From the top! Seamless top-down sweaters are awesome.

Knitting a sweater might seem daunting but I have a little trick here that makes it much faster. No seams! Top-down sweaters are started at the neckline and are knit in one piece. That means when you bind off your final stitches you're done, no seaming to master!

Check out these cute top-down sweaters knit in Wooly Worsted yarn.

The Zoey Cardigan is a perfect first sweater. There's cute stripes and a fun color accent at the cuffs. Plus, it's open front and that means no buttonholes! You'll want to wear it every day!

Up next is the Pop Your Color Cardigan. This one is a true favorite of mine. This cardigan hits at the top of the hip and has a sweet eyelet detail at the raglan sleeve shaping. This sweater also features a pop of color (see the name!?) at the cuffs and neckline. The sample here is shown in Wooly Worsted merino yarn colors of Charcoal for the body and Pistachio as the pop!

And even though I mentioned it yesterday, I can't not talk about the Pilsner Pullover! This sweater has a wide neckline that gently rolls like the bottom of the sweater. It is worked in once piece and then the pocket is a quick job right at the end. Fun to knit!

See all the Ewe Ewe sweater patterns here.

Find Wooly Worsted at a yarn shop near you or here on our website

New! Pop Your Color Cardigan knitting pattern

Everyone needs a little touch of color in their life. The Pop Your Color Cardigan gives you a perfect little accent! Pop Your Color Cardigan knitting pattern is a top-down raglan sweater with a sweet eyelet detail. Besides being cute, it has no seams! 

The color is added as a few rows at the cuffs and the collar. It's just the right amount to give this basic cardigan a little something extra. Pop Your Color is a knitting pattern that's easy to make and comes in a wide range of sizes from 32" to 44". Now the only hard part is choosing your colors of Wooly Worsted yarn! Which colors would you pick?

Click here to view Wooly Worsted yarn colors > 

Click here to view the Pop Your Color Cardigan pattern page >