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Stay warm elegantly with this hooded scarf in seed stitch.
Pictured in Blizzard Mountain Mohair
Designed by Kate Salomon
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 Cap Sease
When doubled around your neck the soft frills will keep your neck warm with style! Personalize the cowl by making it shorter or longer, narrower or wider by adding or decreasing stitches. If you make it any wider, you may need a second skein of yarn.
Pictured in Handpainted Simply Fine
Designed by Melissa Johnson
This cozy, warm afghan was inspired by the corduroy color block quilts of Gee's Bend, Alabama. Vary the colors and sizes of the blocks to suit your own personal style and yarn supply. Working in bold colors and single crochet throughout makes the afghan fun and quick to create
Pictured in Natural Dark, Poppy, Blue Jay, Spruce, Pine Warbler, Lichen and Pumpkin Weekend Wool
Designed by Maureen Clark
While wrapped up in the NFL playoffs and her beloved Patriots, Maureen was also mulling over this wrap pattern. It all came together for her, if not her team, so she decided to name it after the Patriots’ stadium. Enjoy the short row shaping, the lacy insert, the unusual edging and the luscious yarn!
Pictured in Simply Fine
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 Lauren Biedel
Lauren learned to knit cables and to design knitwear in her Fiber Arts class at The Putney School. This stylish, chunky hat is the result. Worked with two strands of yarn, it is quick to knit and has a fabulous texture.
Pictured in Claret Mountain Mohair
A pattern by Cap Sease
An easy introduction to lace knitting, this shawl is perfect for our Sylvan Spirit colors.
Pictured in Antique Brass Sylvan Spirit
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
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 Melissa Johnson
Equally lovely as a scarf or shawl, this pattern for lace and sport weight yarns is simple and satisfying. Designed for the Spinnery’s Sock Art yarn, the pattern also works well with a larger needle in Sylvan Spirit.
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
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