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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 Kate Salomon
Vermont's harvest bounty wouldn't be possible without the pollinators this sturdy over-sized smock is named for. Whether you gather your produce from your garden, a farmers' market or your nearest grocer, this pullover has been designed to provide you with a hard-wearing outer layer that is as comfortable as it is practical. Pop it on as you head out for errands, chores and cool weather excursions this season and many to come.
Pictured in Smoke Yarn Over
Designed by Kate Salomon
Vermont hospitality extends to having extra layers available for winter visitors. We designed this hat with ribbing that will stretch comfortably to fit heads 19” – 24” in circumference. Wear it slouched, as a cuffed watch cap or somewhere in between. Add a fun pop of color, or stripes, to personalize each hat and use up leftover skeins. Knit one for every member of your family and a few extras just in case!
Pictured in Orchid, Teal, Pollen & Chestnut Weekend Wool
Designed by Maureen Clark
I fell in love with corrugated ribbing years ago watching a Meg Swanson video on fairIsle sweaters. Ive used it in many of my own sweaters on the cuffs and hem, but I wanted to give it more attention. So why not put it front and center! I hope you will enjoy knitting it and explore some new color combinations.
Pictured in Evergreen, Mean Mister Mustard, Atlantis and Diamonds and Rust Mewesic
This cozy cowl is working in Tunisian crochet with a big hook and bulky yarn. It creates a lofty cowl that you can curl up with on any cold winter day!
Pictured in White Capricorn
This shawl’s reversible texture was inspired by the fallow farmland around the Spinnery which makes for a beautifully corrugated landscape in the early spring. The asymmetrical shape can be cast off any any point for a custom fit, and the pop of contrast color at the bottom border can brighten your day like an early daffodil.
Pictured in Moorit and Passionate Kisses Mewesic
Designed by Cap Sease
Inspired by mittens seen in Estonia, these mittens lined with alpaca and wool will keep your hands toasty and warm on the coldest of days. Make them your own by embroidering a design on the mittens before working the lining. When knit in Weekend Wool without decoration, they make a sturdy, everyday mitten. Mountain Mohair makes a slightly dressier mitten.
Pictured in Glacier Lake Mountain Mohair or Poppy Weekend Wool with Cream Alpaca Elegance inside both
The stacked ribs of this cap form a classically rugged texture that mimics the craggy landscape in the hills surrounding the Spinnery. This dense ribbed hat has been designed for extra warmth; it’s built-in stretch creates a snug comforting fit that warms the ears. It can be knit up in a winter’s evening by the fire, making it a great choice for a last minute gift.
Pictured in Dark Green Mountain Green
This simple shawl is worked from side to side, making the garter ridges vertical rather than horizontal to contrast nicely with the lace border. The lace border is worked as you go along, so there are no seams and nothing to be added.
Pictured in Variegated Simply Fine
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a magical place; soft sand dunes flow into warm water and gentle ocean breezes cool even the warmest summer day. This light weight cardigan provides the perfect protection against the evening chill when you take one last walk along the water at sunset. This sweater skims along your curves just as the graceful pelicans glide along the curl of a wave. It's soft woolen fabric will stretch along with you providing a close and flattering fit that never feels bulky.
Pictured in Gris Sock Art Lana
Designed by Maureen Clark (top-down)
I just fell for this little pattern stitch, It reminds me of all the little pebbles and shells along the coast. It also adds a hint of laciness and an excellent cling that a sock needs to stay up!
Pictured in Sweetgrass Sock Art Meadow
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