Saturday, 2 August 2014

Noro Mossa hand-woven scarves

Noro Blossom was a favourite yarn of mine but it was discontinued.  You can imagine my delight when I discovered Noro Mossa yarn which is a very similar yarn being 52% wool, 16% viscose (rayon), 11% mohair, 11% silk and 10% polyamide (nylon).   Basically the mohair content has been reduced and replaced with the viscose.
I have now completed my first two scarves using two colours in the Noro Mossa range.  The same pattern has been used for both but in reality it is the multi-coloured yarn that becomes the feature.  This yarn produces a  bulky but soft touching, multi-coloured scarf which will be eye catching and a pleasure to wear.
The first scarf is colour #17, being dominantly magenta, brown, yellow and orange, and is 1780mm x 200mm and weighs 178g.

The second scarf is colour #16, being dominantly green, black, fushia and orange, and is 1760mm x 200mm and weighs 170g.

Both scarves will eventually be on sale at Aspects of Kings Park or the Perth Upmarket depending upon stock movement.

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