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Masaki Yarns

Masaki Yarns

Masaki Aya

Masaki Aya

Aya is pure luxury: lamé, fine mohair, silk and wool threads are combined to create this beautiful yarn. Perfect for accessories and embellishments with a little glitter.

25 grams / 30 yards / 40% wool, 35% mohair, 23% silk, 2% polyester / US 10½ - 13 (7 - 9 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan

Masaki Kokedama

Masaki Kokedama

Kokedama is a fluffy, lightweight blend of alpaca and wool with a subtle melange effect, suitable for all techniques. One skein is enough for a hat and four skeins enough for a scarf.

40 grams / 122 yards / 30% wool, 30% polyacryl, 25% alpaca, 15% nylon / US 7 - 9 (4.5 - 5.5 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan
Masaki Konpeito

Masaki Konpeito

Konpeito is a fine merino wool. Up to 10 colors are twisted together in different color combinations, resulting in an unusual mouliné yarn.

40 grams / 72 yards / 100% wool / US 8 - 10 (5 - 6 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan
Masaki Lemongrass

Masaki Lemongrass

Lemongrass is a paper yarn with two contrasting faces: a shiny surface and a matte surface. The yarn is suitable for light summer knits and experimental design in combination with other yarns.


30 grams / 262 yards / 55% polyacryl, 39% paper, 6% nylon / US 1 - 6 (2 - 4 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan

Masaki Miyabi

Masaki Miyabi

Miyabi translates to "opulent elegance." Multicolored ribbons, silk, mohair and wool bouclé form a complex thread. The unusual character of Miyabi is emphasized best when knitted in combination with plain yarns.

35 grams / 43 yards / 50% wool, 34% nylon, 10% mohair, 6% silk / US 10½ - 13  (7 - 9 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan
Masaki Nagomi

Masaki Nagomi

Nagomi consists of silk tweed and wool bouclé plyed to create a subtle color gradient in muted natural shades. The knitted surface is reminiscent of tree bark or stone structures.

25 grams / 27 yards / 68% wool, 28% silk, 4% nylon / US 10 - 11  (6 - 8 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan
Masaki Parsley

Masaki Parsley

Parsley is a special cotton chenille yarn with short threads worked into the twisted core at large intervals. The result is a fancy fringe effect which is great in combination with other yarns.

30 grams / 88 yards / 100% cotton / variable gauge and needle size / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan
Masaki Tama

Masaki Tama

Tama combines Aya with a multicolored nep yarn with big knobs. The result is the look of a blooming meadow, most effective when knitted loosely.

25 grams / 16 yards / 44% nylon, 18% wool, 16% mohair, 11% silk, 11% polyester / US 15 (10 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan
Masaki Tsuyu

Masaki Tsuyu

Tsuyu is a thin chenille yarn twisted with a fine, mulitcolored nep yarn. Nice effects are achieved in combination with Kokedama and other yarns. Worked solely, it produces a velvety background speckled with colored dots.

25 grams / 63 yards / 56% polyester, 22% nylon, 22% rayon / US 6 - 10 (4 - 6 mm) / hand wash / lay flat to dry / spun in Japan