Reno, Nevada -- September 11, 2019 - Bye, bye stinky socks, hello cozy gloves! Jimmy Beans Wool, the leading online retailer of yarn and maker's accessories, has partnered with The Feel Good Yarn Co. and will carry an exclusive line of SilverSpun®, a silver infused yarn that promotes natural health benefits and thermal properties.
This American made cotton comes from North Carolina and is spun with pure silver, so it can do cool things like kill odor causing bacteria, keep your toes warm as wool or cool as cucumbers, you can even text with knit gloves knit in SilverSpun® yarn!
CEO Laura Zander, a yoga and health enthusiast, was intrigued with the yarn when it was introduced to her and was ultimately won over by all of the unique benefits and qualities.
"This yarn is totally special and unlike anything we offer at Jimmy Beans. After seeing and feeling it in person, I was sold! This is a super soft, stretchy cotton yarn that offers so many benefits, and it knits and crochets up beautifully, my favorite thing is being able to text on my smartphone with knit gloves in SilverSpun® yarn."
SilverSpun® is now available as single skeins and in kits exclusively on the Jimmy Beans website at www.jimmybeanswool.com and at their Reno retail yarn store location.
About Jimmy Beans Wool: At the downturn of the dotcom boom, former Silicon Valley engineers Laura and Doug Zander moved to the mountains and opened up a tiny yarn shop in Truckee, California. Jimmy, as Laura is lovingly known, sold coffee alongside the wool (hence the Beans in the name) and Jimmy Beans Wool was born. In 2004, the company settled down in Reno, Nevada where they current-ly reside today. They occupy an expansive 20,000 sq. ft. warehouse, are considered one of the coun-try's leading destination yarn shops, employ 35 team members, and have built a loyal following and impressive online presence. Along with yarn, Jimmy Beans also provides consumers the most innova-tive crafting products and accessories. recently acquiring Namaste and della Q , two beloved compa-nies amongst knitters, crocheters, and makers. Both companies sell popular designer handbags, proj-ect totes, organizers, accessories, and more. Jimmy Beans will continue to develop products under their patent pending Jimmy's SmartStix, plus hooks, needles, and notions.