Here is a top-down raglan knit in Noro "Kureyon". This is a good way to use self-striping yarns, as there is no matching of color bands necessary and it has a balanced final look.
Great use of Noro. Nothing drives me crazier to see mis-matched stripes. It offends me deeply. I could see myself making this raglan.
Absolutely beautiful color choice and your stitching is stunning! Well done.
What an awesome work of art, Eric. Hope you took time to pat yourslef on the back.
Eric, beautifully done. I admire your abilty. The Kureyon line of Noro is a favorite of mine...you matched the pattern with great confidence and a composed eye. I only recently learned that the Kureyon (Koo-ray-on) name was the transliteration of the English word crayon into Japanese! Your color choice exploits that quality well. Great choices, all around..
Very nice. My watch cap in natural colored Kureyon - ranging from gray to fawn/tan - always gets favorable comments.
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