Yeti - the noble version: Yak wool with mulberry silk

Finest yarns made from precious yak hair.

Quality Yeti | Character | soft touch and beautiful sheen, light as a feather, made of the finest yak hair spun with mulberry silk

Manufacturer | Material | Origin & Care | Seehawer Natural Fibers . 50% yak hair (Siberia), 50% mulberry silk (China) . recommended is hand wash with warm - not hot - water take and never soak longer than necessary; then rinse clearly, squeeze carefully - if in the washing machine, then turn inside out, not over 30 degrees (better cold), with a suitable (!) detergent and set a very low speed Note: Silk is one of the most stable textile materials, but by exposure to light it can become brittle and "shoot".

Production | spinning: location Germany, dyeing: the Yeti is from undyed raw yarns.

Sales unit | run length | needle size | skein of 100 g = 466 m on 100 g, needle size: firmly knitted with 2. The yarn is wonderful for lace work, loose loops, stoles and is then knitted with 5-6.

Consumption | Women's sweater (double knit) long sleeve size L = approx. 350 g, Men's sweater (double knit) long sleeve size L = approx. 450 g

And otherwise | certified according to ÖkoTex Standard 100, product class 1 (Institut Hohenstein, S07-0687), saliva resistant


© The stitches to happiness | Yeti Yak WoolThe name here is truly not program: although it is a completely natural and original product - but as noble and high quality as hardly any other.

Despite the valuable raw materials, the finished knits from the Yeti are affordable, because due to the long running length, the material consumption remains low for this yak yarn.

Yeti | Yak hair with mulberry silk | Seehawer natural fibers | © The Meshes to HappinessWe currently offer this soft precious hair yarn in natural white. Announced is also a silver-gray. This was obtained by spinning brown yak hair with white mulberry silk yarn.

The somewhat sportier, but also very noble variant can be found here: Yalana - Yak hair spun with lambswool. This yarn is also somewhat thicker with 300 m per 100 g.