Thursday, February 9, 2012

The wonderful world of Noro color.

Next week's Spotlight newsletter will feature the magnificent yarns by Eisaku Noro, one of the world's most renowned fiber colorists. Using primarily hand-made processes to create his yarns, he has engineered a production process that minimizes energy consumption and is gentle on the environment. That's because it was the earth and the beauty of nature that first inspired him.

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Sandy said...

Popping round to say hi, hope things are going well for you. Love that yarn....fabulous colors. Rounding today from Bridge and Beyond to say hi to all the special people who've donated.

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Sandy said...

I'm out and about blog visiting today from Bridge and Beyond. It's a New Year, 2013 and we've got lots of new things going on. Please hop over for a visit, spend some time, leave comments. That helps the blog you know. AND catch up on all the new information. Did you know we're not just knitters and crocheters anymore? Do you Quilt? Did you know we have a Facebook Group now? AND there's more. See you soon.

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Sandy said...

Popping round to everyone on the blog list that's donated to let you know Bridge and Beyond is involved in a blogging challenge for the month of April. Would love you to visit, to read, to comment...that's all part of the challenge. Thank you for support. Even if you're not currently knitting or crocheting, or looming, the visits, reading, and commenting are helpful and appreciated.

Sandy at Bridge and Beyond