Knitter's Review
March 22, 2007

Russian kale and Tibetan yak

What does the average knitter have in common with yak herders in the high Himalayas of Tibet?

Not much. But this week I introduce a company that hopes to change this. Shokay brings you yarn made of pure yak down from those very same Tibetan herders. It's a noble goal, but what's the yarn like? We find out.

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