A year in review

While 2021 is wrapping up, we thought we would offer you a quick reverse chronological review of the patterns that we launched during the past 12 months.  Since last December, we have developed a total of fifteen new patterns, including garments, accessories, a cozy throw blanket, and a dog sweater! We’ve gathered them all here […]


Announcing Saturday Hours!

We are extending our shop hours a bit to better meet the needs of folks who aren’t able to visit during the week. In addition to being open Monday and Friday from 9 am to 12 pm and Wednesday 3 pm – 6 pm, the Mill will also be open from 10 am – 2 […]


July show and tell – DK weight sweaters

We’ve collected a scrapbook of recently finished mid-weight sweaters to share with you this weekend.  These may inspire you to cast on projects that could be ready to be worn this fall. Martha recently finished a gorgeous version of Cap Sease’s Snowy Woods Sweater.  She shared the following on her project page, “I have been […]


Back in business

Spinnery Yarn Shop

We’re delighted to share with you that we are making great progress in working towards re-opening the Mill. Starting on Monday June 15th, and until further notice, our Mill shop will be open 9 am -12 pm  Monday and Friday and 3 pm – 6 pm on Wednesdays. Our shop is very small so we’ll […]


Living in a work in progress

Yesterday, almost 200 young people gathered in nearby Brattleboro to protest racism and police brutality.  The gathering was a peaceful one where teen organizers expressed their feelings of frustration and connected with others eager to show their support for change. The rallies, protests and riots that are predominating the news are an emphatic wake up […]


A helping hand

One of the bright spots of the past several weeks is that way in which communities are working together.  Folks are showing support for those working on the front lines by wearing masks in public to protect them.  Neighbors are caring for one another by checking in with one another at a distance, and dropping […]


Announcing our next Knittter’s Weekend

We are pleased to announce that Angela Tong will be the featured instructor for the Spinnery’s 2020 Spring Knitters’ Weekend Retreat.  Our workshop will be held in Brattleboro, Vermont from Friday, April 3rd to Sunday, April 5th, 2020. Angela Tong is a knitwear designer and instructor. In her former career, she was a jewelry designer […]


The happiest of seasons

All of us here at the Spinnery Co-op would like to wish you and yours a most delightful and peaceful holiday season.  We hope that you have ample time on your hands to enjoy with friends and family doing what you love most. We’ll be closing the Mill on December 25th and January 1st to […]


Our shop hours

As evenings begin to fall earlier in the day and when Daylight Savings shifts our clocks (both internally and externally), we will be adjusting our shop hours just a bit. Starting on Monday November 4th our Mill Shop will be open: Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm Saturday 10 am to 4 pm […]


A wonderful visit

Vermont is a destination location, especially at this time of year.  “Leaf Peepers” and maple enthusiasts head our way to enjoy long walks to enjoy the foliage, and scuff through fallen leaves with pumpkin flavored snacks of all kinds. In the spirit of celebrating the season, tomorrow morning, we are headed to the Vermont Sheep […]


Knit, frog, re-do

One of the wonderful things about knitting is how forgiving it can be.  When we find a mistake we can work back, tinking or frogging larger sections to rework, when required. Lifelines can be added as we go so that particularly tricky lace sections or finer stitches can be more easily recovered. Undoing weeks of […]


All that beautiful color!

Our Mill is small and our space is limited.  As visitors move through our production floor on one of our tours, they often ask, “Where do you dye your yarns?”  And the answer that frequently surprises them, is that we don’t.  We don’t have the space or the water to dye skeins here at our […]