Green Mountain Spinnery continues to strive to create yarns of the highest quality, to help sustain regional sheep farming, and to develop environmentally sound ways to process natural fibers. Seeing our yarns worked up by our fans and friends makes all the work worthwhile. Today we’d like to use this blog post to put the spotlight on projects recently completed in Spinnery yarns.
Our Fall Hike KAL recently wrapped up in our Ravelry group. Participants knit up a variety of items and are ready for the upcoming winter season! These sweaters were knit during the KAL, from left to right: Finnsmydog’s Strokkur sweater in Green Mountain Green, Coldtoesneedsocks’ Jackaroo sweater in Alpaca Elegance, and Knitngtriathlete’s Autumn End II sweater, also in Alpaca Elegance.
Accessories may be quicker to complete than a sweater, but they can be just as satisfying! They are a great way to try out a new-to-you yarn or colorway! Here we have, from left to right: Luvthesnow’s Japanese Wave Mittens in Mountain Mohair, MarkinSF’s Mittens #1 Learning to Cable in New Mexico Organic, and Caramora’s Fishbone Snood in Sylvan Spirit.
One of our Ravelry group members, Malone, has had a highly productive fall! You can see all her Spinnery yarn projects here. During our Fall KAL she knit up a pair of Lodestar Mittens in Weekend Wool and Margaret’s Tam in Alpaca Elegance (both from our Green Mountain Weekend Ebook), and a set of Cider Press Mitts in Maine Organic.
We love to see your projects – finished and in progress! You are welcome to share them in our Ravelry group, on our Facebook page and even send us a Tweet. For even more project inspiration, check out our Pinterest boards!