Free Knitting Patterns: Women's Jackets & Outerwear

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Pasadena_lg

Pasadena Fitted Raglan Jacket

Intermediate/Advanced. A fitted raglan jacket with figure flattering full fashion details.

Jiada_lg

Jiada Coat

Intermediate.

Cinxiabeauty

Cinxia Flare Jacket

Beginner/Intermediate. If you like knitting in the round, here's a jacket with flare.

Gauge: 5.5 stitches per inch or 22.0 stitches per 4 inches.

Slcardi2a

Soft Linen Jacket

Intermediate.

603

Gaelic Wool Jacket

Intermediate.

Anise_20260x310

Anise Jacket

Intermediate.

Lavenderjacket

Lavender Jacket

Intermediate.

Lyrascoat-2

Lyra's Coat

Beginner/Intermediate.

Cumulus Pocketed Coat

Intermediate. The Cumulus coat has deep pockets and wide garter button bands that are the perfect canvas for your largest buttons.

Jacquelinebeauty

Jacqueline Jacket

Intermediate/Advanced. The design for Jacqueline was inspired by the fashion of the ‘60s—mod culture, Chanel jackets, and, of course, Jackie O.

Pebbles_20260x310

Pebbles Jacket

Intermediate.

1045

Moss Stitch Coat

Intermediate.

519zbdj3htl._sl160_

Knitted Jackets

Pattern book.

Wm0292

Wrap Jacket

Beginner/Intermediate. Easy knit wrap jacket is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

M5-jacket

Striped Kimono Jacket

Intermediate.

Cardigan_knit_lrg

Cardigan Jacket

Intermediate. Classics never go out of style, best describes this knitted cardigan jacket with contrasting collar and pocket trim.

Sequoia Jacket

Intermediate/Advanced.

Monteraalt

Montera Coat

Intermediate/Advanced.

Lw2979

Sir Echo Jacket

Intermediate.

Taos-boxjacket2

Taos Box Jacket

Intermediate/Advanced.

Gauge: 4.375 stitches per inch or 17.5 stitches per 4 inches.

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