Knitting patterns are normally full of abbreviations and written in codes that the designer just presumes you have a basic understanding of and terms that can be tricky to decipher. These modern women’s knitting patterns are simple, classy, colorful, and designed by top designers in the world.

In this article, we are going to look at some modern women’s knitting patterns and designs. These tees, tanks, shells, and tops are all simple according to their designers and the grades of the knitters who utilized the patterns.

1.Super Easy 3 Square Sweater

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Our first pick is the knitted easy sleeveless top that comes in three pieces in a garter stitch. It is available in small, medium, large, and extra-large. The bulky yarn was used in knitting this piece. It was designed by Gina Michele

2. Streamline Tank

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This is a knitted easy sleeveless top that comes in two similar pieces with the detail at the neckline in front and back inspired by an Art Deco-inspired in half fisherman’s rib. It is available in (S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL). The DK yarn was used to knit this piece. The designer rated this pattern easy. It was designed by Alexandra Tavel of Two of wands.

3. Seersucker Top

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It is a knitted easy pullover available in two similar pieces with an eight-row repeat body stitch, with no picking up stitches, just only shaping at the neck. It comes in small, medium, large, extra-large sizes. The worsted yarn was used to knit this piece. Premier® Yarns is the designer of this piece.

4. Granite Tank Top

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Knitted easy top available in two pieces with minimal shaping. A four-row repeat granite stitch was used. It includes tutorials, and it recommends picking up stitches for a record neckline. Handmade Mayara designed this piece. It is available in French, English, and Spanish.

5. Eyelet Sleeveless Top

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This is a knitted pullover flat in 2 rectangular stockinette with easy eyelet rows. Jessica Reeves Potasz of Mama designed this piece, and recommended that the eyelet sleeveless top is ideal for beginners. It comes in XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL sizes.

6. Easiest Classic Top

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Also, the popular designer Jessica Reeves Potasz of Mama designed this piece and says it is a sleeveless top ideal for beginning knitters. This is because is is knit flat in 2 rectangles in beginner stitches like ribbe, stockinette, and garter stitch. As a matter of fact, she says this piece is great for beginning knitter’s first project. It comes in womens small, medium, and large sizes.

7. Coral

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Ravelrers rated this sleeveless top very easy, and it was designed by Kim Hargreaves. Finished bust; 33-43 inches.

8. Summer Vacation Top

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This easy sleeveless crop top with mesh yoke was also designed by Jessica of Mama in a stitch. It is a first knit with 2 strings of yarn held together.

9. Cancun Boxy Lace Top

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Erin Kate Archer’s designed this lace-sampler top which is knitted in 2 simple rectangles from bottom up and hemmed. This stunning piece has an easy rating by top knitters and it is perfect for beginning knitters.

10. Any Time Top

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This easy lacy short-sleeved top for Red Heart was designed by Melissa Leapman. It comes in small, medium, large, extra large, and extra extra large sizes.

12. Textured Tee

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Bernat designed this easy short-sleeved top pattern in an eight-row repeat that was knitted up quickly. A chunky yarn was used to knit this piece. It ranges from size XS to 5XL.

13. Garter Stitch Tank

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This is one of Bernat pattern that is rated easy from top knitters, and it’s great for beginning knitters. It was knitted in chunky yarn. It is available in XS through 5XL.

14. Petrie

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Beautia Dew designed this sleeveless tank top with draped boatneck with the inspiration from the classic 1960s style of Laura Petrie. It comes in small, medium, large, extra-large, and extra-extra-large.

15. Pern

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This easy tee top re-interprets the classic fisherman’s Ramsey with a simple slipped stitch rib, a generous hem, and a garter detail was designed by Norah Gaughan. It is available in small, medium, large extra-large, and extra-extra-large.

16. Tempting

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This easy top was designed by Jenna Adorno. It is recommended for beginning knitters. The seamless structure reduces completion time and the ribbing helps to prevent the need for shaping. The ribbon helps to add a beautiful touch. Finished just: 32, 36, 40, 44, and 48 inches.

17. Simple Little Black Tank Top

Here’s another outstanding piece of a pattern designed by Jessica Reeves Potasz of Mama. It is a simple sleeveless pullover that was submitted flat on large knitting needles to arrive at the open mesh look. The designer says this piece is ideal for beginning knitters. Available in small, medium, and large sizes.

18. Bamboo Shell

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This sleeveless top in stockinette and seed stitch was designed by Purl Soho. It comes in 3 length options: Medium, dropped-waist; Long, hip-length; Short, waist-length. It is available in size 32, 36, 40, 44, and 49.

19. Bulky Summer Tank

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This pattern was designed for Rosa’s sleeveless Cardi-jumper that is modified into this simple elegant sleeveless top designed by Clairegirl.

20. Cowl Vest

This simple sleeveless top was designed by Purl Soho for layering with a cowl neck. It comes in size 32 ½, 35 ½, 38 ½, 41 ½, 44 ½ for the chest.


21. Swiss Dot Eyelet Cardigan

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The sleeves are knitted individually and merged to the body before raglan-sleeve shaping was now worked in the yoke. It is a breezy summer cardigan that would be ideal for any of the colors.  

22. Buttercup

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This top-down, A-line top, seamless raglan with lace at the hem and neckline was designed by Heidi Kirrmaier. It comes in 30 to 50 inches to fit the bust. However, this pattern has some difficulty ratings from top knitters. Some find it easy while others find it more intermediate.

23. Arleen

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This easy pullover designed by Dona Knits’ was knitted from the top in a piece and seamless. You can easily customize the sleeves and the length of the top. Some beginning knitters reported that the pattern instructions are simple even if it does not have crochet for the button opening. It is available on 34”, 36”, 38”, 40”, and 42”.

24. Askew

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This tank top’s bias diagonal delivers an easy neckline designed by Cheryl Kemp. It does not require shaping and its finishing is minimal, making it an easy and quick project. It is perfect for multi-color yarn. Comes in size XS, S, M, L, 1X, 2X, and 3X.

25. Beginner Knit Halter Top

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You should learn how to knit the user-friendly crop top. If you know how to knit, cast on, and bind off, you can easily learn how to make this knitted top. Comes in small, medium, large, extra-large sizes. It was knitted with DK weight and Aran yarn. It was designed by Michelle Greenberg.

26. Lodge Tee Top

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This simple, elegant lace cap-sleeved pullover sweater was designed by Alexandra Tavel of Two of Wands. The techniques and simple level knitting patterns involved are slipping stitches, knitting, and pulling. This piece appears like a four-row repeat of eyelet moss stitch. It is available in XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, and 4XL sizes. DK weight yarn was used in knitting this item.

27. Unplug Tee Top

This easy tee including two different colored panels that are knitted side by side’s hemmed together. The sleeves, hem , and neckline are completed with an i-cord to deliver a unique and more neat look.  This pattern includes, on how to lengthen the crop and how to modify your tee. Bust circumference; 36” (40, 44, 48, 52) 56, 60, 64, 68 / {91 (102, 112, 122, 132) 142, 152, 162, 173 cm}.

28. Alaya Top

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This eyelet lace pullover top was worked flat. It uses the simplest of textures with fundamental stitches and easiest of shapes.  The designer ensures that this piece is ideal for beginning knitters.  It has an easily adjustable length. Comes in size XS/S, M/L, XL/2XL. This stunning piece was designed by April Miller.  The kind of yarn used is worsted weight yarn. 

29. Flutter Top

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It is a pullover tee vest or sweater with ruffles that developed from the back and bodice to create cap sleeves. This is a simple level knitting pattern and the method involved is KFB increase,  knit stitch,  slipping stitches,  purl stitch,  and seaming.  It was rated easy by top knitters and by Lion Brand Yarn. This stunning piece was created by Alexandra Tavel of Two of Wands. It comes in XS/S, M/L, XL/XXL sizes. DK weight yarn was used for knitting this piece. 

30. Everyday Tunic

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This is an easy sleeveless tunic length top that is designed with Colin sets and eyelet rows I’m a stockinette background and a V neckline.  Bust fit: 34 (36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52)”.

31. Lucente

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Kennita Tully designed this open worktop,  which looks perfect I’m multi-color yarn.  It can work for cover-up and also good for layering.  Sizes S (M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL).

Final Words

Here are the modern women’s knitting patterns. We hope you will find the one that perfectly fits your need.  Happy knitting! 

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