Can you wash Noro Silk Garden yarn?

Silk Garden is made from a blend of mohair and silk that softens up beautifully as you knit it. It is available in a huge range of slightly more subtle self-striping colorways and has a bit more drape than Kureyon. You will also want to hand wash or spot clean this blanket, as it is not machine washable.

How do you clean Noro yarn?

Care: Dry Clean or hand wash in cold water with gentle detergent and lay flat to dry. Please Note: Due to the hand crafted nature of this yarn hanks may have occasional knots that bind color joins.

What weight is Noro silk Garden yarn?

A Noro classic, Silk Garden is light worsted weight yarn with a silk, mohair and wool fiber blend that is versatile, soft and works up with a lovely drape.

What is the softest Noro yarn?

Noro Taiyo is a heavy worsted weight yarn with a soft cotton, wool and silk blend. Taiyo is one of the softest Noro yarn lines that works up with beautiful gradual stripes and works up quickly.

What ply is Noro silk Garden?

Silk Garden 4-ply

Weight: Fingering / 4-ply / Super Fine
Texture: Single ply
Fiber: Mohair (45%), Silk (45%), Wool (10%)
Needles: 3.5mm (4 US) ( UK) 4mm (6 US) (8 UK)
Gauge: 20-22 sts / 10 cm (4″)
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What weight is Noro Silk Garden Lite?

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Brand Name Noro
Yarn Name Silk Garden Lite
Shade Count 8
Yarn Weight DK
Ball Weight 50g

How is Noro yarn made?

It can be said that NORO Yarn is created by combining raw materials, creators, tools, ideas and customers. … The spinning machine produces a sliver (yarn without a twist). A sliver has irregular lines of fibers, long, short, thick and thin which are all well blended.

What ply is Noro Kureyon wool?

Kureyon from NORO of Japan is a stunning pure wool in beautifully rich colours. A 10 ply, (worsted weight, aran yarn) in classic beautiful NORO colours.

What weight is Noro Kureyon yarn?


Weight: Worsted / Medium
Gauge: 20 sts / 10 cm (4″)
Balls: 50g; 101m (110 yds)
Care: Hand wash
Styles: Self-striping (gradient transition)