The featured patterns are, in order of appearance:
Saloon Scarf: This name hasn’t changed. This is done using Cody from Mountain Meadow Wool and was named for the Saloon in the Occidental Hotel in Buffalo, WY. I always think of the saloon girls in the early West, picturing them in a corset and skirt, with the scarf added for warmth.
Devil’s Tower Cowl: This is a new pattern, so it is the only name it has ever had. Done in Teton from Mountain Meadow Wool and Mountain Colors it is offered in 4 sizes. It can also be worked in Sundance from Mountain Meadow Wool.
NBC Onsie: This is part of the Natural Baby Collection (NBC) I did for Mountain Meadow Wool’s Laramie (worsted) and I didn’t bother to give geographic names to these patterns. This is one of the cutest little garments you’ve ever seen and I encourage you to try it!
Limestone Scarf: One more from Mountain Meadow Wool, this in Powder River yarn, a merino/alpaca ply. All the Powder River patterns are named after geologic things: Minerals, stone or rocks. This scarf is really fun to knit (I made the sample) and to wear.
I try to name everything done in Mountain Meadow’s yarn after something in Wyoming.