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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
Just two complementary skeins of our lovely Mewesic yarn sing together beautifully in this cozy cowl, worked in Brioche Stitch. (It's just as nice in any of our other DK yarns.)
Pictured in Blue Bayou and Green Eyed Lady Mewesic
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
A simple poncho, with an elegant chevron edge and the option to personalize the fit, this is the perfect garment for spring when knit in Cotton Comfort. Alpaca Elegance will make it a bit warmer, and Sylvan Spirit will add a bit more drape.
Pictured in Silver Cotton Comfort
Designed by Melissa Johnson
This flattering hat features a doubled brim to keep your ears warm on even the coldest days. An instricate lattices cable adapted from Barbara Walker's Charted Knitting Designs adorns the top.
Pictured in Dark Green Mountain Green
Designed by Amy Christoffers for Green Mountain Weekend
Amy, whose business is "Savory Knitting", has designed many savory things for our cold Vermont winters. She designed these warm mittens knowing that our weekend weather can be unpredictable - we've had plenty of snow at both our October and March weekends. Amy came to Putney in the fall of 2012 to teach students how to design their perfect sweater, using lace or other stitch patterns.
Pictured in Natural Grey, Blue Jay, Plum & Lichen Weekend Wool
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
Designed by Melissa Johnson for Green Mountain Weekend
Melissa has been playing around with Spinnery yarns since the business was founded in 1981. She designed this hat for our colleague, Margaret. It looks stunning in any of our dk weight yarns.
Pictured in Dragonwell, Cappuccino, Earl Grey & Cream Alpaca Elegance
Designed by Alison Green for Green Mountain Weekend
This is a classic fall sweater, perfect for a weekend in Vermont! I was delighted to design this pullover in Sylvan Spirit, a yarn whose single ply construction is consistent with the rustic feel of the Green Mountain Spinnery, while the Tencel® content lends a lovely and slightly dressier, sheen. It beautifully shows off the cable and lace stitch pattern edging this raglan.
Pictured in Sterling Sylvan Spirit
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
Designed by Maureen Clark for Green Mountain Weekend
“I love working at the Spinnery and I’m proud of the quality of our yarn, which comes from the way it’s made. The Spinnery has always felt like family to me.” Shows are also very rewarding for Maureen because she gets to talk to so many knitters and find out what they are making and which yarns excite them. Maureen is known for creating elegant functional designs with a straightforward knitting experience, and this Fair Isle yoked vest, knit in the round with a steek, is no exception.
Pictured in Natural Dark, Poppy, Blue Jay and Lichen Weekend Wool
Designed by Cap Sease for Green Mountain Weekend
I love working with Spinnery yarn. I’ve been knitting since I was about 5 or 6 and have used lots of different yarns over the years. None beat the consistently high quality and variety of fibers of Spinnery yarns. I designed this hoodie in honor of my grandnephew. Closed with either buttons or a zipper, it is an easy and quick pattern for the active child in your life.
Pictured in Leaf Cotton Comfort
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