As a recent mohair/silk convert, I've come to appreciate the loveliness of Cascade's Kid Seta. The core of the strand glows from the silk content, and the mohair has just the right amount of whispiness when combined with another yarn to soften but keep some stitch definition. Great value for a lot of length. Shibui Silk Cloud is luxurious, no doubt about it, but for my money Cascade's Kid Seta is pretty perfect.
Chainette construction keeps this yarn open and airy, with more of a crisp feel than I expected. Perfect for a summertime cowl, shawl, or wrap. Great muted shades, a little bit softer in person than on-screen. Good value too.
Madelinetosh Chunky is a go-to yarn -- soft, springy, and with beautiful depth of color. The onesies are perfect for a project requiring 1-2 skeins. Colors are just as delightful as the regular colors.
Nice twist and colors, but very small amount for the price. The blue/green color has a nice melange effect when knitted, but it took 4 skeins to make a small scarf! Malabrigo Silky Merino, Fyberspates Scrumptious Sport, and Madelinetosh Merino Light all offer similar (or better) results with much better prices. For this reason, I will not order this yarn again.
This is a delightful yarn, and one of my all-time favorites! It is a single-ply, which can be a little splitty if you're not using sharply-pointed needles. But it's soft and dense with incredible sheen. Feels great to knit with, has fantastic stitch definition for cables, and the finished fabric is stunning. The colors Olive, Teal, and Water are gorgeous in person. A clear winner on all fronts!