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Designed by Kristen TenDyke
This cozy hoodie is knit seamlessly from the bottom up, beginning with the sleeves, then the body. They are joined at the underarms and worked together while the armholes and sleeve caps are shaped. The shoulders are joined with a three-needle bind-off, then the back cable panel continues up the hood. The hood has some increasing and short-row shaping so it has a great fit around your head. The neckband stitches are picked up around the opening and worked in k1, p1 ribbing while joining to the front neck bind-off as it is being knit.
Pictured in Blizzard
Designed by Maureen Clark
With its rectangular shaping and stretchy garter stitch bodice, this easy crochet/knit cardigan is simple to size precisely. The length and width of the crocheted panels can be easily adjusted, and adding garter stitch rows at the joins can provide fine-tuning. The modular construction makes it easy to create a custom fit.
Pictured in Red Cotton Comfort
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.
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 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
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
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
Spontaneously designed for a Spinnery customer, this pattern is based on our Easy Raglan sweater. Stitches are cast on at the neck; increases are worked at four evenly spaced intervals. Directions are for either a rolled or cable neck with ribbed or cabled hem. Feel free to make variations of your own - finishing the hem with fringe, I-cord, bobbles... You may think of the poncho as a blank canvas and work stripes, texture, or both. Have Fun!
Pictured in Day Lily and Peacock Mountain Mohair
An easy pattern designed by Maureen Clark.
This cardigan is sure to please everyone – so comfortable and so easy.
Dress it up for the office or play it down with your favorite blue jeans.
Pictured in Pumpkin Weekend Wool
Distinguished by its seed stitch borders, all-over Wildflower Knot pattern, shaped armholes, jewel neckline, and set-in sleeves, this sweater is classic, cropped and textured. Versatile in Mountain Mohair, elegant in Green Mountain Green, it becomes a jacket in Weekend Wool.
This knit-in-one piece, textured vest has the neck edging worked as you go along - no stitches to pick up later! Make it in Mountain Mohair, Weekend Wool or Maine Organic.
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