Eisaku Noro introduced multicoloured yarns in the early 1980s and now the yarn has its own magazine! Noro magazine offers more than 30 fresh and contemporary projects to carry the distinctive self-striping yarn to new creative heights. Discover the many intriguing ways that the talented designers featured in the pages of Noro managed colour to create dazzling and eminently wearable sweaters, tops, jackets, skirts, accessories and more.
NORO Issue 12!
Rich colors and subtle blends illuminate Noro’s spring offerings.
Classic tools that never go out of style; new yarns from Noro’s sister brands.
Kureyon celebrates an anniversary, great gradients and more.
KNITTING THE JAPANESE WAY
Gayle Roehm helps introduce a renowned Japanese designer to an English-speaking audience.
What we used.
FROM SOMETHING SMALL
Simple shades shift and grow, becoming stylish geometric blankets.
FLIGHTS OF FANCY
Versatile shawls in myriad shapes and stitch patterns.
WITH FLYING COLORS
It’s all in the details: Summery silhouettes play up the unparalleled beauty of Noro yarns.
Diamonds and stripes inform casual pullovers for him.
Update your sunny-day wardrobe with relaxed shapes and calm, cooling colorways.