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This unisex pullover, knit back and forth, is distinguished by its cozy, deep shawl collar and comfy wearability. It is inspired by and adapted from Anne Tucker Blake's Warm as a Hug, which first appeared in the Winter 2001 Knitting Now. The overall Broken Rib pattern with Garter Stitch accents creates a cushiony, snuggly garment. End result: a grown-up equivalent of a baby bunting.
One of the Spinnery's earliest designs and still a classic favorite, the easy slip stitch pattern turns an otherwise basic cardigan into a project of distinction. Set-in sleeves reduce the possibility of underarm bulk. Great in Mountain Mohair.
Pictured in Raven Mountain Mohair
This short cropped shell is great for dressing up or dressing down. Cotton Comfort or Sylvan Spirit makes this wearable year-round.
Inspired by a traditional Danish sweater, the combination of stripes and checks makes a visually interesting and fun-to-knit project. Turned under hems at cuffs and bottom, and a square neck with mitred corners give a clean finish to this lightweight sweater.
Pattern Includes Children's & Adult Sizes.
Pictured in Denim and Unbleached White Cotton Comfort
Emilia Bruce, a friend of the Spinnery, based the design for this pullover on the loosely fitting tunics she wore during her childhood in Spain. A perennial favorite for men and women alike, it is simply knit with a garter stitch yoke and trim. For a contemporary look, the crocheted neck edge can be replaced by a roll neck.
Pictured in Blue Yarn Over
Formal or fun, this jacket features an all-in-one-piece body, picked up sleeves, vertical lines of seed stitch and shoulders shaped by short rows. The knit collar and crocheted front bands are added last.
Pictured in Blizzard Mountain Mohair
Combine moss stitch, staghorn cable, ribbed cable and basic lattice to create this handsome Vermont Aran sweater. Stitches are bound off at the underarm, and then the armhole is worked straight up. Usually knit in worsted weight yarn, it also works beautifully in Cotton Comfort for a lighter garment. Choose the short or long version.
Our signature sweater is easier to knit than it looks. Find out how liberating it is to use steeks. The background and pattern colors change every 3-6 rows, creating gradual color shifts. Steeksat the neck and armholes allow you to work quickly in the round right up to the shoulders. Pattern Includes Children's & Adult Sizes and 3 different colorways.
This four-color pattern uses only two colors at a time. Styled as a pullover or cardigan, it is sized for children and adults. Garter stitch borders the cuff, hem and neckline, and adds interest in the stripes. For greater warmth and sophisticated drape, choose Alpaca Elegance or Sylvan Spirit.
Pattern includes Children’s and Adult Sizes.
Pictured in Silver, Denim, Violet and Weathered Green Cotton Comfort
This fitted jacket by our neighbor Lisa Delmar was adapted from designs of the legendary Swedish knitting cooperative, Bohus Stickning. Perfect for advanced knitters in need of a challenge.
Pictured in Raven, Blizzard, Claret and Jet Black Mountain Mohair
Designed by Cap Sease
This simple cardigan was inspired by a pattern on a damask tablecloth. Although the embossed pattern is subtle, it changes as you move, becoming deeper or shallower depending on the angle of the light. This effect is enhanced by the great stitch definition of the Mewesic yarn.
Pictured in Blue Bayou Mewesic
Maureen designed this cozy cardigan for chilly New England days and evenings. Not a particular fan of knitted buttonholes, she leaves the choice to you to wear it open or add a zipper or decorative clasp closure.
Pictured in Moss Mountain Mohair
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