Products by Noro
Silk Garden Solo - in the Silk Garden family with the same blend of Silk Mohair and Lambswool but unlike the vibrant multi colours of other yarns in this family, Solo has just one base colour although in some colourways there is a hint of other colours in little tweedy strands.
Knits to a standard 10ply or Aran weight pattern.
Akari is light in Japanese. Inspired by the midnight sun, its light changing colour from moment to moment.
Akari is another stunning Noro yarn which is so soft and lightweight, yet warm. A blend of silk, cotton, viscose, mohair, wool and polyamide gives this yarn a beautiful and interesting blend of texture and colours.
Named for the barn swallow that migrates to Japan during cherry blossom season, this is a classic worsted-weight silk/wool blend. Each oversized skein contains 656 yards making it ideal for an endless variety of one-skein projects!
Another Noro Beauty...Kumo. With a tension suggestion that this yarn is an 8ply, the meterage and look of this yarn suggests it would work up just as well on smaller needles traditionally used for 8ply yarn - 4mm.
The colour range available is subtle and stunning. Perfect for trans seasonal projects!
25 Colourful and cosy throws. Combining the most popular blankets from Noro Magazine with several brand new and exclusive designs, this collection of 25 knit blankets has something for every preference and skill level. From simple textures to graphic intarsia, from super bulky to airy lace, from single-piece blankets to modular projects that can be easily knit while on the go, these projects are diverse, unique and always fun to make.
The ever popular Noro has released Issue 19 of it's beautiful magazine. Features comfy, colourful knitting with 35 cozy ideas for winter warmth. Including the best vests, basic brioche and naturally coloured wool. Using a range of types and plys of Noro yarns for beginners to advanced knitters.
Okunoshima is an energetic new yarn that convincingly mimics the very best in true handspun.
It is a trusted silk and wool blend with added Angora and mohair to provide lightness and loft.
Knitting up at a worsted-weight gauge, Okunoshima is a unique yarn that's unlike anything you've seen before.
Okunoshima is a small island best known as 'Rabbit Island' for its plentiful, furry wild denizens, making it and apt name for this soft yarn.