Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Taiyo, I'm Your's

Hi Knitters,
I am so excited about this new scarf design. Have you knitted with Noro's Taiyo? I may have been living under a rock to have missed this yarn but I was not familiar with it. I grabbed a couple of balls at Loop Yarn Shop in Milwaukee. It is the best colorway I have ever seen, that's what drew me in. It is color #1 and it has black, tan, chocolate, rosy pink and dusty pink and a bit of olive and gray. It is gorgeous, beyond. The yarn is 40% cotton, 30% silk, 15% wool, and 15% nylon. Taiyo is squishy and soft, not at all scratchy. This is my new favorite yarn, love it!

I made this reversible scarf for myself but it turned out so great that I am going to write up the pattern to share with you. I should have it available in a couple of days. If you are interested and you want to get ready, it uses 2 balls of Taiyo and a size 9 needle. I will give a lot more detail and better photos when all is set. It has so much texture and interest that I hope I can capture it all with the camera.

Okay, I'll be back soon. I have another podcast brewing in my head, too.
Take care, Knitters.
best, susie

3 comments:

peaknits said...

I am almost absolutely positive that I had this very yarn - same colorway too - in my hand at the Knitting Tree just last night. I made a note of the unusual name and decided to try to think what I could do with it - it's like a soft version of kureyon. Love it - your scarf is grand!

Margie said...

I love Noro wool, I knit my daughter a short sleeve cardi for Christmas with it. I found it in September in This Is Knit in Dublin. The colours are amazing and it is incredibly soft and quick to knit. That scarf looks so cozy. Margie.

Knittin Kudzu said...

I love Noro and this colorway is beautiful. Can't wait to see more details on your scarf! I am working on a Silk Garden scarf presently in Yarn Harlot's One Row Pattern. Love reversible!

Happy New Year! Sandy