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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.
Four color motif by Melissa Johnson
So much fun! An easy pattern with either a small placket or crew neck.
Pictured in Partridgeberry and Edelweiss and Coral Bell and Edelweiss Mountain Mohair
Christmas Stocking (top-down)
Inspired by a traditional Norwegian sweater, Libby Mills, Spinnery founder, designed this Christmas stocking for her infant niece Annie. The pattern comes with graph paper and an alphabet for easy personalizing.
Pictured in Blizzard and Elderberry Mountain Mohair
Diagonal lines and deep V-neck make this cardigan attractive and the raglan sleeves and worked-in pockets make it the ultimate in cozy.
To learn or teach knitting in the round, start here. This cozy cap is knit on circular needles with a double strand of yarn. Choose a rolled or crocheted edge.
Pictured in Day Lily Mountain Mohair
Cobblestone Socks (top-down)
Maureen Clark of our Spinnery staff had color and comfort in mind when she designed Cobblestone Socks. This two-color pattern has stretch, flex and a pebbly texture that feels like a gentle foot massage when worn. These socks are a hit: prepare to make several pairs.
Designed by Maureen Clark
Early crocus and daffodils are welcome harbingers of Spring and beautiful botanical lace work frames this light cardigan reminding us that summer’s blossoms lie ahead. When temperatures start to climb, lighter weight layers are called for and this open cardigan will be one you reach for to throw over your shoulders for the perfect touch of comfortable warmth.
Pictured in Juniper Cotton Comfort
Designed by Kate Salomon
Vermont hospitality extends to having extra layers available for winter visitors. We designed this hat with ribbing that will stretch comfortably to fit heads 19” – 24” in circumference. Wear it slouched, as a cuffed watch cap or somewhere in between. Add a fun pop of color, or stripes, to personalize each hat and use up leftover skeins. Knit one for every member of your family and a few extras just in case!
Pictured in Orchid, Teal, Pollen & Chestnut Weekend Wool
I fell in love with corrugated ribbing years ago watching a Meg Swanson video on fairIsle sweaters. Ive used it in many of my own sweaters on the cuffs and hem, but I wanted to give it more attention. So why not put it front and center! I hope you will enjoy knitting it and explore some new color combinations.
Pictured in Evergreen, Mean Mister Mustard, Atlantis and Diamonds and Rust Mewesic
A cropped all-season sweater with sleeveless (not pictured), short or ¾-length sleeves, turned under hem and crocheted neckline. The textured Grecian plait stitch is fun to learn and do.
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