Baby Yak / Silk / ethically sourced superwash Merino
120g = 480 meters (522 yards)
Colourway: Petrichor - hand dyed avocado dyed base with deepest indigo, leafy green and hits of bright violet speckles. Shown with Beyul Ink and Islington L'heure Bleue.
A single Yak produces a mere 100g of down a year - one average skein of fingering weight yarn - making it a rare and precious fibre.
This soft fingering yarn is one ply of fibre, making it best suited to light use items that will not see a lot of abrasion like shawls and hats. Sold in huge 120 g / 480 m skeins, it is recommended for low-abrasion items as it is more delicate than plied Beyul and will pill as a result.
|A Bit About Yak Fibre
Cashmere production is creating huge environmental problems in Asia which are in turn negatively affecting the global climate. Beyul is my response to this problem - a yarn with many of the same luxurious properties as Cashmere but none of the nasty consequences. Read more...
Please note that the colour settings on your monitor may not display hues accurately and that as a hand-dyed product the colour intensity can very from skein to skein. Please email me directly before purchasing if you have any colour concerns. Thanks!