I often read humorous e-mails and Instagram comments about how I'm an "evil temptress" and similar to a "drug dealer" because I find such addictively awesome goods (and I understand that all these comments are in good fun- I love it!). And I'm here to tell you that it goes both ways. Yes, you may come back again and again because you love your craft and the yarn we find to feed your passion, but I too get snagged in the yarn net on a regular basis. And this is why you'll see oh-so-much Zen Yarn Garden in the shop right now.
We usually carry just one Zen base, cashmere blend Serenity 20. But on a recent visit from one of my fave people (we'll call her Joan because, hey, that's her name) I was introduced to the new bases from Neville and his team in Canada. And my whole crew and I sat there and ordered an insane amount of new yarn and colors. We just couldn't stop.
Shown below in Superfine Fingering color Chuffed
You may not have purchased Zen Yarn Garden from us yet because Serenity 20 is definitely on the luxurious side of fiber goods and has the matching price tag. But if price is the limiting factor in your yarn choice, Superfine Fingering is a wonderful new option for you. Not only is it comprised of the softest merino around, but it's dyed in all the fab colors that Zen has to offer... and it's price is just $24 instead of the $33 of Serenity 20.
Shown below in Superfine Fingering color Chuffed Splatter
And if you want a little bling with your yarn, I have Superfine Glitter for $28 a skein. The same super soft merino from Superfine Fingering with just enough glitter to make your project a stand out. Consider a two color project choosing one skein of Superfine Fingering and one skein of Superfine Glitter.
One of the cool things about the new color releases are that many of them have coordinating splatter options. For instance, on Superfine Glitter the color Bombyx above and Bombyx Splatter below. Can you just imagine the possibilities for two colors scarves and shawls?! Eeeep! Excitement!