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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Here's an ideal introduction to knitting cables. Handsome cables are worked front and back. Stitches are bound off at the armholes; sleeves are knit from the wrist up, then are sewn into the straight armholes. Seed stitch button bands and neck edge are added last.
Pictured in Edelweiss Mountain Mohair
If you've mastered knitting your first socks, you might enjoy trying cables. Classic, simple to knit and satisfying to wear.
Pictured in White Weekend Wool
Classic lines and timeless cables are worked into yoke and cuffs. The body of this sweater is worked in one piece. Circular needles are used to accommodate the large number of stitches.
Easy Intermediate Knitting
Designer Lisa Lloyd enjoys creating garments that are suited to all knitting abilities and won’t go out of style. Cable Weave Pullover features an easily memorized cable pattern that will challenge a beginner, yet hold the interest of experienced knitters. Either version is well suited for men or women and comfortable to wear.
Pictured in Balsam and Rhubarb Mountain Mohair
This graceful sweater is knit in two pieces; each piece begins at the seed stitch cuff and ends at the center back and front. Join center backs for the cardigan; backs and fronts for the pullover. A seed stitch hem, collar or neckband complement the easy yarn over eyelet pattern. Choose tunic or cropped version.
Pictured in Moss Mountain Mohair
Designed by Cap Sease
Here's the perfect cardigan to throw on when you curl up on a cold winter day with a cup of tea and a good book.
Pictured in Lupine Mountain Mohair
Designed by our friend Cap Sease, this sweet little hat is a companion to Grandma’s Delight.
Pictured in Mint Cotton Comfort
Designed by Maureen Clark
Knit top-down with the Spinnery’s Capricorn yarn, this easy shaped cape is lusciously thick and warm.
Pictured in Grey Capricorn
Designed by Melissa Johnson
With two contrasting colors of Capricorn, you can creat two very different hats by switching the position of the colors from main to accent. Consider combining two different handpainted colors, one natural color with one handpaint, or two naturals
Pictured in various colors of Capricorn
Designed by: Maureen Clark
A fashionable crescent-shaped shawl worked in easy crochet with short row shaping.
Pictured in Simply Fine
Spinnery colleague and Putney designer Melissa Johnson created this unisex sweater with a different slant on Fair Isle knitting.
Celtic Cardigan features faced front and neck edges, and trim mitered corners.
The body is worked in one piece, with stretches of easy one-color knitting.
(bottom) Pictured in Maritime, Claret, Blizzard and Blue Gentian Mountain Mohair
Whether you’re strutting down city streets or swinging along a breezy lakeshore path, you’ll be stylish and warm in this openwork scarf designed by Charlotte Quiggle. Knit horizontally, the scarf features a stitch pattern that is identical on both sides, and neatly framed by garter stitch borders.
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