My skeins were mostly teal & some lime but with not much hot pink, more of a plum. However it made up with beautiful self striping. My 4th project with this yarn. It is an acrylic so crunches on the needles & can be splitty like a loose roving but the colors are fantastic. Excellent yards for $s.
I'm working it in Christmas scarves. It is squeaky on the needles & thus more fatigue to the hands, but it has a very nice loft & stitch definition. Works well for items that need to be washed. I would use it again if I needed a high acrylic blend very nice colors
While I'm not usually a big fan of chainette yarn, I found this heavenly to work with & very pleased with the yarn moderate stitch definition, very soft on the hands & makes a light, lofty, ultra soft fabric. I used it in 3 projects! Would use again.
I purchased it on Wool Watcher & am very pleased with the excellent stitch definition. I'd say it is more like a DK than fingering wt. very soft hand.... So soft that my wool-phoebes couldn't believe it was wool... I will definitely use again.
Making a scarf with Anzula in Paradise on #4 US needles. When I first unpacked the yarn, it was dazzling intense color with a delicate silver highlight .... STUNNING. It Knits well with no pills or tangles. The silver thread carries well with the yarn. I unraveled it from the #5 needles without damaging the yarn. I received a gigantic 120 gram skein instead of the 100 gram listed! Haven't weighed the other yet. I would buy it again.
I used the pink & lime for a scarf on #6 needles found it on Wool Watchers. Great yarn, esp for the price. Lovely hand & stitch definition soft & squishy. I'll definitely use it again. I'd like to see it in more colors, some pastels???