Once in awhile you discover a very special fiber family. I've found that in Noro yarns and now am incredibly pleased to offer their latest fiber, Tsubame.
Tsubame is named for the swallow that returns to Japan each year during Cherry Blossom season. I've never experienced Cherry Blossom season, (or even Japan for that matter!) but this yarn definitely makes my heart sing.
- Fiber Content: 50% Silk, 25% Wool, 25% Polyamide
Gauge: 18-22sts = 4" on US 7-9
Weight/Yardage: 200g/656 yds
Care: Hand wash only, dry flat
Country Of Origin: Japan
A generous 200g ball of over 650 yards of stunning beauty, this color (Kamaishi) is my absolute favorite. We have a beautiful eyelet scarf kit made in Tsubame here.