Nothing screams “get cozy” like snow in mid-April, while sheltering in place. While we know the temperatures will soon about-face and move towards summer, the itch to cast on a cozy sweater can’t be ignored. Today, we round up Cozy Chic Sweaters that are a double threat: comfy to lounge around in the house, but chic enough to feel dressed and put together. Dressing for a quarantine has been a challenge, but a comfy sweater might just be the thing we’re looking for.

Auer Pullover by Sari Nordlund

This modern pullover checks off all the boxes for the perfect quarantine sweater: comfy and cozy, while polished and trendy. Plus, it’s something wearable in a post quarantine world. Hold lace and fingering weight yarns together as you knit this boxy crewneck sweater from the bottom up. Positive ease is the hero of this design that offers versatility for many body types and outfit styling.

Homebody by Heidi Kirrmaier

There’s something to be said for a simple, classic pullover. Heidi Kirrmaier’s new Homebody sweater uses Aran weight yarn to work seamlessly op down. The raglan-sleeved sweater relies on positive ease for its relaxed fit, but it’s the attention to detail in the sizing and fit that makes this pattern one worth casting on.

Celestia Cardigan by Ambah O’Brien

It was love at first sight when we first laid eyes on Ambrah O’Brien’s new Celestia Cardigan. The trendy cropped length is paired with symmetrical eyelet patterns and classic raglan shaping. Work this powerful cardigan with DK weight yarn from the top down in a color that goes with everything. We’re sure that you’re not going to want to take it off.

Maple Woods Cardi by Emily Marie Davies

If a comfy cardigan is a staple wardrobe piece of your stay-at-home wardrobe, add this new one from Emily Davies to your closet. Ihis open front cardigan is crocheted with a lightweight worsted weight yarn. Minimal seaming work makes this a quick make so that you can start wearing something new in no time.