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This addendum to the Ascutney Mountain Hat & Earwarmer pattern is inspired by our Vermont mud season. Harvesting Vermont maple syrup requires a great deal of walking in the woods and extra layers can help keep the early spring chill at bay. If you'd like a pop of color to dress up your "wellies" or if your chores have you wading out into knee-high drifts of snow, you'll love these boot toppers.
Pictured in Pine Warbler Weekend Wool.
Designed by Cap Sease
Cap designed these cute little toe-up socks, using the Magic Loop technique, to go with her
Bellflower Vest pattern.
Designed by Maureen Clark
Maureen gives us a classic Aran with an updated look. Set in sleeves, pockets and beautiful accent buttons make it a piece that you will want to wear every day.
Pictured in White Weekend Wool
Designed by Kate Salomon
This hat was inspired by long walks on the Cape Cod National Seashore. We love the texture reminiscent of tide-washed sand and windswept dunes. Knit up with Mewesic, wiht its rustic good looks and tweedy rich color, this is a medium weight cap that drapes beautifully and wears well.Style, yarn, and two versions of the pattern combine into the perfect accessory for him or her!
Pictured in Sandman Mewesic and Grey New Mexico Organic
This poncho is perfect for "inbetween" fall weather. It will keep your little one stylish and warm as days become cooler.
Pictured in Partridgeberry Mountain Mohair
A basic shape and an elegant stitch pattern harmonize in this everyday cardigan for intermediate knitters. Worked in pieces from the bottom, it has a three-button closing at the neckline and modified set-in sleeves
Pictured in Passionate Kisses Mewesic
An infinity scarf, crocheted flat and sewn together, it can be worn as a single loop or doubled over for extra coziness.
Pictured in Handpainted Simply Fine
Designed by Cap Sease
What begins as a blizzard of snowflakes gradually fades to flurries and then tapers to a few stray flakes in this clever scarf.
Pictured in Spring Blue Sock Art - Meadow
This simple cardigan was inspired by a pattern on a damask tablecloth. Although the embossed pattern is subtle, it changes as you move, becoming deeper or shallower depending on the angle of the light. This effect is enhanced by the great stitch definition of the Mewesic yarn.
Pictured in Blue Bayou Mewesic
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