Noro Passion

Like a bee to the blossom, and a moth to the flame, Noro yarn evokes an unequivocal passion amongst knitters, luring us in to an euphoric state with the creative possibilities spun within each colourful spectrum.  This season British designer Jane Ellison, tickles our fancy with her latest collection of designs, featuring three promising new qualities, Haniwa, Mossa, and Kirara, each one distinctive in texture and palette.

Here is a peek inside the pages of NORO PASSION by Jane Ellison-

 

Karma

Karma Cardigan is knit in reverse stocking stitch, highlighting the nubby texture of Mossa, a blend of wool, silk, kid mohair and viscose, available this Fall in eight tempting colourways.

 

Vina

Vina strikes a pose for Fall, and plays up the dramatic hues in Kirara, an earthy combo of wool, cotton, silk, and angora in a double knitting weight yarn.  Choose from one of eight options.

 

Prema

Prema cowl will keep you smiling and feeling cosy all winter.  This simple garter ridge pattern is knit sideways and ideally suited for beginners.  Knit in Mossa, a chunky boucle-style yarn from Noro in eight splashy colourways.

 

Hiba

Hiba crosses the bridge between a vest and a shrug, crocheted in retro granny squares, and updated with a fun new yarn from Noro.  Look for understated colouring in Haniwa, with a striking palette to choose from.

 

Mercy

Mercy Slouch Hat meanders in a rib pattern, creating a playful divergence from horizontal stripes to diagonal.  Knit in Noro’s newest worsted quality- Haniwa, indulge yourself with one of six subtle shadings spun from silk, wool, and nylon.

 

Ife

Ife Vest pays homage to the changing colours, Autumn bliss, knit in Haniwa.  An easy-to-wear here, there, and everywhere addition to your wardrobe.

 

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