Another winner from Thea!

We are not alone in our admiration for Thea Colman’s newest pattern!  A quick search of this week’s most popular patterns in Raverly will bring her Fernet Branca to the top of your screen.  And a quick glance at her photos will show you why.  Everything about this sweater says, “knit me!” This cozy oversize […]


Vintage comfort

NATURAL DARK Weekend Wool

As the first skeins of Lana moved through production, Maureen began envisioning a gradient version of this 100% wool fingering weight yarn. With faded vintage cotton fabrics in mind, Maureen worked with Laurie on a blended yarn that combined increasing amounts of bale dyed wool to undyed fiber to create a very gradual gradient that extends over […]


Morning Mist

A new pattern has been released by Annie Rowden this week.  We’d like to introduce you to Morning Mist made with Spinnery Cotton Comfort. Larisa was among the lucky few test knitters who were given the opportunity to work on the pattern before its release.  She created a gorgeous version using the Juniper and Unbleached […]


A Knitalong to make your holidays a bit more fun

In anticipation of one of the heaviest travel days all year, we thought we’d start a KAL so that we can all be knitting together over Thanksgiving Weekend.     We are all in love with Amy Christoffer’s new Gold Rush Shawl.  And we can’t help but feel as though it will be a perfect […]


… and the fun continues!

Last weekend’s I-91 Shop Hop was a hoot!  It was great fun meeting new friends and introducing them to what we do here at the Spinnery.  Many of our first-time visitors didn’t realize that we make everything that we have available in the shop.  From fleece to skein we do it all right here! As […]


The Spring Art Fair at Squam

Maureen and I piled into the car last weekend and headed to New Hampshire to join the fun of the Squam Art Fair and the Ravelry Revelry.  It was wonderful fun to mingle with crafters who had been at the camp all weekend taking workshops, making friends, finding fresh inspiration, and glowing with new skills. […]


Happily Ever After

Some skeins of yarn are destined for great things.  Others are destined for tiny things that are more precious than we can say.  We just learned of a very sweet story that we thought you’d enjoy reading. We reached out to Arianna on Ravelry who recently finished a darling wee sweater made with just two […]


Meet a Spinnery knitter

If you have “liked” our page or postings on Facebook, you will have already seen some of the beautiful projects that our friend Melissa has created using Green Mountain Spinnery yarns.  We found her projects on Ravelry, and we thought it might be fun to learn a little bit more about Melissa.   We imagine that […]


Stay Connected with the Spinnery!

A fun perk of working with yarn and fiber fans is connecting with them. We are lucky to meet many of you at events and fiber festivals. Those weekends seem to fly by, so we wanted to make sure you knew other ways in which you can stay connected with Green Mountain Spinnery throughout the […]


Customer Project Round-Up

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 […]