Noro yarns are often called the “world’s most exciting yarns,” and their popularity is staggering. Each ball of this exquisite, multicolored yarn is individually dyed to produce a unique palette of vivid and subtle hues. No two balls are exactly alike.
In Knitting Noro, designer Jane Ellison presents more than 30 patterns to knit with Noro yarns. Designed to let the glorious colors of the long repeat variegated yarns take center stage, the garments are divided into six classic silhouettes with variations for each. From the Pullovers chapter, readers can make a striped sweater with ribbed details or a turtleneck sweater dress; from the Classic Jackets chapter, both a zippered hoodie and a long textured coat can be made.
From tanks to wraps, the patterns are accompanied by beautiful photographs and clear instructions. The figure-flattering shapes of these garments and the vibrant colors of the yarns are sure to make Knitting Noro a book that knitters of all skill levels will come back to again and again.
From the Hardcover edition.
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About Jane Ellison
JANE ELLISON, an expert at working with Noro yarns, has designed for magazines including Woman’s Weekly and Vogue Knitting. As the sales and marketing manager of Designer Yarns, she is responsible for most of the designs in their patterns books,… More about Jane Ellison
Published by Potter Craft Oct 05, 2010| 128 Pages| 7-1/2 x 9-3/4| ISBN 9780307586551