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Designed by Cap Sease
The shape of this lightweight, but warm pullover was inspired by the square lines of the mosaic stitch pattern.
Pictured in Luminosity and Peridot Sylvan Spirit
Cables and ribbing at the hem and cuffs merge into lace panels separated by vertical ribs. A clever, continuous cable forms the button and neckbands. One of our dressier patterns.
Designed by Melissa Johnson
This flattering hat features a doubled brim to keep your ears warm on even the coldest days. An instricate lattices cable adapted from Barbara Walker's Charted Knitting Designs adorns the top.
Pictured in Dark Green Mountain Green
Designed by Lauren Biedel
Lauren learned to knit cables and to design knitwear in her Fiber Arts class at The Putney School. This stylish, chunky hat is the result. Worked with two strands of yarn, it is quick to knit and has a fabulous texture.
Pictured in Claret Mountain Mohair
A pattern by Cap Sease
An easy introduction to lace knitting, this shawl is perfect for our Sylvan Spirit colors.
Pictured in Antique Brass Sylvan Spirit
This classic crew neck is as comfortable as your favorite sweatshirt. Knit in the round to the armholes, then back and forth for the rest of the sweater. Set-in sleeves are picked up and knit from the armholes.
Pattern includes Children's and Adult Sizes.
Designed by Melissa Johnson
Melissa Johnson designed this hat for her friend and Spinnery co-worker Lisa Letendre to wear to yarn shows. The easy Fair Isle patterns work equally well in solid colors or handpainted yarns
Designed by Marie Grace Smith
Marie Grace is best known for her line of children's knitting patterns. As a mother of 4 she understands the importance of fit and function in children's knitwear. This bulky little vest, in a wool/mohair blend, is perfect for a chilly day or for layering in winter.
Pictured in Natural Dark Capricorn
Quick knit mittens for the younger set - make a pair with each chart for your favorite child.
Pictured in various colors of Mountain Mohair
Designed by Rachel Stecker
Every little man needs a sweater with pockets for his precious things. This classic-style raglan is worked from the top down and sports contrasting stripes on the yoke, sleeves and pocket edgings and a very manly shawl collar.
Pictured in Navy, Storm and Weathered Green Cotton Comfort
Designed by Amy Christoffers for Green Mountain Weekend
Amy, whose business is "Savory Knitting", has designed many savory things for our cold Vermont winters. She designed these warm mittens knowing that our weekend weather can be unpredictable - we've had plenty of snow at both our October and March weekends. Amy came to Putney in the fall of 2012 to teach students how to design their perfect sweater, using lace or other stitch patterns.
Pictured in Natural Grey, Blue Jay, Plum & Lichen Weekend Wool
Now you see them, now you don't! Like magic, the stripes on this vest emerge and fade as your little one moves. This pattern provides a simple introduction to shadow knitting. Use solid colors to create bold stripes or use one painted yarn with a solid for a more subtle effect.
Pictured in Hibiscus and Dragon Well Alpaca Elegance
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