The yak and cashmere fibers of mYak yarns are so lovely to feel slipping through your hands. I wanted to create a simple accessory that would allow knitters (especially those working with mYak for the first time) to enjoy the feel of the fabric as they work and not be overwhelmed by patterning. The diagonal lace motif is a modern geometrical play on the high mountains and low valleys of the Tibetan landscape. The intersecting lines have an asymmetry while you’re working the wrap, but the overall finished piece is perfectly balanced (Julie Hoover).
A geometric lace scarf
Lucca is a virtually weightless scarf that features a modern, minimal, geometric lace motif. The diagonal lines overlap to form shifting diamond patterns, creating an elegant accessory that can be worn just as easily over a summer dress as a winter coat. The lace pattern, which is easy to read and anticipate, is worked from charts that all level of lace knitters will find enjoyable.
Each kit contains the yarn you will need to complete your project, a digital download code for the pattern, a fun project bag, and a few surprises.
JOIN OUR SPRING KAL!
We are excited to announce our first ever mYak Knitalong (KAL). We think the Lucca scarf by Julie Hoover is the perfect project for this new adventure.The pattern is suitable for all knitting levels and intuitive enough that you can take it with you wherever you may go. Made with feather-light baby yak lace or Tibetan cashmere yarns, the scarf will surely become the thing you grab for again and again. We hope you will join us! The KAL will be run on both Instagram and Ravelry from April 1 to May 31. To find out more and participate, visit our Ravelry group here: https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/myak/3760209/1-25 or tag your Instagram photos with #luccascarfKAL. Participants will also have the chance to win a $50 mYak credit and a pattern from Julie Hoover Designs. We can’t wait to see your projects!