Serenity Pullover Crochet Pattern

The Serenity Pullover crochet pattern has the perfect combination of style and warmth. The sweater is beginner-friendly with easy construction and a basic stitch combo. This will become your favorite pullover!

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The Serenity Pullover crochet pattern is good for advanced beginners who would like to try an easier garment. Because there is minimal shaping it is great for trying something a bit more advanced without anything that will be too confusing.

It’s the perfect sweater for both fall-like temps and cooler spring days.  


Finished Sizes: XS, Small, Med, Large, XL

Finished Measurements:

  • XS – 32” 
  • Sm – 36”
  • Med – 40”
  • Lg – 44” 
  • XL – 48”

Yarn: #2 fine/sport weight – Sample used: Premier Yarns Cotton Fair in Slate Grey

Hook: Size G/6 (4.0 mm). Change hook size to get correct gauge if needed.

Notions: Yarn Needle

Difficulty: Advanced Beginner

The pattern has a 2 row repeat. You will need to be familiar with chains, sc, and dc. This pattern is on the easier side for a garment with minimal shaping, but it will also be helpful to have some knowledge of armholes, etc.

This is honestly my new favorite pullover! Hopefully you feel the same!

The downloadable ad-free PDF is available for purchase in my shops:


The Serenity Collection includes:

Serenity Hand Towel & Washcloth Set
Serenity Blanket
Serenity Pullover (this)
Serenity Dishcloth
Serenity Placemat & Coaster Set
Serenity Coffee Cozy

Happy Crocheting!

2 thoughts on “Serenity Pullover Crochet Pattern”

  • Thought of doing a review of the pullover jumper that u made on YouTube. Mention the yarn u used. U will get more followers n you have your own fans. You could do tutorials

    • The yarn I used is listed in the blog post. :)
      And thank you for the suggestion! I will definitely consider doing more tutorials on my youtube page. I have a few I just need to build the time into my schedule.

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