Crochet Pattern: Cozy Apple Sweater

By Rachel Choi – 13 Comments
Do you normally pack an apple for lunch? If so, crochet this cute yet silly Cozy Apple Sweater to keep your apple clean while bouncing around in your lunch bag. The fun apple sweater is bound to put smiles on faces when you pull it out for lunch. Best of all it’s fast to crochet and requires only a little bit of yarn with no sewing. The sweater is designed for an apple but can also be used for other fruits of similar shape and size. For extra fruit protection, fold up the top of the sweater collar.

Finished Size: 2 3/4” (7 cm) in diameter, 4 1/2” (11.5 cm) tall when flat
Note: Cozy is expected to stretch to fit various sized apples or other fruits

Skill Level:
Materials:
Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 50 yards of main color, small amount of contrasting color)
Crochet Hook I (5.50 mm)
crochet yarn size 4

How to Download Pattern:
This pattern can be downloaded in the Crochet Spot Store. To learn more about the store click here. All purchases help to support Crochet Spot and are greatly appreciated!

If you need any help while crocheting your cozy apple sweater, just let me know and I’ll help you out!

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13 Comments

  1. Jackie says:

    Wow how neat…Rachel where do you get your patterns from?? I love looking on your website every day to see what patterns you have up every day…it is so neat that you put something new up every day…

    • Rachel says:

      Thanks Jackie! The patterns are always original designs right off my hook. The ideas come from anything I feel like making at the time or requests that I’ve gotten from readers :)

  2. viper says:

    Rachel, great thanks for your distinguish pattern for apple sweater.

  3. Angie says:

    That is too cute! I don’t eat apples but, it’s perfect for my oranges! :)

  4. Teena says:

    This is a really good idea – I like to grab an apple before going out but what stops me is how it gets bruised in my handbag. This cute sweater would help with that, I’m going to make one with some scrap wool! Thanks for the idea <3 <3

  5. MontanasDawn says:

    Hi Rachel, I love this pattern and intend to use it for peaches. They are so soft that only a bump can bruise the flesh–this sweater is just the thing to keep them safe and fresh–hey, I just made a rhyme…lol. Thank you, Rachel, for another lovely and practical pattern for us all. Dawn

  6. Rachel…thanks so much for sharing me crochet pattern and info.I’ve just several months doing crochet and learn by myself from books,etc.in the future i hope you can share picture pattern(like Japanese crochet patterns),because i love to make crochet by reading picture pattern.Thanks…

  7. Hana says:

    Ha ha, what a cute idea, I’d never have thought of. :o) Thanks for the lol.

  8. erin says:

    it just too cute

  9. Serene says:

    *giggles* I was all geared up for a sweater with apples on it or apple colours! I never would have thought of something like this! Gonna make one each for my kidlets!

    Thanks Rach!

  10. Meyke says:

    Thanks for this great pattern! It’s funny but also a really great idea, especially for peaches! (I must say the apples that we have here are quite firm).
    Anyway, I wanted to aske you Rachel what kind of yarn I should use. I’ve got loads of coloured acrylic yarn, but would that be good to us or is cotton better?
    Thanks for reading this and have a great day!

  11. Meyke says:

    OK! Thanks for your advice! I found myself some leftover wool/silk yarn which will make a lovely fruit-cozy!

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