We also received the new Kettle Dyed version of the same yarn, which is tonally variegated. There's only one color in each colorway, but that color is darker in some spots and brighter in others, giving it some texture. While the solid Worsted Merino Superwash yarn comes in 218 yard skeins, its Kettle Dyed cousin offers a whopping 436 yards per skein.
We also replenished our supply of Plymouth's Trabajos Del Peru, an aran weight single ply yarn which comes in semi-solid and multi-color variegated colorways. It's made to be hand-washed rather than machine-washed, but don't let that intimidate you if soft, fuzzy, slightly thick-and-thin yarn is right up your alley.
A little out of the way, in that bottom cubby, but worth finding. As for the Worsted Merino Superwash, it can be found on the right hand side of the door to the shop, with fellow washable wools from Dream in Color and the Unique Sheep. Come and find them!