Baker & Taylor Take a tour of the Green Mountain Spinnery in rural Vermont. Their yarns, untouched by bleach or chemicals, will be a jumping-off point for your own creative adventures in knitting.
Norton Pub Gorgeous knitting patterns designed by the Green Mountain Spinnery of Putney, Vermont. In their vintage mill in rural Vermont the artisans at Green Mountain Spinnery create 99 richly colored natural-fiber yarns. In this follow-up to their popular Green Mountain Spinnery Knitting Book, they offer 36 classic and modern, stylish and fun patterns. There’s a flock of sweaters, as well as shawls, shells, and vests; an array of socks, mittens, and hats; even an afghan. Patterns range from easy to challenging; whatever your knitting skills, you’ll find projects to please. Detailed pattern charts and schematics round out this must-have volume.The Spinnery also recounts how they became a worker-owned cooperative and takes readers on a fascinating photographic tour of their mill. Unlike most commercial yarns, Spinnery yarns are untouched by bleach or chemicals. Enhanced by gorgeous photographs throughout, this book will be an inspiration and a jumping-off point for your own creative adventures in knitting.
Baker & Taylor The authors of the Green Mountain Spinnery Knitting Book provide 36 patterns for sweaters, hats, socks and more, in a book that also includes stories about the Green Mountain Spinnery's old mill and 75 full-color photographs. Original. Provides thirty-six patterns for sweaters, hats, socks, and other clothing articles, along with color photographs and stories about the Green Mountain Spinnery's old mill.