Spring knits: 3 must-have cardigans

We’re finally heading towards lighter and (hopefully) warmer days. With that shift, a thick knitted sweater might be slightly too warm. These transitional months can be very up and down in temperatures, making a knitted cardigan the perfect go-to. They’re great for layering up when it’s chilly outside and just as easy to take off when the sun decides to come out. Plus, there’s no shortage of adorable cardigan designs out there. There are so many cute cardigans out there, here are our current 3 favorite cardigan patterns.  

Scandi Cardi

If you’re looking for a chunky, easily-knitted cardigan for these transitional months then the Scandi Cardi is for you. Its oversized fit and fluffy feel makes it great for any occasion, and is perfect for throwing over a dressy or more casual outfit. This cardigan pattern is also beginner friendly, which we love!

Vorin cardigan

A beautiful, fluffy, cable knit cardigan is a must-have this year. This one from Strikkevorin is definitely one of our favorites. Its light and airy feel makes it perfect for the spring. Plus, it’s so comfy, you’ll find yourself wanting to wear it all the time!

Skaare jacket

Last but not least, the Skaare Jacket is a timeless and comfy garter stitch jacket with a zip. This is a great alternative to your usual button-down or open style cardigan. We love this woolen jacket that can be thrown on anytime, and can easily be dressed up or down. This is the perfect staple jacket for any wardrobe. 

We hope you love these cardigan patterns as much as we do, and that you want to knit your very own. The patterns are all available in Knit&Note’s pattern library! Upgrade to premium here to get unlimited access to hundreds of high-quality knitting patterns 🧶

16 thoughts on “Spring knits: 3 must-have cardigans”

  1. I have your app and cannot get the pattern for Skaare sweater. I registered to have the measurements and other information in “ lmperial” but the information was in metric. Also it is hard to track down the pattern. Am I doing something wrong?

    1. Hi Anne, sorry about that! That should not happen, have you got it in metric now? In what way is it hard to track down the pattern?

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