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Designed by Eric Robinson
Is it a hat or is it a bag? This easy two-color pattern is knit in a tube, with no shaping. The Turkish pattern called “Poppy” is symmetrical, which makes following the chart a breeze. Knit it in two or more colors and finish it off with tassels and braids. A fun project for worsted weight yarns.
Pictured in Jet Black, Peacock, Pistachio and Blue Violet Mountain Mohair
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
The garter slip stitch creates a bold design that makes this hat distinctive and stylish. Its cushy thickness will keep your head and ears warm on the coldest of winter days.
Pictured in Pink Cadillac and Purple Haze Mewesic with White New Mexico Organic (on the left) and Diamonds and Rust and Norwegian Wood Mewesic with White New Mexico Organic (on the right).
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
Cap designed these cute little toe-up socks, using the Magic Loop technique, to go with her
Bellflower Vest pattern.
Designed by Cap Sease to celebrate the birth of her grandniece Tekle.
The alternating blocks of Shaker Rib and Garter Stitch create a rich texture that will show to advantage indoors and out. By adding or removing blocks, you increase or decrease the dimensions of the blanket.
Pictured in Unbleached White Cotton Comfort
Designed by: Maureen Clark
A fashionable crescent-shaped shawl worked in easy crochet with short row shaping.
Pictured in Simply Fine
Whether you’re strutting down city streets or swinging along a breezy lakeshore path, you’ll be stylish and warm in this openwork scarf designed by Charlotte Quiggle. Knit horizontally, the scarf features a stitch pattern that is identical on both sides, and neatly framed by garter stitch borders.
Christmas Stocking (top-down)
Inspired by a traditional Norwegian sweater, Libby Mills, Spinnery founder, designed this Christmas stocking for her infant niece Annie. The pattern comes with graph paper and an alphabet for easy personalizing.
Pictured in Blizzard and Elderberry Mountain Mohair
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
This blanket is an easy introduction to both diagonal and multidirectional knitting. The combination of random ridges and color variation in the yarn creates a rich texture.
Pictured in Variegated Green Mountain Green
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
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