FAREWELL MR. NORO
A collection of fond memories of an unforgettable man.
Noro’s newest yarn, KASHIRUKURU, is a worsted-weight dream.
Open up to new possibilities with three yarns in like-minded gauges.
A VOYAGE EAST
Celebrate Noro Magazine’s 10th anniversary with Deborah Newton’s KAL blanket, featuring Japanese motif squares.
SINGING A SONG OF COLOR
Designer Irina Poludnenko wields her Noro yarns like paint, and her needles like brushes.
GLOSSARY & ABBREVIATIONS
THE STORY OF NORO
Stand out on the slopes (or around the neighborhood) in a 60s throwback balaclava.
Neutral-hued cables are always in demand with a chill in the air.
PLAYING WITH COLOR
Go bright or go home: these pieces are knit to be noticed.
INSPIRED BY NATURE
When the weather turns cold, bring your garden inside with botanical palettes and patterning.
Got a little free time? Even a novice can whip up this laid-back vest in no time.
REGAL IN RED
A trip through the archive brings us timeless wraps and sweaters from the Silk Garden Collection.
Easy-going silhouet tes and understated vibes will have you knit ting (and wearing) these pieces again and again.
This archival favorite is the definition of geometrical elegance.
See this issues fashions online at www.noromagazine.com