There is no better way to pay a compliment to a brilliant yarn maker than by designing wearable works of art that show off the natural beauty of his yarn. In this latest pattern booklet, European designer, Claudia Wersing, tips her hat to Eisaku Noro, the innovative creator behind one of the world’s most popular yarn brands with her cutting edge fashion sense overflowing into an unexpected collection of handknit pullovers, cardigans and accessories.
Look for this outstanding selection of knitwear patterns featured in Tribute to Noro by Claudia Wersing at your lys this fall, including the gorgeous cover design, Rooba Jacket. Knit in Kureyon. Col #344 (shown above).
Simply stunning in a smoky charcoal hue, this Glimmer Hood with twisted cord rolls down into a softly-layered cowl when the weather dictates. Knit with five balls of Silk Garden Solo, in a luxurious blend of silk, mohair and lambswool, with a choice of eighteen solids tinged with subtle flecks. Col. #9 (shown above).
Where stylish sophistication and creative construction cross paths. The Lavinia V Neck Pullover is a surefire winner this season, with its lacy leaf motif that highlights interesting angles and the batwing sleeve design. Knit with eight balls of Silk Garden Solo in a deep delicious shade of scarlet. Col #7 (shown above).
As a child, do you remember taking all the crayons out of the box to draw brightly-coloured rainbows? Well, this side-to-side design is just as much fun to knit in fabulous pure wool Kureyon, the mainstay of the Noro Collection. Col #352 (shown above).