In this post, you will see 8+ stylish ideas for your fall oversized knits.
One trend that seems to keep coming back year after year is the oversized sweater.
This year the emerging trend is for HUGE sweaters as seen by Pringle of Scotland, Ryan Roche, Edun, Spencer Vladimir, Sacai, Barbara Bui, Chloe, Victoria Victoria Beckham, M Missoni, and more.
These large baggy sweaters are back year after year – and why not?!
They are comfy, cozy, and really, really versatile.
Sweaters from Victoria Beckham Pre-Fall 2017 show slouchy shapes with monochromatic colors.
Every year designers make oversized sweaters for all seasons, from knee-length cardigans in all white to V-neck sweaters with coordinating turtlenecks and for winter – wool jumpers with shearling trimmed corduroy jackets.
Better than wearing an actual blanket in the cold weather, these knitted pieces can be flattering when styled in the right way.
One option is to wear a huge monochromatic knit teamed with loose trousers or a flowing skirt – get inspiration from Victoria Beckham (look at those sleeves below!) and Marc Jacobs and you can’t go wrong!
Make your own designer sweater for less
As these designer labels may be a little out of most people’s price range, why not make your own?!
After all, you have the skills, now all you need is the right knitting pattern.
Make a chunky knit sweater with a turtleneck, a textured sleeve, and best of all it’s a quick knit.
The skill level is easy and you can shop the pattern here – Oversized Chunky Knit Sweater.
Sweater Knitting Patterns
The sweater patterns in this round-up post are easy to make, with beginner knitters and those of you who are more advanced in mind.
Using knit and purl stitches, you will create ribbing, and learn to knit in the round and it will also introduce you to decreasing and shaping.
If you have never attempted to knit a sweater before, then choosing one of these patterns is a great way to start!
Oversized Cardigan Knitting Pattern
For a really comfortable baggy, slouchy sweater look at my chunky cardigan knitting pattern.
It’s free and advanced beginner-friendly, using only garter stitch and minimal shaping.
Perfect for both fall and winter, it really is oversized!
Take a look at the free chunky knit cardigan pattern here.
8 Stylish Ideas For Your Fall Oversized Knits
Find the perfect oversized sweater knitting pattern and get those needles out, this type of project will see you through Netflix marathons throughout fall and keep you cozy once finished.
There is nothing cozier than wearing your own handmade sweater, choosing your own yarn, and knowing that you created something special.
1. Oversized Sweater Knitting Pattern
A great sweater pattern for beginners, this knitting pattern doesn’t require any special knitting skills.
If you are looking for something on the next level up from knitting a scarf or cowl, this sweater is just the thing for fall!
Beginners can follow the pattern and create a beautiful piece of clothing, with a slouchy neckline.
Choose your yarn and get going with this marvelous free knitting pattern from the Eat Me Blog – here.
2. A Chunky Turtleneck Sweater Knitting Pattern
Make a chunky turtleneck sweater to stay warm during the winter months.
The shoulder seams are raglan so really easy to knit and seam using the mattress stitch.
This sweater can be made in a range of sizes from Xs to 2x/3x.
The turtleneck and cuffs/collar are knit in 1×1 ribbing K1, P1.
The main body of the sweater is knit in stockinette stitch.
View the pattern here – Chunky Turtleneck Sweater Knitting Pattern.
3. Easy Knit Blanket Sweater Pattern
Make a super cozy cocoon-style sweater/cardigan and wrap yourself up in the crisp air.
This heavy blanket sweater is knit in stockinette stitch, with a seed stitch front band to look loose and drapey.
It is oversized for maximum comfort and knit with Lion Brand Yarn.
This free knitting pattern from Mama In A Stitch is a great pattern for beginners.
This piece can be adapted to fit sizes from size XS to 5XL.
Get the pattern here.
4. Norwegian Skappel Sweater Knitting Pattern
This oversized sweater with a ribbed hem is very easy to make, which makes it perfect for beginners.
You can wear it with the cuffs turned up or down.
Take a look at this free sweater knitting pattern from The Fuzzy Corner – here.
5. Oversized Pullover Knitting Pattern
This knitted sweater looks like it would look amazing over leggings, paired with boots for a fall walk with your furry kid.
Take a look at the pattern from Willow Yarns and make one of your own this fall.
It is intermediate level and can be made in the following sizes; Extra Small (Small, Medium, Large, 1X).
Get the pattern here.
6. Turtleneck Oversize Sweater Knitting Pattern
I just love this HUGE turtleneck sweater from Drops Design.
Knit on circular needles (80 cm) size 3 and 7 mm – or the size needed to get 12 sts x 14 rows in double moss st on needle size 7 mm = 10 x 10 cm.
This sweater has a great texture created by the knit stitches in the fabric.
Make your own this fall and hide inside of it on those cold days.
Get the pattern here.
7. Wonderwool Sweater Knitting Pattern
This free supersized sweater pattern designed by Wool and the Gang, in a collaboration with Good Housekeeping, is a real stand-out piece.
Chunky and oversized, make it with their own Crazy Sexy Wool and US 17 + US 50 needles.
You could also look at substituting the yarn with Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick.
Get the kits or the easy pattern here.
8. Top-Down Pullover Knitting Pattern
An easy-to-knit top-down pullover with a turtleneck, rib details, and an all-over texture will be a good classic piece to wear for fall.
You can experiment with yarn weights too like skeins of worsted weight yarn.
You can experiment with the tunic length also.
Knit in a large size to make sure you get a sloppy fit!
Take a look at the pattern from Knitty – here.
9. Super Chunky Oversized Sweater Knitting Pattern
This chunky knit sweater is really quick to knit and has been said that it takes about three movies to make.
The sweater is knitted from the bottom and up on circular needles.
Skill Level – Easy.
Take a look at the free knitting pattern from Hemslojd – here.
I hope you have enjoyed this post and found a sweater pattern you really want to make.
Let me know what you think in the comments below. xoxo