Typically, this weekend we would be joining many of the New England fiber producers at the New Hampshire Sheep and Wool Festival in Deerfield, New Hampshire. This year’s festivities have been cancelled, so we’ll wait patiently until 2022 to gather.
In the meantime, we wanted to share a very small batch of Limited Edition yarn that we would have showcased at the fair, as well as an opportunity to do a bit of armchair travelling to learn more about the original source of this fiber!
We recently finished a brand new batch of Grey Vermont Organic yarn, giving us an opportunity to begin working with a new organic fiber source! Last year, Shona started Flying […]
We’ve added a new shade of Yarn Over to the selection currently available, just in time for the release of Denise Bayron’s new pattern: Wave of Change Pullover. Our Pasture […]
This week, we thought we’d share with you a few additional details about our new pullover pattern, Elevate. Kate found inspiration for this stunning yoke on one of her early […]
My grandmother lived through the depression and took that phrase to heart. We here at the Spinnery, aspire to waste as little as possible in our production process, to ensure […]
Two of our Raverly friends, Tara and Amanda recently finished Andrea Mowry shawl patterns to equally beautiful effect! We’d like to share their new shawls with you and introduce you […]
Our Mill is almost back to being fully operational; with our team working most of the hours that they did before COVID social distancing required that we keep a generous […]
We have a new pattern to share with you this week! We’d like to introduce you to Hybrid. This top-down yoked sweater designed by Kate Salomon, pairs woolen spun Spinnery […]
We are excited to share with you a great trio of projects that can bring the fiber and crafting community together and working towards social justice. “emPower people is a purple […]
Over the past few months, we’ve shared snapshots of some of the charming lambs that the fiber producers we work with have been raising this Spring. Those fuzzy adorable creatures […]
Yoked color work sweaters can offer us an exciting blank canvas with which to experiment with color. We thought we’d share with you several sweaters that were recently finished using […]
To celebrate the re-opening of our Mill Shop we’re offering a 15% discount on our Mewesic Yarn (pronounced music), until the end of the month! You’ll find that all 15 […]