Welcome to YAK - a destination for knitters.

YAK is the hub of the knitting and crochet community online and in Brighton. All things yarn and knitting are our forte and we are here to keep you up to date with the most beautiful hand dyed yarns, the latest patterns and the most exciting innovative tools on the market.
YAK has a thoughtfully sourced range of products all taken from ethically minded, independent companies. We are a champion of British suppliers and like to celebrate British mills and hand dyers from across the UK. Our products that come from further afield have been responsibly chosen for their innovative and luxurious qualities. So whether you want a hand dyed silk blend from Yorkshire, a soft merino from Devon or a traditional Shetland wool, we have something for everyone.
We aim to be an inspirational place for new and experienced knitters alike. We ship all over the world.

All of our products can be found via the drop down menus above. If you have any questions please go to our contact page and drop us a line, we would love to hear from you.

Welcome to YAK - a destination for knitters.

YAK is the hub of the knitting and crochet community online and in Brighton. All things yarn and knitting are our forte and we are here to keep you up to date with the most beautiful hand dyed yarns, the latest patterns and the most exciting innovative tools on the market.
YAK has a thoughtfully sourced range of products all taken from ethically minded, independent companies. We are a champion of British suppliers and like to celebrate British mills and hand dyers from across the UK. Our products that come from further afield have been responsibly chosen for their innovative and luxurious qualities. So whether you want a hand dyed silk blend from Yorkshire, a soft merino from Devon or a traditional Shetland wool, we have something for everyone.
We aim to be an inspirational place for new and experienced knitters alike. We ship all over the world.

All of our products can be found via the drop down menus above. If you have any questions please go to our contact page and drop us a line, we would love to hear from you.

Featured Products

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Summer Holiday Project – Kate’s Zinone

  The third and last summer knitting project this week comes from Kate. My summer holiday this year was in North Wales. Criccieth to be more exact. A really cute little town right on the coast. A cute little town right on the coast approximately 9 hours from my own cute little town right on Read the full article…

Pattern Round Up, July 2016, Summer

Pattern Round Up – July 2016

  Needless to say that with all the patterns released every day on Ravelry, we’re constantly spotting beautiful designs that we would love to cast on ASAP if only we were not already involved in several other projects.  However you, my dear reader, might be looking for something new to start, so we thought it Read the full article…

Book of Haps, Kate Davies, Montbretia, Carol Feller

Summer Holiday Project – Wendy’s Montbretia

Today in the second episode of our summer holidays trilogy, Wendy introduces us to her latest knitting project!   As a big fan of Ravelry I don’t tend to buy many knitting books. However, a quick flick through the new Kate Davies The Book of Haps had me standing at the till purse in hand! Along with Read the full article…

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Pots about Jersey Be Good

  Since we received the Jersey Be Good, there has been many of you asking what could be made with this interesting yarn. Due to its structure – the yarn is made of 3cm wide strips of jersey cotton – it offers a unique finish and works greatly with a wide array of designs, from home-wear, to accessories and Read the full article…

Beach Tank, Jess Schreibstein, Wool and The Gang, Shiny Happy Cotton, Naked Blue, Worsted, Aran, Malabrigo Lace, Emerald

Summer Holiday Project – Eugenie’s Beach Tank

  One of the best things about being surrounded by knitters all day is the inspiration you can get from watching their chosen projects come to life. From choosing a pattern, yarn, swatching and then finally casting on, the process can be lengthy but getting it right from the start means the rest will flow Read the full article…