Touch of Yak Yarn

SKU: 679-105

$6.99 $13.99
Joining Lion Brand’s Touch of Luxe collection, this blend of 90% acrylic and 10% yak is 100% machine washable, making this luxury fiber convenient for everyday use. Yak fiber is as soft and warm as cashmere, with wonderful drape. Whip up luxurious shawls and cowls, cozy blankets, and sophisticated garments with this versatile CYC #4 weight yarn.
Color: Aero [679-105] Medium blue-grey
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Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
16 sc x 19 r on I-9 (5.5 mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
19 sts x 24 r on #8 (5 mm)
Length (yd)
219
Length (m)
200
Weight (oz)
3.5
Weight (g)
100
Fiber
Acrylic, Yak
Fiber Detail
90% Acrylic, 10% Yak
Care
Machine Wash & Lay Flat to Dry

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Beautiful yarn

Initially ordered a small quantity for a cowl, loved the yarn so I ordered sweater quantity of it. It knits up so nicely.

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Nancy Stender
Project pending

I love the feel of this yarn but was unable to secure a pattern. I was unable to download the one that supposedly came with the kit. I purchased eight skeins for a specific job but was told via email that a pattern did not come with the purchase.

Hello Nancy - apologies if you weren't able to get your pattern! If you recall the name of the kit or pattern you were trying to order please contact us at support@lionbrand.com for help retrieving the pattern.

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Hanne Olsen
Lovel!

This is a lovely soft delightful yarn. It is a good price point for yak yarn. I’ve only swatched so far but the drape looks like it will wonderful for a positive ease sweater.

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Carla K
Quality Yarn

I've tried yak yarn at yarn festivals and loved it, but it's way out of my price range. When I first saw Touch of Yak, I needed to try it. It's a little pricey but well worth it; it's solid and soft and I have no doubt that when I make a sweater with it, it'll be my favorite sweater. I wish there were more colors but for now, these are a good start. Try it; you'll love it!

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April Moore
Yak yarn!

This yarn is SO soft and delightful, now I want to pet one. My only issue is somehow the ends knotted in the center of the ball and I don't know what is what, it's a huge frustrating mess.

Hi April - the biggest tip for finding the center pull is to make sure the outside end (which is usually tucked in one of the ends) has been pulled out and wrapped around the outside of the ball. If you leave it be, it tends to tangle up in the center and cause a big mess, much like what you experienced.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
G
G
Beautiful yarn

Initially ordered a small quantity for a cowl, loved the yarn so I ordered sweater quantity of it. It knits up so nicely.

N
Nancy Stender
Project pending

I love the feel of this yarn but was unable to secure a pattern. I was unable to download the one that supposedly came with the kit. I purchased eight skeins for a specific job but was told via email that a pattern did not come with the purchase.

Hello Nancy - apologies if you weren't able to get your pattern! If you recall the name of the kit or pattern you were trying to order please contact us at support@lionbrand.com for help retrieving the pattern.

H
Hanne Olsen
Lovel!

This is a lovely soft delightful yarn. It is a good price point for yak yarn. I’ve only swatched so far but the drape looks like it will wonderful for a positive ease sweater.

C
Carla K
Quality Yarn

I've tried yak yarn at yarn festivals and loved it, but it's way out of my price range. When I first saw Touch of Yak, I needed to try it. It's a little pricey but well worth it; it's solid and soft and I have no doubt that when I make a sweater with it, it'll be my favorite sweater. I wish there were more colors but for now, these are a good start. Try it; you'll love it!

A
April Moore
Yak yarn!

This yarn is SO soft and delightful, now I want to pet one. My only issue is somehow the ends knotted in the center of the ball and I don't know what is what, it's a huge frustrating mess.

Hi April - the biggest tip for finding the center pull is to make sure the outside end (which is usually tucked in one of the ends) has been pulled out and wrapped around the outside of the ball. If you leave it be, it tends to tangle up in the center and cause a big mess, much like what you experienced.