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Knit Noro: 30 Designs in Living Color

Knit Noro Designs in Living Color Japanese designer Eisaku Noro creates some of the world s most magnificent yarns made from exquisite natural materials and color blended into stunning hues they re prized by knitters everywhere This

Japanese designer Eisaku Noro creates some of the world s most magnificent yarns made from exquisite natural materials and color blended into stunning hues, they re prized by knitters everywhere This lush, beautifully styled book offers needleworkers of all skill levels a collection of patterns that make the most of Noro s breathtaking creations The projects, which rangeJapanese designer Eisaku Noro creates some of the world s most magnificent yarns made from exquisite natural materials and color blended into stunning hues, they re prized by knitters everywhere This lush, beautifully styled book offers needleworkers of all skill levels a collection of patterns that make the most of Noro s breathtaking creations The projects, which range from an Entrelac Scarf and Cowl Neck Vest to a Felted Cloche and Chevron Throw, include on trend fashion and accessories.

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  1. Bibliothekerin says:
    My faves are the Hooded Vest long waistcoat by Pat Olski and the Sideways Stripes Vest waistcoat by Cheryl Murray I suspect that lots of little girls out there will want the Ruffled Wristers by Katharine Hunt, too.There are some kind of out there designs here too, though, than most Part of that is due to the colorful Noro yarns used People tend to really like Noro yarns or not Fortunately for me, my local library system had this book in its collection, so I was not out any money I m a librarian [...]

  2. Kerry says:
    I love the patterns in this book However, I have the worst luck with Noro yarns There s always a knot where the yarn has broken or it isn t spun tight enough and it just separates when I m knitting Completely disrupts the colour flow Very frustrating, but for some reason I will return to it and try again.

  3. Jessica says:
    I m usually not a big fan of Noro yarn as I prefer solid colors Howeveris collection of patterns using Noro yarn has me ever so anxious to jump in and start working on at least 2 patterns the Modular Afghan and the Ridged Ripples Scarf.

  4. Jaq says:
    If the belted cardigan vest on the front cover doesn t get you in, then the beautiful colours that Noro can produce should tempt you to pick up this wonderful collection.I loved it Full of inspiration for the knitter.

  5. Leigh says:
    I fell in love with a pattern from this book and cannot wait to start knitting.

  6. Beverly says:
    While I m not sure how many patterns I will actually knit from this, I enjoyed reading it and examining the many ways Noro s stripes were used to jazz up some rather plain patterns.

  7. Paula says:
    I ADORE Noro Silk Garden and this is a great book I will definitely knit a couple of things at least out of it

  8. A. says:
    My fav.Belted Cardigan VestRidged Ripples Scarf Cabled CapLong Vest but I d make it shorter Modular VestKimono CardiganChevron ScarfHooded Vest

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