2017 NatCroMo Blog Tour, March 18: Green Mountain Spinnery

A-Glamping We Will Go: 5th Annual National Crochet Month Blog Tour

Welcome to Crochetville’s fifth annual National Crochet Month (NatCroMo) blog tour, taking place each day of March 2017. Join us for a month of virtual glamping (aka glamorous camping), as we visit crochet designers, crochet-friendly local yarn stores, and yarn companies, as well as offer some fun giveaways.

Today’s Posts: Luz Mendoza | Kim Harvey-Nash | The Village Yarnery | Green Mountain Spinnery | Daily Giveaway

Want to Chat about the Tour?

Part of the fun of glamping is the daily round-up around the campfire, chatting and stitching with friends. We hope you’ll join us in our NatCroMo Facebook group, where we’ll be sharing daily camping recipes, campfire songs about crochet, and so much more! We’d also love to hear about your favorite things you’ve discovered on the tour and see photos of your current crochet projects. You’re invited to join us daily for virtual cocktails/appetizers and dinner. (We’ll be sharing links to some fabulous recipes!)

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Green Mountain Spinnery

Crochetville is very proud to have Green Mountain Spinnery with us today, March 18, as one of the featured yarn companies on our 2017 Designer Blog Tour in honor of National Crochet Month (NatCroMo). Many thanks to Green Mountain Spinnery for also being the sponsor of today’s Daily Giveaway.

Find Green Mountain Spinnery Online:

Website: https://www.spinnery.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Green-Mountain-Spinnery-141453129200233

About Green Mountain Spinnery’s Yarn

Green Mountain Spinnery is a worker-owned cooperative woolen Yarn Mill in Putney, Vermont. Since our founding thirty years ago we have been designing and producing richly colored, must-touch classic and contemporary yarns. To this day, our goals remain unchanged: to create yarns of the highest quality, to help sustain regional sheep farming, and to develop environmentally sound ways to process natural fibers.

Green Mountain Spinnery

All the fibers we use — alpaca, mohair, wool, and organic cotton — are grown in the United States. Unlike most commercial mills, The Green Mountain Spinnery uses no chemicals to bleach, moth-proof or shrink-proof yarns. The result? See and feel our yarns for yourself.

Green Mountain Spinnery

Maureen selected our Cotton Comfort for her Sierra Cowl. Designed and worked up on a trip to California, she thought that the soft hand and elasticity of our 80/20 wool and cotton blend would be ideal.

Green Mountain Spinnery

This DK weight yarn is a perfect weight for a comforting infinity cowl; and just two skeins in lovely contrasting colors hook up in no time for a little accessory that will dress up any glamping trip. Make one of your own to stay cozy warm out of your sleeping bag.

About Green Mountain Spinnery’s Crochet Patterns

Green Mountain Spinnery - Cowl Up

Cowl Up!, $7.15

This cozy cowl is worked in Tunisian crochet with a big hook and bulky yarn. It creates a lofty cowl in just a few hours of crafting, that you can curl up with on any cold winter day!

Green Mountain Spinnery - Septor

Septor, $7.15

An infinity scarf, crocheted flat and sewn together, it can be worn as a single loop or doubled over for extra coziness.

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1 thought on “2017 NatCroMo Blog Tour, March 18: Green Mountain Spinnery”

  1. The Green Mountain Spinnery Yarn sounds amazing! I actually never heard of this company and am really excited to be exposed to it. Last year, my mom and I discussed going to VT (we love it there) and wanted to find out if thete were any lys or spinners-no seemed to have that answer. Now I know of one! I wonder if they let you take tours or just see it being made on specific days of the week?


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