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Our mittens are warm, long wearing and comfortably flexible. Claire Wilson, one of the Spinnery founders, designed this basic pattern and knit the first pair in Mountain Mohair. She wore them daily through five long winters before re-knitting the thumbs. Firmly knit on Size 2 / 2.75 mm double pointed needles. Try some bold color experiments.
Pictured in Peacock, Day Lily and Coral Bell Mountain Mohair
A simple cable pattern worked back and forth using large needles and a double strand of worsted-weight yarn. Sew up the sides and - voila! - they are ready to wear in a jiffy.
Designed by Cap Sease
The corn on the cob stitch makes a thick, dense fabric that will keep your hands warm all winter long. Its deep texture is deceptive, making it look like four colors are used instead of just two.
Pictured in White and Grey New Mexico Organic
These are actually mittens inside of mittens. Although the double knitting is slower than regular knitting, your hands will thank you for the extra effort when they are toasty warm all winter long. And a bonus - there is no right or left, so you can wear them on either hand.
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
Local designer and musician Eric Robinson created these whimsical and functional quick-to-knit wrist warmers to wear in her chilly piano room – necessity was the mother of invention. Now you can have warm hands and a warm heart while you work or play.
Pictured in Luminosity Sylvan Spirit
Quick knit mittens for the younger set - make a pair with each chart for your favorite child.
Pictured in various colors of Mountain Mohair
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
Melissa Johnson designed these mittens to go with Melissa's Hat.
Fair Isle knitting in four colors with exquisite details.
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
Creative and versatile hand-warmers from Eric Robinson. Mix and match the elements you need for working or playing outside in all kinds of weather.
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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