Kashirukuru is a luxurious blend of Mongolian cashmere (kashimiya), Japanese mulberry silk (shiruku), and merino wool (uru) from the Falkland Islands off the coast of Argentina; bringing the world together in one beautiful skein.

The Celeste basketweave cowl and the Lila striped cowl pictured above are beginner-friendly knits, using only one and two skeins respectively. The four-skein Origami Scarf is more of an intermediate-level stitch pattern but absolutely rewarding in its textural effect. These three patterns are free with purchase of this yarn, so let us know in your order notes if you would like a print copy!

The Origami Scarf and the remaining patterns pictured above (the Egle cowl, Lhotse pullover, & The Balaclava) are available in print in Noro Magazine 21.

Content: 40% Silk, 30% Wool, 20% Cashmere, 10% Polyamide
Weight: 75 grams / 2.65 oz
Length: 165 meters / 180 yards
Gauge: 16-18 stitches per 4"/10cm
Suggested Needle Size: 4.5-5.0mm / US 7-8
Care: Hand wash cool, air dry flat

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Noro Kashirukuru (16st)


CAD $37.95
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