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Designed by Cap Sease
The Beinecke Library is a landmark on the Yale University campus where Cap has worked for many years. The famous facade and the stacks inside inspired the textured and lacy block stitch pattern of this infinity cowl. This easy cowl will keep you warm and stylish during the winter months. You can make the cowl longer or shorter by adding or subtracting pattern repeats.
Pictured in Sterling Sylvan Spirit
Designed by Maureen Clark
Early crocus and daffodils are welcome harbingers of Spring and beautiful botanical lace work frames this light cardigan reminding us that summer’s blossoms lie ahead. When temperatures start to climb, lighter weight layers are called for and this open cardigan will be one you reach for to throw over your shoulders for the perfect touch of comfortable warmth.
Pictured in Juniper Cotton Comfort
Designed by Kate Salomon
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
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 verigated Green Mountain Green
Designed by Maureen Clark
Maureen designed this simple shawl to match the ebb and flow of the this long gradient yarn, reminiscent of the colors of the ocean. Using three skeins of ever so slightly darker shades of one color. This shawl is a wonderful accessory for cooler summer evenings.
Pictured in Dungarees- Lana
We are excited to announce that Faina Goberstein will be the featured instructor for the Spinnery's 2016 annual Knitters in the Green Mountains.
The workshop will be held in Putney, Vermont from Friday, November 11th to Sunday, November 13th, 2016.
These mitts are a fun way to keep your hands warm and your fingers free. If you have small amounts of Mountain Mohair in your stash, you can use them to make these garter stitch striped mitts even more colorful.
If you want matching mitts, you'll need more of the main color.
Pictured in Rhododendron and Wintergreen Mountain Mohair Mini skeins
Designed by Larisa Demos
Larisa’s commute to and from the Spinnery takes her along Route 5, one of the prettiest roads in New England. She designed this cozy set to recreate the twists and turns of the river along her drive. Have fun playing with your favorite color combinations or make a Hudson Bay inspired cowl like hers!
Pictured in Blizzard and 5 assorted Mountain Mohair Mini skeins
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