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  • Noro Asaginu

    A unique blend of linen and Japanese art paper (Washi), Asaginu is a perfect warm weather yarn. It feels a little stiff in the skein, but softens as you work with it, and especially after a good blocking. I use a steam blocking method.  See my YouTube review of this yarn where I steam block my swatch

    Perfectly happy at 22-24 stitches for an opaque summer top fabric, as well as at 16-18 stitches for a sheer layering fabric. Asaginu is a sophisticated fiber for those who appreciate its elegance and wearability. Deep rich colors for your wardrobe. I especially like these designs for Asaginu

    Watch the video review here


    FIBER CONTENT:  69% linen 30% Washi paper 1% polyamide

    YARDAGE:  153 yds / 140 m, per 40 g

    WEIGHT: sport/dk/ Worsted

    GAUGE:  21-24 sts = 4” on US 4-6 / 3.5-4.0mm

    CARE:  Manufacturer says dry clean

    ORIGIN:  Japan


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