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Melissa Johnson designed these mittens to go with Melissa's Hat.
Fair Isle knitting in four colors with exquisite details.
Designed by Cap Sease
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
Distinguished by its seed stitch borders, all-over Wildflower Knot pattern, shaped armholes, jewel neckline, and set-in sleeves, this sweater is classic, cropped and textured. Versatile in Mountain Mohair, elegant in Green Mountain Green, it becomes a jacket in Weekend Wool.
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.
Designed by Alison Green for Green Mountain Weekend
This is a classic fall sweater, perfect for a weekend in Vermont! I was delighted to design this pullover in Sylvan Spirit, a yarn whose single ply construction is consistent with the rustic feel of the Green Mountain Spinnery, while the Tencel® content lends a lovely and slightly dressier, sheen. It beautifully shows off the cable and lace stitch pattern edging this raglan.
Pictured in Sterling Sylvan Spirit
Designed by Eric Robinson
Eyelets made without yarn overs, decreases that feel like they are pointing the wrong way, set-in sleeves from the top down, and picking up edge stitches from the wrong side? This pattern may challenge ideas about the "right way to do things" or at least put a new twist on the tried and true. Stay focused and read the directions carefully - the fun awaits!
Pictured in Blue Opal Sylvan Spirit
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.
Designer Melissa Johnson has created this trio of hats to showcase the luxurious Spinnery yarn which she handpaints. The motifs are adapted from traditional Turkish patterns found in Professor Kenan Ozbel's book Knitted Stockings from Turkish Villages.
Designed by Maureen Clark
A basic shape and an elegant stitch pattern harmonize in this everyday cardigan for intermediate knitters. Worked in pieces from the bottom, it has a three-button closing at the neckline and modified set-in sleeves
Pictured in Passionate Kisses Mewesic
Designer Cap Sease created this sweater to celebrate the birth of her great niece Talia Eleni Stopper, who was known for nine months as "Peanut."
Knit from one sleeve cuff to the other, it has a delightfully named “Wiggle” Pattern.
Pictured in Grey New Mexico Organic
Cap Sease is a knitter and weaver who is fascinated by the structure of fabric.
Here she has added a pebble texture to the yoke of a classic little baby sweater. The hat is a bonus.
The largest size is made by changing yarn and gauge.
Pictured in Luminosity Sylvan Spirit
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