Noro Spring

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Noro Magazine, Issue 10 just arrived and is filled with fabulous designs for spring. Check out these great warm-weather yarns from Noro!


Kagayaki

Kagayaki

This beautiful blend of cotton, silk and wool is new for spring. Kagayaki translates to “radiance” in Japanese, and the name is quite fitting! All of these designs to knit with Kagayaki are featured in Noro Magazine, Issue 10:

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Mirai

Mirai

This lightweight blend of cotton and silk adopts the Japanese girl’s name Mirai, meaning “the future”. Noro Magazine, Issue 10 features new designs to knit in Mirai:

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More Mirai designs can be found in The Mirai Collection from Jenny Watson Designs:

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And last spring’s Noro Magazine, Issue 8 featured great designs to knit and crochet with Mirai:

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Ginga

Ginga

If you prefer a quicker knit, check out this super bulky blend of cotton, silk and wool. Japanese for “galaxy”, Ginga is fabulously colorful choice! New Ginga designs are featured in Noro Magazine, Issue 10:

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And we still love this poncho from last spring’s Noro Magazine, Issue 8:

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Today we’re giving away copies of Noro Magazine Issue 10.  Simply comment with “what projects are you knitting or crocheting for spring”. The first 24 commenters will win free copy*!

*Magazine must be picked up in person @ SWAK no later than April 30, 2017. Comments close March 24, 2017.

 

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21 thoughts on “Noro Spring

  1. I love the first sweater and the short sleeve button cardi. Right now I am working on a sweater for a friend

  2. Trying to finish a cardigan for my granddaughter. Would like to make a vest for myself out of some of those amazing colors.

  3. I’m knitting the Crescent Shawl right now. And I’ve cast on a pair of shortie socks since I’m down to one pair.

  4. I’m still working on a cowl. Still dropping an occasional stitch and having to frog it, and think of my next project. What ever that is.

  5. Knitting a long sleeve sweater. If you want great varieties of yarn, find it and call and it will be shipped to you. Great people and staff. Love them

  6. I’m currently working on a bag, and a mystery amigurumi, both in celebration of International Crochet Month.

  7. I’m finishing up a top-down, no-seam sweater. Going to to start on 2 different baby cardigans next!❤

  8. Finishing up the Delphin Shawl. Next up is Zeta Shawl using Berroco Corsica. Love the poncho from Noro Magazine #8. Thinking it may be in my future after I decide what to knit out of Noro Magazine #10!

  9. I’m working on the Mirai crescent shawl from Noro issue 8, the Hualca cowl from Amano and a Lucky Penny shawl from Spud & Chloe. Learning lots! Having fun conquering cables!

  10. My current project is Favorite Scarf Ever. I love Noro, and have used it for a hat for my sister, mitts for a good friend, a scarf for my daughter’s (former) boyfriend, and a scarf for me. I lucked onto Noro issue 8 last summer in Alaska. The projects in it are so beautiful!

  11. I’m working on a Lineau shawl, it’s such a pretty pattern and a Multnomah-a one skein project. And there is a pair of socks on the needles, but they’re resting

  12. I am working on a cowl made from Modern Cotton in a shade that reminds me of the autumn sky at dawn on the east coast. I’m also looking forward to starting my first cardigan this spring, but no ideas on the yarn to be used yet. 🙂

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