Good news for Noro enthusiasts!
[Sorry, item discontinued or temporarily out of stock] is here, and there are 30 impeccable color drenched projects in these pages. Summer tees, sweet blankets, great warps and ponchos, and a great pirce of lace stitches. Enjoy!
Noro Taiyo Yarn is one of our favorite Noro yarns. A great combination of 40% Cotton, 30% Silk, 15% Wool, and 15% Nylon, it is terrific for summery projects. The cotton is lighter and softens the color palette, the silk provides shine and texture, while the wool gives some extra body and bounce, plus a little nylon for durability. Both of these projects are terrific in Taiyo!
The “Heirloom Spectacular” afghan by Anna-Beth Meyer-Graham, only takes 6 skeins of Taiyo!
A terrific basketweave Taiyo tee, by Valentina Devine.
If warmer weather has you wondering how to use Noro’s lovely yarns, the answer is in this issue: it’s all about lace! Loose, lacey, and lovley, open stitch patterns show off the colors and let you explore fun new stitches, while still making something that you’ll enjoy in the warmer months. Another great thing about these lacey designs, is that gauge is less critical when you’re making a shawl, poncho, or throw, so you can swap out different yarns depending on the final feel you’re going for. Each stitch pattern shows off Noro’s unique colorways a little differently – so go ahead and explore!
Learn to master each of these interesting stitches and more – then adapt them to your own designs!
Shown above: Mermaid’s Mesh, Garter Mesh, Veil Stitch, and Knot Mesh. (Adapted from the Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns, by Barbara G. Walker).
Broomstick Lace, by Carolyn Calderon
Check out these other great Noro yarns, and get your needles clicking for lace and summer loveliness…