Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton is an expert on knitting with Noro yarns and has published many books of patterns featuring Noro and other yarns. Originally from New York, she has lived in Sweden for 25 years.
Let me just put it that way, the 90s called and said these sweaters too ugly to take back. All the rejects from the 70s collected in one book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexandra
I love the knitting book. It is full of wonderful ideas for knitters. I would recommend it to those who love color and the joy of knitting.Published 17 months ago by LINDA D. ORELL
I thought it would be mostly the story of the founder and developer of Noro yarns, a biography with a few patterns. It was not. It was a pattern book with very little biography.Published 21 months ago by E. S.
This book is a compilation of other Noro pattern pamphlets. It would be good if you didn't have any of those to get a sampling of patterns, but if you have any other Noro books,... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Anya
Noro is known for it's beautiful color-ways. I bought this book for one pattern only. The rest of the patterns are really not something I would wear or even want to knit.Published on January 23, 2013 by Angela Mcclelland
Noro is the yarn to end all yarns. Always cutting edge in colors and textures, you can never have enough Noro yarn or patterns. Need I say more?Published on January 5, 2013 by Fara
ITS A NICE BOOK. BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS. ONLY A COUPLE OF THINGS I WOULD ATTEMPT TO KNIT. I LIKE IT. I WOULD KEEP IT.Published on January 5, 2013 by CRAFT LADY