One of my favorite yarn companies is Noro. Noro’s aesthetic is spectacular colorways of luxury fibers; making you feel like a painter. No two balls are exactly the same, each ball unfurls the colors in a different arrangement. The blanket above looks like a challenging piece, but believe it or not, Noro says it’s a…
I have wanted to make this Noro skirt, ever since I saw it in Noro’s Premiere Issue for Fall 2012. I have made the swatch and the gauge is right on using Noro Kureyon Sock Yarn. Somehow I need to find the time, because I would love to wear it this fall.
I have been dying to make this dress since I first saw it in Noro’s Knitting Magazine, Spring/Summer 2013. It’s knit in Silk Garden Lite, a blend of silk, kid mohair, and lamb’s-wool in double knitting weight. I think this is the year that I make it for myself.
Don’t forget the man in your life. I love this traditional shawl collar cardigan for men. It is from Noro’s Fall/Winter 2015 magazine, design #20. It is knit in a new type of Silk Garden, called Silk Garden Solo, with the same fiber content as the original but in solid, flecked colorways.