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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Formal or fun, this jacket features an all-in-one-piece body, picked up sleeves, vertical lines of seed stitch and shoulders shaped by short rows. The knit collar and crocheted front bands are added last.
Pictured in Blizzard Mountain Mohair
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.
Designer Melissa Johnson's Stained Glass Hat is the perfect small project for experimenting with color combinations and using small amounts of yarn from your collection.
The top of the hat can be finished in charted decreases or simply gathered. Work the cuff in corrugated rib or stockinette stitch for a rolled edge.
Try our colorways or create one of your own! Purchasing the yarn for one hat will provide you with enough yarn to knit several hats.
Our signature sweater is easier to knit than it looks. Find out how liberating it is to use steeks. The background and pattern colors change every 3-6 rows, creating gradual color shifts. Steeksat the neck and armholes allow you to work quickly in the round right up to the shoulders. Pattern Includes Children's & Adult Sizes and 3 different colorways.
This four-color pattern uses only two colors at a time. Styled as a pullover or cardigan, it is sized for children and adults. Garter stitch borders the cuff, hem and neckline, and adds interest in the stripes. For greater warmth and sophisticated drape, choose Alpaca Elegance or Sylvan Spirit.
Pattern includes Children’s and Adult Sizes.
Pictured in Silver, Denim, Violet and Weathered Green Cotton Comfort
Designed by Melissa Johnson
Quick to knit, this hat is warm and cozy with an easy yet dramatic Fair Isle pattern inspired by a traditional Turkish sock motif.
Pictured in various colors of Capricorn
Designed by Cap Sease
This elegant cardigan will make any girl feel special. Sleeves and body are knit to the armholes, then joined for the yoke in a traditional shape.
Pictured in Blue Opal and Luminosity Sylvan Spirit
There are many colorful ways to make this pullover as distinctive as the child who wears it.
This worsted weight pattern uses contrasting colors to make a striking yoke, making it an excellent project for customers to combine new yarns for the main color and “stash” yarns for the contrasting colors. This is also a great project to use with that special skein of hand painted or handspun yarn.
Pictured in Wonderfully Woolly
This simple lacy shawl is the perfect lightweight cover-up for a cool summer evening.
Sunny Side Up Socks (toe-up)
Designed by Maureen Clark
These toe-up socks, designed to be knit using the “Magic Loop” technique, sport a lacy diagonal pattern stitch, foot-hugging ribbed soles, and an elegant picot-edged cuff. You can find information about the Magic Loop online.
This fitted jacket by our neighbor Lisa Delmar was adapted from designs of the legendary Swedish knitting cooperative, Bohus Stickning. Perfect for advanced knitters in need of a challenge.
Pictured in Raven, Blizzard, Claret and Jet Black Mountain Mohair
Designed by Cap Sease
This simple cardigan was inspired by a pattern on a damask tablecloth. Although the embossed pattern is subtle, it changes as you move, becoming deeper or shallower depending on the angle of the light. This effect is enhanced by the great stitch definition of the Mewesic yarn.
Pictured in Blue Bayou Mewesic
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