Packed with color photographs and insights into the world of Noro, this book features 40 stunning projects, including pullovers, cardigans, accessories and more.
Take an inside look at how Noro yarns are made in this celebration of some of the world's most beloved fibers. Designer Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton has been working with Noro yarns for more than 25 years, and her innovative knitwear designs reflect her thorough understanding of the unique properties of these remarkable yarns. Made from rich natural materials and employing innovative color-blending techniques with long-repeat variegation, Noro yarns are acclaimed worldwide. Hamilton traveled to Japan to meet the enigmatic creator of these yarns and discuss his craft, his continuing commitment to sustainability and his unwavering dedication to yarn-making as an art form. The result is this beautifully illustrated guide.
By Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton
Hardcover • ISBN-13: 978-1-933027-87-6
8.5 x 9 • 148 pages • Approximately 60 color photographs