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Garter stitch on the diagonal. What could be more simple, yet simply elegant? Any of our soft yarns will do - Mountain Mohair, Green Mountain Green or Alpaca Elegance.
Pictured in Vincent's Gold Mountain Mohair
One of the Spinnery's earliest designs and still a classic favorite, the easy slip stitch pattern turns an otherwise basic cardigan into a project of distinction. Set-in sleeves reduce the possibility of underarm bulk. Great in Mountain Mohair.
Pictured in Raven Mountain Mohair
This short cropped shell is great for dressing up or dressing down. Cotton Comfort or Sylvan Spirit makes this wearable year-round.
Stay warm with style. A twirling pattern of decreases at the top adds interest and the doubled-over ribbing warms the ears.
Designed by Cap Sease
What begins as a blizzard of snowflakes gradually fades to flurries and then tapers to a few stray flakes in this clever scarf.
Pictured in Spring Blue Sock Art - Meadow
This winter fun cap has a folded knit-in hem that gives extra warmth around your ears so you can play longer in the snow.
Inspired by a traditional Danish sweater, the combination of stripes and checks makes a visually interesting and fun-to-knit project. Turned under hems at cuffs and bottom, and a square neck with mitred corners give a clean finish to this lightweight sweater.
Pattern Includes Children's & Adult Sizes.
Pictured in Denim and Unbleached White Cotton Comfort
Emilia Bruce, a friend of the Spinnery, based the design for this pullover on the loosely fitting tunics she wore during her childhood in Spain. A perennial favorite for men and women alike, it is simply knit with a garter stitch yoke and trim. For a contemporary look, the crocheted neck edge can be replaced by a roll neck.
Pictured in Blue Yarn Over
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.
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