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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
Designed by Kate Salomon
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
A quick project for the toddler in your life. Raglan armhole shaping, k1, p1 ribbing. Choose either a solid color or stripes.
Designed by Melissa Johnson
This cozy, warm afghan was inspired by the corduroy color block quilts of Gee's Bend, Alabama. Vary the colors and sizes of the blocks to suit your own personal style and yarn supply. Working in bold colors and single crochet throughout makes the afghan fun and quick to create
Pictured in Natural Dark, Poppy, Blue Jay, Spruce, Pine Warbler, Lichen and Pumpkin Weekend Wool
Designed by Maureen Clark
While wrapped up in the NFL playoffs and her beloved Patriots, Maureen was also mulling over this wrap pattern. It all came together for her, if not her team, so she decided to name it after the Patriots’ stadium. Enjoy the short row shaping, the lacy insert, the unusual edging and the luscious yarn!
Pictured in Simply Fine
This adorable sweater for babies and little children is Libby’s Slip Stitch Cardigan adapted for Cotton Comfort or Sylvan Spirit.
Pictured in Rose Quartz Sylvan Spirit
Designed by Kate Salomon
The stacked ribs of this cap form a classically rugged texture that mimics the craggy landscape in the hills surrounding the Spinnery. This dense ribbed hat has been designed for extra warmth; it’s built-in stretch creates a snug comforting fit that warms the ears. It can be knit up in a winter’s evening by the fire, making it a great choice for a last minute gift.
Pictured in Dark Green Mountain Green
Inspired by sweaters and textiles from her childhood, designer Melissa Johnson has created this V-neck cardigan knit in a rich but easy
Fair Isle pattern or a solid color with contrasting trim. Sitting at her work table Melissa looks out to the Great Meadows, rich agricultural land on the banks of the
Pictured in Moss, Mesa, Rhubarb and Claret Mountain Mohair
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