Soft and Fine like Cashmere and Just as Rare

The fine underwool of these robust carrier animals with their long horns is not yet as common in the hand knitting industry. It is quite scarce as the yak farmers prefer to rent or use their animals to carry loads instead of combing them or collecting their wool from the bushes. In order to make the yarn affordable anyway, it is often mixed with other exclusive fibres like for example silk.

Be the first to learn about attractive reductions - first come, first serve!

We will also share with you free patterns, recommend interesting books around your favourite hobby and share useful videos with you. In order to never miss anything hot again, please subscribe here.

We use rapidmail to send our newsletters. With your registration you agree that the entered data will be transmitted to rapidmail. Please note their terms and conditions and data protection regulations .


ratepayInvoice paypal sepa cardCredit Card prepaymentPre payment


Follow us