mYak Tibetan Cloud + a giveaway!

mYak Tibetan Cloud + a giveaway!

Wow! We are so excited to welcome the newest mYak yarn to Loop! All of mYak’s yarns are exceptionally soft, with beautiful stories behind them. This week we’re sharing the story behind Tibetan Cloud, which launched a few days ago!

mYak Tibetian Cloud at Loop London
Beautiful colour palette with the Signe Sweater

mYak Tibetan Cloud is 100% Tibetan sheep wool, in a sport/light DK weight. The wool is very ethically sourced, and can be traced back to the flock. The wool itself comes exclusively from an ancient breed of sheep in Tibet. These wonderful sheep are free to roam over the grassland of the Tibetan Plateau, which is over 4,000 metres above sea level!

mYak Tibetan Cloud Sheep
Look at the beautiful sheep that Tibetan Cloud yarn comes from!

The wool from these ancient sheep has been used for centuries to weave incredible rugs and traditional clothing, as the wool was considered unsuitable for more refined uses.

However, thanks to a careful selecting and dehairing process, Tibetan Cloud is the result of using the softest and finest heart of the wool, creating a beautifully lightweight yarn that is super soft and bouncy – it really is like knitting with a cloud from the Tibetan sky. It is equally as pleasurable to wear!

mYak Tibetian Cloud at Loop London

The Tibetan Cloud yarn is closer in characteristics to baby yak or cashmere, rather than wool, as it is incredibly lightweight and warm.

As with mYak’s other beautiful yarns, the aim is to give the thousands of years old nomadic lifestyle an opportunity to prosper and thrive in modern times.

Loop is exceptionally proud to stock mYak. We are so happy we’re adding the Tibetan Cloud to our selection. We have 16 colours of Tibetan Cloud now online and in store! Pictured above are 9 of our favourite colours – but every one is so beautiful, it’s hard to pick favourites!

mYak Tibetian Cloud at Loop London
The Signe Sweater

The lovely jumper shown here in our photographs is the Signe Sweater by Marianne J. Bjerkman, in the colour Callicarpa for the main and Wild Daisy for the contrast colour in the yoke. We also added Isager Silk Mohair in Natural White and Au Ver A Soie Metallic Thread in pink to the colour work. This gorgeous sample was knitted by one of our talented Loopettes, Valerie!

Now for our giveaway news…

This week we have an amazing giveaway over on Instagram and here on the blog, which we are running with Paola of mYak – thank you Paola! We will be giving away not one but TWO sweater quantities of Tibetan Cloud! (One each to two different people, 5 skeins per sweater quantity.) The yarn will be in our favourite colour, Callicarpa, which we used for our Signe Sweater!

This giveaway is open to everyone, no matter where you live. If you are entering on Instagram, all you have to do is follow both Loop and mYak on Instagram, and repost Loop’s photo of the Tibetan Cloud using the hashtag LoopLovesTibetanCloud.

If you are entering here on the blog, all you need to do is leave a comment below.

The giveaway will close on Wednesday 23rd October (midnight GMT), and we will announce the winners here on the blog and on Instagram on Friday 25th October. We are running this giveaway for two weeks because it’s such a lovely one!

Good luck everyone! We hope you love the Tibetan Cloud as much as we do!

EDIT: This giveaway is now CLOSED.

mYak Tibetian Cloud at Loop London

One more wonderful thing…

This week we are also sharing a small piece from Susan, the owner of Loop; Susan was recently featured on the Evening Standard’s Progress 1000 list – a list of London’s most influential people! What a wonderful honour for Susan and her amazing shop!

“I woke up in the night in Kyoto to a friend messaging me that I was on the list of the “Progress 1000” – a list honouring what the Evening Standard Newspaper considers to be the most influential people in London.
To be on the same celebrated list as Phoebe Waller-Bridge, our Mayor Sadiq Khan and the amazing guys of Led by Donkeys is mind blowing for me and a real privilege. Truly astonishing, and I feel so incredibly proud about it. Me and my wool shop – who would figure?! I hope that part of including me on this list was paying homage to the part Loop has played in fostering community through craft and textiles. In celebrating beauty, in helping other women and small businesses build their own kind of vision and seeing the best in others – seeking out other talented people and helping them do what they do best, standing on our shoulders to move forward in their own direction.”

The full post about this can be seen on the Loop Instagram page.

All photographs copyright of Susan Cropper and Kristen Peres, except sheep photograph which is copyright of mYak.

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317 Comments on “mYak Tibetan Cloud + a giveaway!

  1. I can’t find anything on the way to participate in the giveaway via the blog. My instagram account is private, so that is not an option.

    I love the mYak Tibetan cloud, that is a certain thing!

    • Hi there.
      You’re completely right and we made a mistake with the terms as we did want to offer a winner both here on our blog and on IG. We’re going to change the copy right away.

    • This is so delightful that you write about this, I’ve always wanted to knit with this yarn, so far it’s on my list. The sweater you show is beautiful! So happy I get your wonder newsletter which is always a delight.
      Thank you

    • What a truly beautiful array of colour to delve into. I would love to be included in the chance to be so lucky to be able to cast on with pure luxury simply exquisite ❤️

    • Hi,

      Not sure I am leaving my comment in the right place, but would love to be included in your mYak giveaway competition.

      ” 25th of October is my birthday, I am a ‘wanna be’ fabulous knitter, I love it, it is so cathartic & incredibly rewarding to watch a piece grow. So far I have not been brave enough to buy a sweater quantity of beautiful yarn to tackle a project like this one, however, I would dearly love too. I am totally addicted to the beauty of fibre and the wonderful, touchable, shareable creations it leads us too. I love your blog, I have shared it with my crafty friends and we save it up to sit with, in a quiet moment and dream about a time in our lives when we will have the time to just sit and knit. Congratulations on your inclustion in the ‘hottest 1000’, all power to handicrafts and time honoured creating.”
      Thanks Tanya

    • The clouds of this yarn are fabulous. I would so love to win some if the callicarpa. Dusky pink is one of my favorites too.

  2. I was waiting for the blog participation too as I have changed the way I use Instagram. I have been with Loop and mYak and was waiting for this Tibetan Cloud but don’t feel comfortable with Instagram for this.
    I would post a finished sweater knit in this luxury wool, if only blog entries were eligible as promised

    • Hi there.
      You’re completely right and we made a mistake with the terms as we did want to offer a winner both here on our blog and on IG. We’re going to change the copy right away.

  3. All the mYak yarns are so gorgeous but budget means it’s not an option for me at the moment. So it’s such a shame the giveaway is only open to people who use Instagram. Given the ethical credentials of the yarn, it would be great to have an ethical (i.e. non-Facebook related) way of entering giveaways.

  4. I’m sad about the blog post entry opportunity not being here too. I also have a private Instagram account. I know these contests are really about marketing, but it still seems unfair that you have to give up your privacy to potentially win some amazing yarn.

  5. When did it become an Instagram only entry was the norm here? I have a private Ig account and have actually stopped using it for a year… I have been a keen and loving customer of Loop for a very long time and always will be I’d imagine… what a shame that only Instagram users can participate! From Loop, it surprises and saddens me.
    I’d suggest one of the incredible prizes should go to each platform.

    If you aren’t on Instagram you don’t exist!?! Arghhhhh

    • Hi there. You’re right and it was a misunderstanding when writing the final post when I am away in Japan so could not see the final copy.
      You’re completely right and we made a mistake with the terms as we did want to offer a winner both here on our blog and on IG. We’re going to change the copy right away so there is also a blog winner.

  6. What a fabulous Giveaway the Tibetan Cloud it looks & sounds Devine :)…and so lovely to know it’s a quantity to cover plus size like myself I’ve become more aware of the importance of plus size since I’ve been unwell and taking high dose steroids So thank you for your awareness

  7. How can “This giveaway is open to everyone, no matter where you live.” and require an Instagram account? I don’t have an Instagram account and do not plan to acquire one.

    The yarn does look lovely, though!

    • Hello, we made a mistake and the giveaway is also available here on the blog. We have now changed the copy. So sorry about this. Your comment will be counted in the giveaway!

  8. Hello
    Thank you for the giveaway ! I would be very very happy to try this yarn! I love the concept of myak wool. I would love to visit your shop one day

  9. I would love to knit with this yarn and I love the fact that you are giving away the same color as in the sample, which is also beautiful. This is such a generous giveaway! Thank you very much.

  10. This Tibetan Cloud yarn sounds purely divine! I’d love simply to touch it, and knitting with it seems as if it is a dream! The colors are swoon-worthy.

  11. First, congratulations Susan! You certainly a London influencer, Loop is a destination shop, people from all over the world come to Loop!
    Second, a sweater quantity of a cloud, Life is good! Thank you!

  12. I would love to have a chance of winning this beatiful yarn too! If won I would use it to knit a sweater for my daughter. This colour would be perfect.

  13. Such gorgeous colours, they all look like they would make such cozy sweaters!
    Can’t wait until I next visit London so I can stop by Loop again…

  14. It’s such a gorgeous yarn. I was in Loop yesterday and I’m sure I saw one of the staff wearing that lovely sweater made in it! Again I too would love a sweaters quantity in it! Be fab to wear while walking the dogs!

  15. Fantastic news not only about your personal achievement Susan but that quality yarn and creativity are being more widely acknowledged in lists such as this. I would love to be entered for your giveaway. I live in the Marches in Shropshire but my daughter – a newly qualified teacher in the big city – gave me a Loop voucher for Christmas last year so I am now ‘Smitten from a distance’. Long may you continue to thrive.

  16. As this kind of yarn normally is out of my financial possibilites, I’d love to get lucky this way :-) Breed specific, ethically sourced – and in this dreamy rose color….. it sounds lovely !

  17. Beautiful yarn and wonderful that a sustainable approach is used to help the nomadic people of Tibet and hopefully will help to ensure that this is not another breed that sadly disappears.

  18. The colour and the pattern work extremely well together. I am sure it will be lovely to knit with and what an appropriate name for something from Tibet.

  19. I would love the opportunity to knit with this wool. I’m sure it will knit up beautifully and the end result will be amazing

  20. The lovely old-fashioned rose pink colour of the jumper makes my heart sing. It reminds me of Mum. But of course she would call it ‘dusty rose pink’. It’s truly gorgeous!

  21. I love viewing your shop from afar. It is one on my favorites, yet I’ve never visited. I would love to try the new mYak yarn. It looks luscious.

  22. Those colours are beautiful and I am sure they will keep me nice and warm when I am out walking.
    Thank you for the opportunity.

  23. The yarn looks absolutely wonderful and I agree all the colours are gorgeous. I’ve committed to knitting more sweaters next year so a sweater quantity would help me fulfill my goals.

  24. Wonderful competition. To all who have collaborated on this gorgeous sweater I thank you. I would love to win one. Many Congratulations to you Susan, very well deserved. Loop is a fab hub

  25. Thanks for including entries in response to the blog for your giveaway. I would love to win some of this wonderful yarn as knitting a sweater is my favourite choice of knitting project

  26. I have not come across MYak yarns before but they sound truly wonderful and the colours are gorgeous. I look forward very much to coming to the shop to feel for myself.

  27. Tibetan Cloud sounds so soft and dreamy and I know I’d be walking on air wearing a garment knitted in this exceptional yarn

  28. Such beautiful yarn, and gorgeous colors! I would be thrilled to win your prize!!
    Interestingly, the name of our local yarn store is “Loops”!
    I would love to visit your store someday. London is calling me….!!

  29. Well I know winning this beautiful yarn is a long shot, but worth the shot. Thanks for the opportunity. Love your blog and your website.

  30. Love your little shop. Living in Luxembourg I don’t travel to London often but I always try to drop in when I am in London and I never leave empty handed

  31. All the colours look so soft and cozy, as well as your photography in general. I am in Canada but hope to one day make it to visit Loop in person!

  32. What a lovely yarn. And the sweater is also amazing. Here from Spain with all my proud to follow you, always nice and charm. Always innovation!
    Best for you dear loop

  33. It is wonderful to think that I would be contributing to the income of the peoples from Tibet that look after and shear and spin this ancient breed of sheep.

  34. I love hearing about new yarns, especially those like Tibetan Cloud that do good.

    The colors are beautiful and kindly accept this as my e try for your most generous giveaway.

  35. Love the colour you’ve chosen for the giveaways!
    I would definitely like to knit a sweater from this fabulous Tibetan yarn.

  36. I love what this company is doing to preserve the culture, the animals, and the people of this region. Hopefully they are inspiring others to do the same. I would love to be entered into the giveaway. Thank you.

  37. Thank you for the generous give away. I would love to knit with the Tibetan Cloud. It is snowing here today in Minesota so would be especially welcome.

  38. This is a wonderful giveaway, for a yarn company I’ve admired afar for quite a while now but cannot afford to buy. The colours are both elegant and vibrant at the same time, and I would the ethical nature in which the yarns are made. Would be an absolute dream to win this!

  39. What a lovely sweater – and the colours of the yarn are amazing. I would love to win some of it. Love that it is possible to enter the competition eventhoigh I do not live in the UK.

  40. What a wonderful giveaway and the opportunity to work with this lovely yarn. Thank you. Such lovely colours too. My fingers are crossed. :) xx

  41. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!! The sheep are so cute and the yarn looks absolutely beautiful!!! I would LOVE to win!!

  42. Love your shop and everything I’ve bought from you.
    Can’t wait to try the new yak yarn as the colours are beautiful.

  43. This sweater is beautiful and I would live to be given the opportunity to knit this wonderful yarn. I enter this great giveaway and cross my fingers! Loop is certainly one of the best yarn provider in London!

  44. That‘s all so gorgeous: the beautiful yarn in these lovely colours and the generous giveaway! Would love to win one of the sweater quantities. <3

  45. Wow – the mYak Tibetan Cloud yarn is beautiful and so is the Signe sweater …what an amazing giveaway.
    Huge congratulations to Susan for being included in the Evening Standard’s list ,a well deserved honour xx

  46. This yarn looks beautiful and I am crossing my fingers and toes that I win the giveaway!!! Beautiful colours and a lovely design that it has been knitted up into.

  47. Thank both of you, Loop and mYak, so much for this wonderful giveaway! This yarn is so beautiful and will become a great cardigan or sweater. Have a wonderful weekend!

  48. I love both the myak cashmere and the silk/baby yak yarns therefore Tibetan Cloud will be just as wonderful.
    Please, please can I win?

  49. A beautiful yarn deserves to be knitted with joy. Whilst I hope I win, I wish good luck to all and much joy in the knitting as well.

  50. A beautiful pattern I have been wanting to knit for a long time, I am not a very experienced knitter but would love to give this pattern a try. After visiting Loop London I have become a knitting addict!

  51. I would absolutely love to try the Tibetan Cloud. It sounds like a dream – soft, light, warm, similar to cashmere. And the colours are gorgeous – the happy shade of Calendula caught my eye first, then Salva Argentea with its soft green-grey hues. Your Signe sweater looks beautiful, too, I guess it’s knitted in Callicarpa.
    I have never tried any mYak yarns and as much as I love luxury fibres I have to be on a knitting budget, sadly. To win a sweater quantity of this heavenly yarn would simply be a dream!

  52. The yarn and the pattern look stunning. I am sure the knitted jumper would be a joy to wear and would brighten up the Winter months ahead. Thank you for the chance to enter this giveaway.

  53. What a fabulous giveaway here’s hoping. And thrilled to have found your blog, website and helpful ‘tutorials’. Congrats to Susan what an honor and love her reasoning for why she thinks it was awarded to her!!

  54. The yarn looks absolutely yummy. Would love to be entered in the giveaway. The sheep breed looks really interesting! I raise Shetland sheep so am interested to the large variation between the more primitive sheep.

  55. The north of England, where I live, has many different breeds of sheep, amazing sheep farmers and talented fibre craftspeople. Tibetan Cloud, however, looks very special, and I would love to win some. Thanks also for putting this giveaway on your blog; I am a social-media avoider, so usually miss out on such things.

  56. What beautiful yarn!! I live in California but had the chance to visit your store last year- it is a gem. I love it. Wish it was my LYS!

  57. Oww such an amazing giveaway and the tibetan cloud looks so dreamy and wonderful! Just like the amazimg news you got in Japan!
    Yay!! Thanks for all the great work that you would!

  58. Now that’s a sweater that would make you look forward to winter…yaks don’t notice the cold and wet do they?
    What a generous giveaway!
    And congrats Susan!! With all those eyes on you, there’s going to be a swell in knitters this year!!

  59. Thank you, Loop, for this lovely opportunity. I’ll be visiting your shop for the first time later this year and can’t wait to see it!

  60. I’m so excited to knit the Signe sweater with this glorious yarn: you’ve inspired me to knit my first jumper: thank you!

  61. You can tell just by looking at the photo on your blog, how soft this yarn is. I would love to win a sweater quantity of this.

  62. mYak looks absolutely gorgeous and can’t wait to knit a sweater with it – just hope I get chosen needles crossed!

  63. Obviously Susan is one of the most influential people in London. It goes without saying. Oh and the yarn is fabulous.

  64. This yarn looks amazing and the sweater is just dreamy in those gorgeous colours. I can’t wait to visit the shop and give it a squish!

  65. I’d be on Tibetan cloud 9 and looping the loop if I was the lucky winner of 5 skeins of Callicarpa. mYak’s beautiful yarn is a delight and looks a perfect match for the Signe sweater pattern. Happy sheep, happy knitters and a great prize offering – what’s not to love.
    Anne

  66. Floating like a Tibetan cloud –
    How can such pleasure be allowed?!
    Knitting with a yarn like this
    Is surely close to paradise…

  67. Thank you for the opportunity to try this yarn. It’s an incredible story. To think of where it comes from and it’s history will make anything made from it all the more special.

  68. Such a beautiful cozy sweater. The yarn does truly look like spun clouds. It would be such a thrill to win and make a sweater in this beautiful yarn.

  69. Hello all at loop, this yarn sounds so amazing – hope there is some in the shop when I visit in November. I have always wanted to visit Loop and now is my chance when I visit my London based daughter. Can’t wait. Thanks for the opportunity to win this gorgeous looking yarn!

  70. This yarn looks amazing especially in the beautiful sweater!! Would love to have some in my hands!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  71. I would absolutely love to win a sweater’s worth of this absolutely beautiful yarn. I finished my Blink for which I bought the yarn from you earlier this year and if I’m not lucky enough to win will have to start another Blink with yarn from my stash!!! Just love your shop xxx

  72. This looks so lovely. I’d be thrilled to win this generous giveaway. I live in California but I have visited your charming store a couple of times when visiting London.

  73. I left a comment earlier today but don’t see it posted. Just hoping it didn’t get lost somehow! I would love to be included in your very generous giveaway. Such beautiful yarn, and it would certainly make a very special sweater. Someone has a wonderful treat in store for them! Good luck to all!

  74. After a challenging few years, Just getting my knitting mojo back and beginning to get excited about possible projects to begin. This wool and sweater pattern certainly ticks that box! Absolutely beautiful!

  75. Wow, what an amazing giveaway. Love the photo of the sheep & their story and of course the beautiful skeins as well. The calendula one is calling me. :)

  76. I love mYak yarns so much. Absolute luxury. Would love to have a chance to try out Tibetan Cloud and have a beautiful project to work on this autumn.

  77. How wonderful that we can enter wherever we live and I’d love to try this beautiful yarn. My trip to Loop when I was in London last year was one of my highlights.

  78. Wow what beautiful colours! Would I choose the blue and mustard comb8that is in fashion at the moment or go for something more subtle. The sage green and cream would look lovely together! Too much choice!

  79. What beautiful yarn The color choices are all gorgeous. Thank you for the opportunity and a sweaters quantity – how generous And congratulations on making the influential list – well deserved!

  80. I do have an IG account but I must be too old / technologically non-savvy as I don’t really get how to use it!!
    Would love to make that sweater though, so please put my name in the hat!

  81. Please may I add my name to those hoping to win one of those gorgeous Tibetan sheep in your kind giveaway? On second thoughts I think our flat might not be a congenial home for such a high-roaming animal as we are at ground floor level.
    Perhaps I will just have to keep fingers crossed in the hope of being a lucky possessor of some of that truly covetable yarn ……..

  82. You understandably have so many followers but I guess you have to be in it to win it!
    The Tibetan Cloud looks and sounds lovely. I’d love to try this pattern and wool. I’ve made a couple of your Roulade scarves and was more than happy with those. I need to make it to your shop. It’s definitely on my to do list. Is there any chance of you making it to Unravel in Farnham? Do you know of The Little Grey Sheep? They are the farm local to me producing their own gorgeous yarn.
    Fingers crossed for the competition.

  83. Morning girls, I would love to be considered for a gift of the beautiful mYak yarn. I am a creative & knit simple designed little French cardigans & jumpers. I can envisage knitting with this softest of softest yarn, no matter what the season, down under (Aussie)…& happy to promote Loop & mYak.

  84. The arrival of Loop emails and Instagram pictures are such a joy as I don’t have a shop like yours locally. The ethical provinence of this wool along your description of its qualities make it sound like a dream – please enter me in the competition

  85. Both pattern and yarn look gorgeous. I would love the opportunity to win this lovely prize. I’m ready for a new project

  86. Thank both of you, Loop and mYak, so much for this wonderful giveaway! This yarn is so beautiful and will become a great cardigan or sweater. Have a wonderful weekend!

  87. I got a chance to try Tibetan Cloud and immediately fell in love with this yarn! Would be madly happy to knit sweater with this yarn! Thank you so much for this opportunity!)

  88. Good afternoon, I am so pleased that we can enter here. I have Instagram but cannot p
    Figure out how to repost properly. I screen shot it and then posted with a hashtag……also to alert all my insta friends who would love the chance for this wool. I will get to visit one day……but love your posts and have used some of your patterns.
    Regards
    Peta Cowan

  89. Hello Loop – so glad I found you. Thank you for making us aware that yarn makers like mYak exist and for giving us the opportunity of using them.

  90. I did enter this on Instagram and then realised that my account is private … so am entering here! Love Loop and definitely love Myak ❤️

  91. I keep sending London friends to your shop, and get great feedback. I would love the chance to try this yarn, the colours are so serene.

  92. The Signe Sweater went straight into my Ravelry when it came up on my home page that I may like this – like – it’s absolutely gorgeous. The colours of the Tibetan Cloud are beautiful. Fingers crossed.

  93. How wonderful that followers at the bottom of the world can participate in this giveaway.
    The wool looks lovely and I would love to attempt the pattern you have made with it. My older daughter has put in a request for a pulled jumper like this. Thank you

  94. Stunning colours and another great yarn with a history that you stock. Loop has always been a superb flagship- not at all surprised that Susan has been honoured!!

  95. What a beautiful yarn. The colours are glorious. Looking forward to visiting your shop soon to see it in person.

  96. Hi, what a generous giveaway!
    Thanks! I’ll take my chance to participate:) My name is Christina and let’s see if I’ll be lucky :))
    Bests,

  97. An armful of Tibetan Cloud —just as beautiful as a bouquet of flowers. Luscious colors. Would love to win & knit up my very own Tibetan Cloud sweater. Thanks for the opportunity.

  98. Tibetan Clouds must be so incredibly high and soft and full of shades reflecting the holy mountains… if I try to imagine this new gorgeous yarn to my fingers touch, in its name and colours, I can find something really really good, nearly happiness.
    And if I will not win, next time I’ll be in London to my favourite place I will catch a Tibetan Cloud all for me!
    Thank you!

  99. What pretty wool – thanks for the opportunity to win such a generous prize. Looking forward to visiting your store in a couple of weeks!

  100. This is the most beautiful sweater I’ve seen in a long while. I’d love the opportunity to work with such special yarn! Thanks for showing what it’s possible to create, especially bringing mohair into the colour work.

  101. Am loving the variety of yarns your store carries. The MYak Tibetan Cloud sounds lovely and in beautiful, natural colours too. Would love the chance to knit with it. Thank you for this giveaway.

  102. I would love to win this, not least because I’ve a small fracture of my ankle, am hobbling around in a moonboot and can’t drive for 6 weeks. I live in the wilds of Essex, so am quite isolated at present. A sweaters worth of this glorious yarn would help while away the time.

  103. Oh my, if wishes come true … to knit once with such a beautiful and luxurious yarn. Thanks Loop and mYak for the chance to win this giveaway.

  104. This is a very generous giveaway and I’d love to be able to use such a fabulous yarn. But if I don’t win, I’ll be stopping by the shop to buy some.

  105. This yarn sounds so dreamy! I’ve recently gone back to school and am needing to have a relaxing project on the go :)

  106. Such a generous giveaway the yarn looks so lovely it would be a joy to work with . I shall be visiting the shop next month

  107. Thank you for opening this giveaway entry to a platform other than Instagram! I appreciate the option as this yarn and pattern look spectacular! Loop is my dream destination in London next time I am able to visit the UK

  108. Beautiful yarn! I’m working on a sweater right now in Myak and it is so lovely to work with! Thank you for the chance to win their new yarn!

  109. Beautiful yarn, a gorgeous sweater, and amazing achievement for Susan! Thank you for the giveaway. I would be so overjoyed to win but will work on a Tibetan zen state of desire ;)

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