Noro Kiri Yarn and Wrap Pattern

Kiri is a more subdued and subtle yarn from Noro. By combining luxurious fibre content and saturated tonal shades, Noro Kiri is a beautiful double-knit yarn with a tweed effect. The yarn blends together silk, wool, and mohair, and looks gorgeous knitted, crocheted or woven. Kiri takes its name from the Japanese language for “mist” or “fog”.

We have a gorgeous 1 ball shawl pattern that uses just 1 skein of Kiri and a 5mm circular needle 80cm long – just add the pattern as well!

If you want to purchase the pattern as a pdf. on its own, then it is available to purchase as a pdf download on ravelry

If you are local to the shop we have a sample that we made so you can see it in real life !

Available in shade 2 Goldspire and 5 Crabapple while stocks last.

Blend: 47% Silk, 39% Wool, 14% Mohair
Needles: 3.25mm (US 3) – 4.00mm (US 6)
Crochet Hooks Required: 3.25mm (D) – 4.00mm (F)
Ball Weight: 100g (3.5oz)
Length: 349m (382yds)
Tension: 22 – 22 stitches, 30 – 30 rows to 10cm/4″
Yarn Weight: Double Knit / Worsted / Aran
Care Instructions: Cool Iron, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Tumble Dry, Dry Clean in Certain Solvents, Dry Flat in Shade


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