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This is a rugged sweater in stockinette stitch with slightly dropped shoulders and a crew neck.
Pattern includes Children's and Adult Sizes.
Designed by Cap Sease
Using a yoke pattern designed years ago by her sister Peg, Cap has created a pullover and cardigan perfect for late fall and winter, and appropriate for both women and men. Any color combination works well; the wide choice of Mountain Mohair colors will guarantee a distinctive sweater
Pictured in Grey Birch, Elderberry and Moss Mountain Mohair
Hanna's Sock (top-down)
Designed by Maureen Clark
Named for Hanna Teachman, who taught Maureen her unique method for knitting sock heels. This is a sock as elegant to wear as it is entertaining to knit.
Pictured in White New Mexico Organic
There is a lot happening in this simple hat. Combine knit and crochet stitches in a topper whose size can be adjusted to fit the wearer perfectly. Create your own color pattern and finish off your creation with some special buttons.
Designed by Maureen Clark
Modeled after a well-loved sweater, this top-down raglan has ribbed detail on the shoulders and 3/4 sleeves and a front gore that creates an infinitely comfortable a-line shape. Note: if you would like the front to pleat, make the next larger size.
Pictured in Hematite Sylvan Spirit
This all-over repeating cable is fun to knit but even more fun to wear. The cuff is tapered with smaller needles and a variation of the Horseshoe pattern. With a crocheted neck edge and drop shoulders, this sweater is extremely comfortable to wear. Choose from a long or a cropped version.
Pictured in Wintergreen Mountain Mohair
IBH's Toasty Socks (top-down)
Isabelle Hegemann, also known as IBH, had twenty-six grandchildren and great-grandchildren and knit socks for each of them annually. Her step-by-step teaching pattern will have you confidently knitting a rib pattern in the round on double-pointed needles, turning a heel, and finishing the toe with kitchener stitch. Custom fit these sturdy, simple boot socks by changing needle size and adjusting the length of cuff and foot.
Pictured in Natural Grey and White Vermont Organic
Designed by Eric Robinson
“Born” on an icebreaker voyage to the North Pole, this colorful hat with double-knit earflaps will keep you warm in any cold climate.
Pictured in Vincent’s Gold, Partridgeberry, Day Lily and Pistachio Mountain Mohair
All the beauty of traditional Icelandic design adapted to a gauge appropriate for the Spinnery's worsted weight yarns. Designed as a unisex pullover or cardigan, Icelandic offers unlimited colorways. Knit the body, then the sleeves, and finally join all together in an elegantly crafted yoke.
Start at the top, work to the bottom, and pop it on – you’ll feel like a goddess in no time.This elegant shell is fun to knit and even more fun to wear.
Pictured in Leaf, Aqua and Unbleached White Cotton Comfort
Designed by Libby Mills and Cap Sease
The Islanders' Vest pattern has been such a big hit that we decided to turn it into a pullover. Knit in one piece from the bottom up in Weekend Wool or Mountain Mohair, it has easy inserted sleeves that are knit right on. Minimal finishing means you'll be able to wear your masterpiece almost as soon as it is off the needles.
Pictured in Spruce Weekend Wool
Designed by Libby Mills
Libby designed this vest after a visit to Scotland’s Outer Hebrides Islands, famous for their sheep and traditional knitting.
The stitch pattern is based on Elizabeth Lovick’s book Patterns for North Ronaldsay Yarn.Liz named the design “Blanster” after a farm on South Ronaldsay Island mentioned in early medieval documents, which is still there today.
Pictured in White Maine Organic
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