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Rolled hems and single crochet at the neckline complete the Basic Sweater. Knit in the round to the armholes, then back and forth to the drop shoulders. Sleeve stitches are picked up at the armholes and knit down. Simple, fast and fun! This can be a template for color or texture designs.
An old fashioned recipe for a comfortable baby, these soakers become softer and softer as they are used and washed. To wash, simply soak in tepid water, squeeze out and lay flat to dry.
A two-color pattern to knit for current and future generations. The classic motif will charm the wearer. The knitter will appreciate the drop shoulders, clear charting and range of sizes.
Pictured in Wintergreen and Edelweiss Mountain Mohair
Classic lines and timeless cables are worked into yoke and cuffs. The body of this sweater is worked in one piece. Circular needles are used to accommodate the large number of stitches.
Easy Intermediate Knitting
Four color motif by Melissa Johnson
All the beauty of traditional Icelandic design adapted to a gauge appropriate for the Spinnery's worsted weight yarns. Designed as a unisex pullover or cardigan, Icelandic offers unlimited colorways. Knit the body, then the sleeves, and finally join all together in an elegantly crafted yoke.
This knit-in-one piece, textured vest has the neck edging worked as you go along - no stitches to pick up later! Make it in Mountain Mohair, Weekend Wool or Maine Organic.
Norwegian Roses is knit in four colors of worsted weight yarn with a myriad of possible colorways. The body is made in one piece; front bands and neck are four rows of single crochet. Sleeve cuffs are turned under and sewn in place for double thickness.
Pictured in Wintergreen, Periwinkle, Sky Blue, and Ice Blue Mountain Mohair.
Two beautiful, classic pullover versions - one with Double Seed Stitch panels and one with Lace Stitch. Both are timeless.
One of the Spinnery's earliest designs and still a classic favorite, the easy slip stitch pattern turns an otherwise basic cardigan into a project of distinction. Set-in sleeves reduce the possibility of underarm bulk. Great in Mountain Mohair.
Pictured in Raven Mountain Mohair
Emilia Bruce, a friend of the Spinnery, based the design for this pullover on the loosely fitting tunics she wore during her childhood in Spain. A perennial favorite for men and women alike, it is simply knit with a garter stitch yoke and trim. For a contemporary look, the crocheted neck edge can be replaced by a roll neck.
Pictured in Blue Yarn Over
Combine moss stitch, staghorn cable, ribbed cable and basic lattice to create this handsome Vermont Aran sweater. Stitches are bound off at the underarm, and then the armhole is worked straight up. Usually knit in worsted weight yarn, it also works beautifully in Cotton Comfort for a lighter garment. Choose the short or long version.
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