 1100-1250 yards (1005-1143 m) of colour 1 and 20 yards (18 m) of colour 2.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5.50 mm (I-9) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a darning needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Front Post Double Crochet, Back Post Double Crochet, Tapestry technique, and working from a chart for the Tapestry colourwork.

Crochet v-neck sweater with three-quarter length sleeves.
Photo: christacodesign.com

Sera Sweater from Christa Co Design

The Sera Sweater features a v-neck and 3/4 sleeves. It is crocheted from the bottom up and very minimal seaming is needed.

SIZE: the instructions are for sizes XS up to 5X.
YARN WEIGHT: #3 / Light / DK / Light Worsted weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: depending on the size you will need anywhere from 1000 yards to 1950 yards of yarn (914-1783 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook or hook required to meet gauge.
NOTIONS: stitch markers a yarn needle, measuring tape, and scissors.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Two Double Crochet Cluster Stitch, and the join and turn technique.

Textured crochet v-neck sweater.
Photo: hearthookhome.com

The Basic V-Neck Sweater from Heart Hook Home

This free v-neck sweater pattern is almost seamless; the textured stitch pattern is made up of single crochet and chains and is called the Trinity Stich,

SIZE: instructions are for nine sizes, from XS up to 5XL.
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Soft & Sleek from Yarn Bee.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: depending on size anywhere from 800 to 1600 yards of yarn (732-1463 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 9 mm (M/N-13) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a yarn needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: the Trinity Stitch.

Pink v-neck crochet sweater with high-low hem.
Photo: makeanddocrew.com

Celestial Sweater from Make & Do Crew

The Celestial Sweater features a v-neck, a high-low hem, and exposed seams. This free pattern uses basic stitches to create a modern casual crochet sweater.

SIZE: pattern instructions are for sizes Small to 5X.
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Jeans from Lion Brand.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6.50 mm (K-10 ½) and 8 mm (L-11) crochet hooks.
NOTIONS: stitch markers or safety pins, scissors, a tapestry needle, and a measuring tape.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Reverse Single Crochet and Single Crochet in the Back Loop Only.

Woman wearing Tunisian crochet v-neck sweater.
Photo: bluestarcrochet.com

Emsam Pullover from Blue Star Crochet

The Emsam Sweater is a free Tunisian crochet pattern featuring a deep V neckline and a beautiful knit-look stitch and drape. Helpful video tutorials are included in the pattern to help with any unfamiliar stitches and techniques.

SIZE: XS to 5 XL.
YARN WEIGHT: #1 / Super Fine / Sock / Fingering weight yarn, e.g., Stylecraft Special 4 ply.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: depending on size, you will need between four and eight 100g balls of yarn.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: a 3 mm standard crochet hook and a 7 mm Tunisian crochet hook.
NOTIONS: stitch markers, a yarn needle, scissors
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Tunisian Crochet, Tunisian Knit Stitch.

Boxy crochet v-neck cropped sweater.
Photo: by-katerina.com

WAW Precious Sweater from By Katerina

The WAW Precious Sweater is a modern boxy crochet sweater with a v-neck design, three-quarter sleeves, and cropped length. The free, written pattern includes a stitch chart.

SIZE: S, M, L, XL, and 2XL.
YARN WEIGHT: #2 / Fine / Sport weight, cotton acrylic blend yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: between eight and eleven 50g skeins.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 4 mm (G-6) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: four stitch markers, scissors, a measuring tape, blocking supplies, and a yarn needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Front Post Double Crochet and Back Post Double Crochet.

A grey, ribbed crochet sweater.
Photo: 2loopz.com

Sarah Sweater from 2Loopz

The Sarah Sweater is a free v-neck sweater crochet pattern. The pattern uses the Linked Half Double Crochet Stitch and includes a video tutorial.

SIZE: the size is adjustable.
YARN WEIGHT: #3 / Light / DK / Light Worsted weight yarn.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: stitch markers, tapestry needle, measuring tape, and scissors.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Linked Half Double Crochet.

Woman wearing a v-neck crochet sweater in the snow.
Photo: hookedhazel.com

Spruce Trail Pullover from Hooked Hazel

Learn to crochet a sweater that is worked from side to side with the free Spruce Trail Pullover pattern. Working from side to side helps to stop crochet sweaters from stretching too much.

SIZE: written for sizes XS to 5X.
YARN WEIGHT: #5 / Bulky / Chunky / Craft weight yarn, e.g., Wonderfluff from We Crochet.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook, or size needed to meet gauge.
NOTIONS: a locking stitch marker, scissors, darning needle, and blocking supplies.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Herringbone Half Double Crochet, Foundation Half Double Crochet, and Back Loop Only Crochet.

A lightweight crochet v-neck sweater on a wooden clothers hanger.
Photo: yarnthrift.com

Lightweight Crochet V-Neck Sweater Pattern from Yarn Thrift

The Ember V-Neck is a free pattern for a cropped-length sweater with a light and airy design. The body of the sweater is worked all in one piece, and the sleeves are added in after seaming the sides.

SIZE: Nine sizes – XS to 5X – for bust measurements ranging from 32″ to 64″ (81-162.5 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: @#1 / Super Fine / Sock / Fingering weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 680-1780 yards (622-1628 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 3.25 mm (D-3) and 3.50 mm (E-4) crochet hooks.
NOTIONS: Scissors, a measuring tape, stitch markets, and a tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Double Crochet V-Stitch.

Ribbed crochet v-neck sweater.
Photo: by-katerina.com

Porto Sweater from By Katerina

This free crochet v-neck sweater pattern is worked in vertical rows using double slip stitches to create the ribbed design.

SIZE: eight sizes from Small to 5X Large.
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight, cotton/cotton mix yarn.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 4 mm (G-6) and 6.50 mm (K-10 ½) crochet hooks.
NOTIONS: a yarn needle, stitch markers, and scissors.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Double Slip Stitch and Foundation Half Double Crochet.

A crochet v-neck sweater with a lacy stitch pattern.
Photo: twobrothersblankets.com

The Aphrodite V-Neck Crochet Pullover Pattern by Journey Chanel Designs

Designed by Anastasia of Journey Chanel Designs, this beautifully textured, v-neck sweater pattern is free on the Two Brothers Blankets site (linked below).

SIZE: Seven sizes – from Small to 4XL – with finished measurements from 34″ to 60″ (86-152 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 medium/worsted weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 740-1700 yards (677-1555 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors, stitch markers, a tape measure, and a tapestry needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Crocheting in the 3rd Back Loop and the 3rd Front Loop.

A woman wearing a lacy, granny motif crochet sweater featuriung a v-neck.
Photo: knitsandknotsbyame.com

Lacy V-Neck Crochet Sweater Pattern from KKAME

The Jasper Sweater is a free, lacy sweater pattern featuring a v-neck and a beautiful boho-style granny square design.

SIZE: XS/S, M, and L/XL.
YARN WEIGHT: #3 light/DK weight yarn, e.g., Coboo from Lion Brand.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 3.50 mm (E-4) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors and a yarn needle.

Three different views of a colour blocked crochet v-neck sweater.
Photo: stardustgoldcrochet.com

V-Neck Crochet Sweater Pattern from Stardust Gold Crochet

The Vega Sweater is an easy, free pattern. It’s suitable for beginners to garment making and includes a video tutorial for working the Long Half Double Crochet stitch.

SIZE: S, M, L, XL, and XXL. The finished chest circumference of the sweater ranges from 35″ to 46″ (88-116 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 medium/worsted weight yarn, e.g., 24/7 Cotton from Lion Brand Yarn.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors, a tape measure, and a darning needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Long Half Double Crochet and Foundation Single Crochet.

A woman wearing an oversized v-neck crochet sweater.
Photo: megmadewithlove.com

The Home Girl Sweater Pattern from Meg Made With Love

The Home Girl Sweater is a free pattern for a crochet v-neck sweater with an oversized, relaxed fit. The back is longer than the front, and it’s perfect for wearing with leggings.

SIZE: Six sizes – Small to 3XL – with bust measurements ranging from 38″ to 52″ (96.5-132 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #3 light/DK weight yarn, e.g., Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 1550-2300 yards (1420-2105 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors, a yarn needle, sewing pins, and a tape measure.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Half Double Crochet in the Front Loop Only and Half Double Crochet in the Back Loop Only.

A woman wearing a v-neck sweater crocheted in fall colours.
Photo: hobbii.com

Colour-Blocked V-Neck Sweater Crochet Pattern by Catalina Ungureanu

The Rusty Gold Sweater is a free pattern worked from the top down. It has an oversized fit and is crocheted with two strands of mohair yarn held together.

SIZE: S, M, L, and XL. The finished bust width is from 22¾” to 28¾” (58-73 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #0 thread/lace weight yarn, e.g., Diablo from Hobbii.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 4-5 balls in the Rust colourway and 3-4 balls in Mango.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors and a yarn needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Crocheting with two strands of yarn held together.

Free V-Neck Crochet Sweater Patterns with Video tutorials

V-neck crochet sweater with bell sleeves.
Photo: eandpcrochet.com

The Autumn Belle Sweater from Evelyn and Peter Crochet

The Autumn Belle Sweater is a free crochet pattern featuring bell sleeves and a v-neck. The pattern is beginner-friendly; it uses easy stitches and minimal shaping and includes video tutorials.

SIZE: XS to 5X.
YARN WEIGHT: #2 / Fine / Sport weight yarn, e.g., A Star is Born: Oh Baby Organic from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: depending on the size you will need between eight and eleven 50g skeins of yarn.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 3.50 mm (E-4) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a yarn needle and scissors.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Foundation Double Crochet and X Stitch.

A multi-coloured v-neck crochet sweater featuring the granny cluster stitch.
Photo: mjsoffthehookdesigns.com

Granny Stitch V-Neck Crochet Sweater Pattern from MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

The Granny Pop Sweater is a free pattern for a top-down sweater featuring the classic granny stitch. It’s a quick and easy pattern with a complete video tutorial.

SIZE: XS-5X. To fit a 28-62″ bust (71-157.5 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #3 light/DK weight yarn, e.g., Mary Maxim Prism (pictured).
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 920-1900 yards (841-1738 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 4.50 mm (7) and 5 mm (H-8) crochet hooks.
NOTIONS: Scissors, stitch markers, a yarn needle, a measuring tape, and a steamer for blocking (optional).
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Double Crochet Cluster Stitch and Single Crochet in the Back Loop Ribbing.

Charcoal crochet sweater with v-neck.
Photo: eandpcrochet.com

The Pemberley Pullover from Evelyn and Peter Crochet

The Pemberley Pullover is a boxy design crochet v-neck sweater with ribbed cuffs and hem. A YouTube video tutorial accompanies the free written pattern, making it perfect for beginners to follow along step-by-step.

SIZE: XS to 5X.
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Heartland from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: five to eight 5 oz skeins.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: measuring tape, yarn needle, stitch markers, and scissors.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Back Loop Only Crochet.

Crop length crochet v-neck sweater.
Photo: forthefrills.com

Ocean Breeze V-Neck Sweater from For The Frills

The Ocean Breeze is an easy sweater pattern that uses basic double crochet stitches, a simple construction method, and a video tutorial. The body panels are crocheted from the shoulders down so you can easily adjust the length.

SIZE: XS to 3XL.
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight, cotton acrylic blend, e.g., Comfy Color Mist from We Crochet.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: depending on the size, you will need between four and six 100 g skeins for the cropped sweater and between four and seven skeins for the full length.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a darning needle, scissors, and a measuring tape.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: uses basic stitches only.

Video: MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

Plush & Blush Crop Top Sweater from MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

Learn how to make this cropped, v-neck crochet sweater with this free tutorial that is suitable for beginners. The pattern uses two strands of yarn held together.

SIZE: the free tutorial is for the small size which fits a 34″ bust. You can purchase a pattern that includes instructions for sizes XS to 5X.
YARN WEIGHT: #0 / Thread / Lace weight yarn, e.g., We Crochet Aloft, and #1 / Super Fine / Sock / Fingering weight yarn, e.g., Palette from We Crochet.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors, a measuring tape, stitch markers, and a yarn needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Single Crochet in Back Loop Only and Herringbone Double Crochet.

Gray v-neck crochet sweater.
Photo: forthefrills.com

Elevation Crochet Sweater Pattern from For the Frills

The Elevation Sweater features a loose fit, tapered sleeves, and a v-neck. A YouTube video tutorial accompanies the free written pattern, making it perfect for beginners to follow along step-by-step.

SIZE: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, and 3XL.
YARN WEIGHT: #3 / Light / DK / Light Worsted weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: four 100g skeins for the XS and S sizes, five skeins for M and L, six skeins for XL and 2XL, and seven skeins for 3XL.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 4 mm (G-6) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a darning needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Half Double Crochet in Back Loop Only.

A ribbed v-neck crochet sweater.
Photo: crochetwithcarrie.com

Slouchy V-Neck Crochet Sweater Pattern from Crochet With Carrie

This is a free, easy-level pattern for a cozy, ribbed sweater featuring a v-neckline, an oversized fit, and a cropped length. The sweater is worked from the side to create a vertical ribbed look. A YouTube video tutorial accompanies the free written pattern, so you can follow along step-by-step.

SIZE: Six sizes – Small to 3XL – to fit bust 34-52″ (86-132 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #3 light/DK weight yarn, e.g., DROPS Cotton Light from Garnstudio.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 9-11 50 g balls.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 4.50 mm (7) and 5 mm (H-8) crochet hooks.
NOTIONS: Scissors, a tape measure, stitch markers, and a yarn needle.

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