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Windy Valley Muskox

Windy Valley MuskoxWindy Valley Muskox, is a family owned business, specializing in providing only the finest luxury yarns and fibers for the most discriminating taste. Whether it’s rare qiviut from the ancient muskox, fine alpaca yarn or any of our other beautiful fibers, you can be assured that you have selected the very best, highest-quality yarn to create an extraordinary gift or to enjoy for yourself.


Windy Valley’s specialty yarns and natural fibers are available in a stunning array of natural and unique dyed colors.  Our longtime customers love us for our exotic fibers, such as qiviut, vicuna, and guanaco.  Many are surprised to learn we also carry gorgeous versions of more familiar yarns, like fine merino and pima cotton.



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Simply Elegant Vest

Qiviut Shrug



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I'd like to make the Qiviut Shrug, but in the instructions it says to CO 2 sts and work in patt, inc 1 st at the beg of k rows. I read through the entire instructions and found no 'pattern' to follow. There is instructions for 'short row shaping', 'alternate ribbing stitch' and 'bell edging'. Please advise.


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