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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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.
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.
Chest Measurement : 40 in
Length : 19 1/2in short sleeves
Cotton Comfort - Violet
Designed by Maureen Clark
This cardigan was developed by Maureen on a journey to the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival. Made in Weekend Wool or Mountain Mohair this sweater travels from town to country with ease.
Pictured in Grey Birch Mountain Mohair
The double thick, cuddly fabric of this unisex vest comes from a simple slipstitch rib pattern offered by Barbara Walker in A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns. Two design elements - slits at the hip and optional side gussets - offer three shaping alternatives for various body types. Knitters may knit the vest straight up and down, create side gussets to accommodate a larger chest measurement, or leave panels open to waistline to allow for larger hip size.
Pictured in Poppy Weekend Wool
Designed by Maureen Clark
The picot edge, tiny bows pattern stitch and playful curls combine in a hat for gals of all ages.
Pictured in Blue Violet Mountain Mohair
Cynthia's Smorgasbord Socks (top-down)
Designer Cynthia Wise created these quick-to-knit socks, featuring lots of texture: seed stitch, double seed stitch, garter stitch, and reverse stockinette. For added interest, make your socks multi-colored.
Pictured in Edelweiss Mountain Mohair
Designed by Cap Sease
These are actually mittens inside of mittens. Although the double knitting is slower than regular knitting, your hands will thank you for the extra effort when they are toasty warm all winter long. And a bonus - there is no right or left, so you can wear them on either hand.
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