|Colors lined by hand and ready|
for carding at the Noro factory
The Noro factory is in Japan, and "Noro" is the name of the company founder, Eisaku Noro. The Japanese are known for their attention to detail, and that trait shows through in the yarn. Eisaku notes that when new yarns are created, the designers work with their eyes closed to fully concentrate on the texture of the fibers.
|Picking colors at |
the Noro factory
- Kureyon, the popular self-striping 100% wool.
- Kama, the super-soft wool, silk, alpaca, kid mohair and angora blend.
- Taiyo Sock, the single-ply blend of cotton, wool, silk and nylon.
- Shiraito, the super-fine, buttery soft, cashmere and angora blend with just a hint of wool.
|Noro Taiyo Yarn|
Happy knitting . . . . . Amy