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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
Designed by Gudrun Johnston
Gudrun was born in Shetland in the 70’s while her mother, Patricia Johnston, was running the successful knitwear design company, The Shetland Trader. Thirty years later Gudrun has followed in her mother’s footsteps, and has made a name for herself among a new generation of knitwear designers. She often includes aspects of her Shetland heritage in her designs.
Pictured in Deep Lake Weekend Wool
A neck opening with buttons on both sides guarantees easy on-and-offing.
The brocade pattern provides a delicate texture in this straightforward project worked in four pieces.
Pictured in Unbleached White Cotton Comfort
Ice skating, dancing, or keeping your thermostat at low, leg warmers are once again a cozy practical and fashionable accessory. Yarn amounts are enough for one elegant Fair Isle pair and one Playful striped pair.
Contemporary, classic and comfy, this ribbed turtleneck pattern can be knit in two styles, long sleeved pullover or sleeveless shell. Both are circularly knit in stockinette stitch with an overall seed stitch "pinstripe" pattern. The pullover features set-in, shaped sleeves for an elegant, finished fit. Designed for all-season wear in our Cotton Comfort and Sylvan Spirit yarns, or choose Alpaca Elegance for lightweight warmth.
Designed by Maureen Clark for a new grandson, this retro-styled hat with earflaps ties under the chin to stay on through all sorts of winter fun.
Pictured in Blue Opal and Rose Quartz Sylvan Spirit
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