Knitters who love Noro yarn (and there are a lot of them out there) and who want to learn more about the yarn, its developer and a bunch of different ways to use the fibers to great advantage will enjoy the book Noro: Meet the Man Behind the Legendary Yarn, Knit 40 Fabulous Designs by Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton.
Noro Patterns Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton Wanderlust.This booklet contains 20 knitting patterns including: sweaters, jackets and a collection of polos, tops, hats, bags and scarves. Featured yarns include Kureyon, Iro, Silk Garden, Silk Garden Lite, Kockoran, Cashmere Island, Blossom, Silver Thaw, Aurora and new yarns for 2007, Niji and Silk Garden Chunky.
This book features a collection of designs for hand knitting by, Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton. All projects are made with Noro yarns, including: Silk Garden, Iro, Kureyon, Kochoran, Cash Iroha and Shinano. 19 patterns for vests, pullovers, cardigans, hats, mittens, scarf, purse and a throw. All skill levels of knitters from beginner to advanced will enjoy these colorful patterns. Published in 2003 by Knitting Fever Inc.
No one creates yarns like Eisaku Noro. Made from rich natural materials and employing innovative color-blending techniques with long-repeat variegation, they have been acclaimed worldwide. In 2008, Noro yarn expert Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton sat down with the artist in his native Japan to discuss his craft, his commitment to sustainability and his unwavering dedication to knitting as an art form. The result is this fully-illustrated guide. Packed with color photographs and insights into the world of Noro, it