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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
Designed by Maureen Clark
This cozy cowl in an easy lace pattern is just the thing to for an elegant bit of lightweight warmth.
Designer Melissa Johnson indulges her love of color and whimsical motifs in this collection of playful sweaters for all children.
Knit in the round, each sweater features basic drop shoulder construction, corrugated ribbing and a choice of border design – flowers, diamonds, butterflies, cars, trucks or sailboats.
The charming patterns, worked in four classic Cotton Comfort colors, are sure to speak to the youngsters in your life.
Pictured in Denim and Violet Cotton Comfort, with assorted accent colors
This scarf pleats all by itself; the stitch pattern makes it happen.
Pictured in Peony Cotton Comfort
In the Andes, boys of ten make their own hats with puntas and other intricate stitches, using fine yarns of many colors and tiny needles. We have adapted the puntas technique for our simple, circular-knit three-color cap.
The Puntas (points) are inspired by the incredible knitting of the Andes. Puntas done as fine as 28 sts / inch edge many a colorful hat. Boys as young as ten learn the necessary skills, and knit their own intricate hats. This sweater incorporates this great technique.
Pattern includes Children's and Adult Sizes
Designed by Maureen Clark for Green Mountain Weekend
“I love working at the Spinnery and I’m proud of the quality of our yarn, which comes from the way it’s made. The Spinnery has always felt like family to me.” Shows are also very rewarding for Maureen because she gets to talk to so many knitters and find out what they are making and which yarns excite them. Maureen is known for creating elegant functional designs with a straightforward knitting experience, and this Fair Isle yoked vest, knit in the round with a steek, is no exception.
Pictured in Natural Dark, Poppy, Blue Jay and Lichen Weekend Wool
Two beautiful, classic pullover versions - one with Double Seed Stitch panels and one with Lace Stitch. Both are timeless.
An updated version of our easy unisex pattern. Knit in Maine Organic, Mountain Mohair or Weekend Wool
Pictured in Claret Mountain Mohair
Designed by Cap Sease for Green Mountain Weekend
I love working with Spinnery yarn. I’ve been knitting since I was about 5 or 6 and have used lots of different yarns over the years. None beat the consistently high quality and variety of fibers of Spinnery yarns. I designed this hoodie in honor of my grandnephew. Closed with either buttons or a zipper, it is an easy and quick pattern for the active child in your life.
Pictured in Leaf Cotton Comfort
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