Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Discover Anzula Luxury Fibers

Now that Labor Day is over and summer has unofficially ended Knitting Season has officially commenced! Celebrate this change of seasons by knitting a new pair of socks or a special scarf with a yarn from my new line, Anzula Luxury Fibers.

Anzula is an independent American yarn dying company from Fresno, CA. They specialize in creating luxurious yarns crafted of the finest fleeces available, yarns that are a pleasure to create with and wear next to your skin. They hand dye each skein in sophisticated semi solid colors. These nearly solid shades are rich and the warm and cool palettes are perfect for knitting and crocheting garments and accessories for men and women.

I'm proud to bring you their very special Lace and two of their sock yarns.

Wash My Lace Candied Apple

Anzula's Wash My Lace comes in a generous 990 yard skein of 100% Superwash Merino Wool! Imagine the beautiful lace projects you'll create with it, and the ends you won't have to weave in! And Gardiner Yarn Work's Ivy Wrap would be a perfect pattern to knit in Wash My Lace.

Wash My Lace Mauve

Cloud Coco

Its the touch of Cashmere that sets Anzula's Cloud apart from other sock yarns. This amazingly soft yarn is crafted of 80% Superwash Merino, 10% Cashmere and 10% Nylon with a generous put up of 575 yards! Imagine wearing the socks you create with it, or a lusciously soft scarf slipped around your neck. And with the sophisticated colors and generous yardage, with one skein you can easily knit a pair of socks for a man or woman!
Cloud Plum
Cloud Terra Cotta
Sebastian Poppy

Fingering weight Sebastian is a soft and squishy blend of 70% Superwash Merino with 30% Sea Cell. Sea Cell adds shine, strength and luster thus creating a fabric with an amazing drape and sheen. The exceptional colors are beautiful with the touch of shimmer the sea cell adds and work wonderfully for socks, but you'll also want to use Sebastian to knit and crochet shawls, sweaters and more. You'll adore the look and feel of each garment.

Both Cloud and Sebastian would work beautifully for Gardiner Yarn Works' Tangled Vine Socks or Boomerang Lace Scarf.

Sebastian Avocado

And during Sept. you'll still get Free Yarn with a $50 Purchase. Brands such as Lorna’s Laces, Karabella, Berroco and others are included and retail value can be up to $34.

$50 = 1 Free Skein
$100 = 2 Free Skeins
$150 = 3 Free Skeins
$200 = 4 Free Skeins
and on and on…

To qualify your order has to total $50 before tax and shipping, and a shipping fee charged. While supplies last, yarns and colors will be selected for you.

No comments: