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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Designed by Maureen Clark
Just two complementary skeins of our lovely Mewesic yarn sing together beautifully in this cozy cowl, worked in Brioche Stitch. (It's just as nice in any of our other DK yarns.)
Pictured in Blue Bayou and Green Eyed Lady Mewesic
Maureen gives us a classic Aran with an updated look. Set in sleeves, pockets and beautiful accent buttons make it a piece that you will want to wear every day.
Pictured in White Weekend Wool
Doris Fredericks, a local potter and fine knitter, designed this hat for two or more colors. Choose from five motifs: snowflake, horse, cat, duck and chicken. Edging and ties are single crochet.
Knit from the top down all in one piece, this classic raglan for adults and children features roll or cable neck. The yarn over increases at the raglan seams are a handsome detail. An ideal baby/toddler gift, especially in Mountain Mohair. Pattern includes Children's and Adult Sizes
Pictured in Blue Violet Mountain Mohair
Designed by Kate Salomon
This hat was inspired by long walks on the Cape Cod National Seashore. We love the texture reminiscent of tide-washed sand and windswept dunes. Knit up with Mewesic, wiht its rustic good looks and tweedy rich color, this is a medium weight cap that drapes beautifully and wears well.Style, yarn, and two versions of the pattern combine into the perfect accessory for him or her!
Pictured in Sandman Mewesic and Grey New Mexico Organic
Designed by Eric Robinson
This cozy hood extends down inside the back of baby’s jacket, keeping your child’s neck warm without the need for a separate scarf. Knit in one piece, it can be made in a single color or stripes.
Pictured in Coral Bell and Day Lily Mountain Mohair
Stay warm elegantly with this hooded scarf in seed stitch.
Pictured in Blizzard Mountain Mohair
Designed by Eric Robinson
Many miles in a rental van going to and from fall shows resulted in a number of these ear-warming toppers, a great way to use up scraps from other projects or try a new combination of colors. The doubled garter stitch brim will keep your ears toasty.
Pictured in Various colors of Mountain Mohair
A simple poncho, with an elegant chevron edge and the option to personalize the fit, this is the perfect garment for spring when knit in Cotton Comfort. Alpaca Elegance will make it a bit warmer, and Sylvan Spirit will add a bit more drape.
Pictured in Silver Cotton Comfort
Local designer and musician Eric Robinson created these whimsical and functional quick-to-knit wrist warmers to wear in her chilly piano room – necessity was the mother of invention. Now you can have warm hands and a warm heart while you work or play.
Pictured in Luminosity Sylvan Spirit
Designed by Bonnie Sennott
Named after the Interstate 91 exit that leads to Green Mountain Spinnery in Putney, Vermont, Exit 4 is a loose-fitting cabled tunic that’s joined at the sides with decorative buttons. It’s designed to be worn with 5 in / 13 cm or more of positive ease.
Pictured in Spice Mountain Mohair
Designed by Cap Sease
When doubled around your neck the soft frills will keep your neck warm with style! Personalize the cowl by making it shorter or longer, narrower or wider by adding or decreasing stitches. If you make it any wider, you may need a second skein of yarn.
Pictured in Handpainted Simply Fine
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