Friday, September 16, 2011

Art In Motion....

This week I've been hooking away on a couple of Queen Anne Scarves. I used the gorgeous Taiyo yarn by Noro which was a dream and they're now all finished, wrapped with a bow and ready for the giving...
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I'm so thrilled I finally got some quality computer time this morning to upload what I have left in stock of the Noro Yarn onto my Website...
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This stuff sells like hotcakes!!!!
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And I can totally see why - it's like Art in motion when you're working with it. I love the colour changes and am always surprised at how they all just seem to work together.

Have you used Noro before??? What did you think of it???

5 comments:

  1. Love your Queen Anne scarves and the little cards too. I haven't used Noro before but it does look rather nice.
    Tracy

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  2. The scarves look beautiful all ready to go.
    Love the gift tags, are they Red Tractor/Jam Tales designs?
    x

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  3. Love Noro! Each stitch is a work of art all by itself.
    I agree the color changes keep things interesting and fun! Your Queens make me want to pull out more Noro from the ole stash bucket. What beautiful gifts you've created. I too think your tea-pot tags are adorable.
    Hugs,
    Karen

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  4. Love how you wrapped them up! So darling!

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  5. After seeing your beautiful Taiyo Queen Anne's Lace scarf, I had to make one, also! I absolutely love it! Thanks for the inspiration.

    I have used Noro before, both Kureyon and Silk Garden and I prefer the feel of Taiyo, now that I've used it, because it is softer. I'd like to try Taiyo sock, next. I really enjoy working with Noro yarn!

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