I've written in the past about how I am a little leery of Noro yarn. When I first saw it, I didn't really understand the fascination. I decided I should knit with it before drawing any conclusions and started these socks:
I began to understand the wonder of Noro yarn, but still wasn't ready to fill my stash wall with it.
When looking for ideas for weaving projects online, many of my favorites happened to be made with Noro yarn. With as quick as weaving projects go, I figured I could try it out in a woven garment. Despite being advised against it, I decided to warp my loom with Noro Sekku, a lace weight yarn.
Warping the loom was amazing. Colors started unfolding before my eyes, I never knew what to expect next.
I started weaving- it clicked. I finally understood the beauty of Noro yarn.
Warp and Weft: Noro Sekku in Red, Green, Purple
Done on my Schacht Cricket Rigid Heddle Loom