Our Green Mountain Spinnery knitting patterns have been developed by our design consortium of friends, local artists, and Spinnery employees. All patterns are tried and tested and designed specifically for our yarns.
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Designed by Maureen Clark
Named for Maureen’s grandmother, this raglan sweater is knit from the neck down. It has a v-neck and a staggered trellis pattern at the bottom, echoed on the sleeves. The front band, also in trellis pattern, is knit separately and sewn on.
Pictured in Denim Cotton Comfort
Designed by Melissa Johnson
Our Child-sized version of this sweater has long been a best seller for us. This popular pattern is now available in adult sizes! An ideal first Aran, this sweater features an elegantly crafted V-neck and two simple yet striking cable motifs framed by seed stitch.
Pictured in Chai Alpaca Elegance
For lovers of lace knitting, the shell features a deep but delicate border inspired by Barbara Walker’s design of the same name. A simpler lace borders neck and sleeve, contrasting nicely with the smooth stockinette body. Our original model in Luminosity Sylvan Spirit is fit for a bride; the second model, in Cotton Comfort, is equally appealing.
Pictured in Rose Quartz Sylvan Spirit
Designed by Eric Robinson during a cross country train journey (and what could be more romantic than that?), this versatile wrap is designed for adventurous knitters who want to try their hand at lace. Cropped, hip-length or even longer, this raglan slip-on is elegant in Sylvan Spirit, Alpaca Elegance or Cotton Comfort.
Pictured in Silver Cotton Comfort and White Alpaca Elegance
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
Designed by Suzy Allen
Suzy Allen is a self-taught indie designer who loves working with local yarns. She is inspired by the natural world around her. When she saw the cherry Simply Fine she knew exactly what she wanted to design - a tunic with a fresh air feel! Falling leaves, her favorite boots and a pumpkin spice latte was her inspiration for Aria.
Pictured in Simply Fine
This versatile unisex vest features a vertical seed stitch motif. Artisan's Vest is a project you can pick up and put down, yet finish quickly. Short row shaping at the shoulders gives a comfortable fit in our DK or worsted-weight yarn.
Pictured in Cappuccino Alpaca Elegance
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 Melissa Johnson
The prototype of this hat was “borrowed” by our staff members for ski outings to various mountains during the snowy winter of 2007-08.
This warm and flattering hat has a cabled band that is knit sideways and an attractive double decrease at the crown.
The cabled band can be knit alone to wear as an earwarmer.
Pictured in Lichen 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).
Simply perfect for your first child or grandchild, for a gift, for a carry-along project, for a community raffle. The all-over brocade pattern makes this an heirloom cap. Knit one or one in every color, with or without a ruffle.
Pictured in Unbleached White Cotton Comfort
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
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