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Color Block Sweater Crochet Pattern

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Have you ever owned a sweater that was amazingly comfortable, made you feel good wearing it, and that you made yourself? The NEW Color Block Sweater will do exactly that. 👐 The first pattern from Heart Hook Home in 2022, this pattern is a new favorite of mine. I hope you love this one as much as I enjoyed creating it!

Color Block Sweater pattern

Color Block Sweater Crochet Pattern

The Color Block sweater pattern is so much fun to crochet. It works up super fast, with as few as 66 rows for the entire thing! Available in EIGHT sizes, ranging from adult XS to 4XL.

And, because I know you’re excited and I’ve already had requests… the child sizes are on their way! Woot!

color block sweater crochet pattern

For this design you’ll need any worsted weight, size 4 yarn. In these photos I used “olive” in Big Twist Value yarn from Joann. For the actual color block version I used “Tidepool”, “Paprika”, and “White” Brava Worsted from WeCrochet.

Color Block Sweater pattern

In order to make the Color Block sweater you will need:

-approx. (1000, 1100, 1275, 1350, 1425, 1500, 1650, 1875) yards

Great choices of yarn would be Brava Worsted (as pictured), Big Twist Value (as pictured) Lion Brand Vanna’s ChoiceCaron One PoundLion Brand Pound of Love, or Red Heart Super Saver.

The sizing of the Color Block sweater is as follows:

(XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL) will fit up to (31”, 34”, 38”, 42”, 46”, 50”, 54”, 58”) bust.

Grab this pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, or right here in the Heart Hook Home blog shop!

We are using the “Small Triangles” stitch for this pattern. Find the full tutorial for this stitch – including video – here.

small triangles crochet stitch tutorial

If you are new to reading patterns, this one would be a good pattern to get your feet wet. I do recommend taking a look at this post on How To Read a Crochet Pattern if you are brand new to crocheting from patterns, and don’t hesitate to shoot me an email if you get stuck!

This sweater starts at the neckline with a circular yoke (increasing evenly until circumference per each size is reached). This makes for a seamless design that I just love.

Use three colors as in the pattern itself, or make a solid color. Both are stunning, and you may want to do one of each! ♥

Be sure to share a photo with me by tagging @HeartHookHome across all social media, and in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community on Facebook!

Grab this pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, or right here in the Heart Hook Home blog shop!

Thank you for loving Heart Hook Home patterns, and I can not WAIT to crochet some amazing things with you in the future!

Color Block Sweater by Heart Hook Home

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  1. Anyone else run out of color c on a size small? I’m right at the end of finishing the second sleeve, but I have no more of my color c. I wish I’d known color c takes more yarn than the others. So disappointed.
    1. Can you suggest an alternative to the sleeve cuffs? My daughter has textural and visual issues with these in clothing. I think I can make the bottom work but any ideas there would also be appreciated. Thanks!
  2. I’m not understanding how the increases occur? I’m on row 8 and still at 98 stitches and should be at 160.
  3. I just purchased your pattern and I am a bit confused with ROW 2 ( so sad I can't get past row 2 lol) if I don't turn where do I do the first SC and so on?
    1. I don't have the pattern , but you should just keep going around , I would mark my 1st stitch with a st marker ,I would not slip st bc it will start showing on the back but if it's all SC just keep going around ,hope this helps
      1. Thanks so much. I think I was confused because I didn't realize it was in the round. Thanks again, you saved me :)
  4. Hi I tried using the discount code for the sweater but it said I already used it.Could you please tell me what I did wrong thanks.
  5. I have bought this pattern today, its exactly what I wanted to have a go at, but I am not hugely experienced and am getting in a muddle getting the yoke started, can you suggest any tutorials for this please, I have followed your stitch tutorial and have got the hang of that part
  6. I would like to use K&C Angle Hair yarn for this. It is a #5. What hook size would you suggest and would I go up or down in size? Thanks so much! Can't wait to start it!!!
    1. I would try a gauge swatch per pattern first, and just see what you get...but possibly go up a hook size and down a pattern size.
  7. I have the pattern and tried an aran weight swatch, too big, I have swatched a DK weight and it is good to go, my only problem is that I am still having problems with the stitch so I need to keep trying, I am a visual not a pattern learner.
  8. So I bought your new released pattern and I bought it through heart hook home blog Shop now where do I go to find it
    1. Hi Kathy! There should have been a download link given right after purchase...and you should also have received an email with the download as well (it could have gone to your spam folder?). If you still can't find it, please shoot me an email at support@hearthookhome.com and I will get it to you.