I know a lot of people don’t like Noro. They say the yarn, famous for its self-striping colors, is too rough, unpredictable or filled with knots. But those are all qualities that I love in a yarn. Especially with knitting, I am generally more interested in the process than the result; so Noro is often the perfect yarn for me. Because it’s just so fun to knit with. Never a dull moment in these skeins.
Left to right, top to bottom:
- Furisode, a silk/cotton/wool bulky weight. Colorway 16.
- Chirimen, a cotton/silk/wool DK weight. Colorway 12.
- Taiyo Sock, a cotton/wool/nylon/silk fingering weight. Colorway 08.
- Hitsuji, a 100% wool super bulky weight. Colorway 09.
- Aya, a cotton/silk/wool worsted weight. Colorway 08.
- Nobori, a cotton/nylon/wool/silk bulky weight. Colorway 18.
- Silk Garden Lite, a silk/kid mohair/lambswool DK weight. Colorway 2038.
- Aya, a cotton/silk/wool worsted weight. Colorway 02.
- Furisode, a silk/cotton/wool bulky weight. Colorway 02.