This Holiday Sweater is the classic type of sweater to wear it during winter holidays. The combination of red and white and the “fair isle” pattern on the yoke is getting you there for sure. It’s true that most beautiful Fair Isle sweater are knitted, but if you are not a knitter and you still want this kind of sweater, this is for you.

Holiday Sweater

This Sweater was designed for and you can download the FREE pdf pattern from here.

About  design

This Holiday Sweater is a top – down sweater worked with a round yoke. We will start to work from the neck, working the yoke first and then separate the sleeves and work the body and sleeves individually.

This sweater has a closer fit and the length of the sweater and of the sleeves can be easily adjust on your taste, by just adding more rows.


Holiday Sweater 

I used for this Holiday Sweater Starlight from Hobbii. Starlight is a lovely, bulky wool mix twined with reflective thread. The reflective thread adds a subtle mixed look to the yarn, and will reflect strong sources of light in the dark .

Starlight is easy to work with and works up fast, so you will finish this sweater in no time.

The yoke of this sweater is the one that gives that Holiday flare and you know what, is super easy to make. It’s just about a combination of simple stitches like, linen stitch, single crochet and V stitch, but the result is amazing.

Holiday Sweater

This Sweater was designed for and you can download the FREE pdf pattern from here.

Another advantage of this sweater is that is worked top – down. so no seams and easy to adjust the length of the sweater and sleeves. Also, is available in 4 sizes from  Small to 1 X Large, so you have a lot of good reason to make it. It will be a great Christmas Gift!

I hope I convinced you to go on Hobbii Website and download this pattern. You don’t have anything to lose because it’s free.

Holiday Sweater. Free PDF




  1. I love, love, love your sweaters, beautiful design! I’ve crocheted for everyone else but I’ve never made anything for myself…….now I have to!!! Thanks so much for the free patterns!

  2. Edyta Jeznach

    I just want to say THANK YOU for publishing projects with patterns. It’s very helpful. I wish you unlimited creativity and inspiration. PEACE LOVE AND JOY 💜

  3. Hi! I love this pattern!! Thank you for sharing it with us. I started today, but have a question about rows 9 to 11. I have made 53 V stitches in row 9 (106 stitches total). Than I made 106 sc in row 10. In row 11 you chain two and repeat sc, ch, skip, sc all around, which adds up to 107 stitches. Am I overlooking something or do I have the wrong stitch count? Could you please help me? Thank you!

  4. Hi! I love this pattern. Thank you for sharing it. I started on it today, but I think there is an error in row 11. When you compare the written pattern to the chart they don’t match. The chart shows: sc, ch, sk, sc, ch, sk, etc. But the pattern reeds: sc, ch, sk, sc, sc, ch, sk, sc, sc. Do we follow the chart? Thank you in advance!