I made this scarf for my husband, an avid Dr Who fan since he was a boy. Although yarn labels weren't included, it was easy enough to find the color names on the Lorna's Laces' website. If you would like a mindless knitting project or are a beginner, this is a fun piece to knit with a lovely yarn.
This is a well made yarn holder. The fabric is very pretty and it holds a rather large sized yarn ball. Although not shown in the photo, it's quite tall and you might be able to put a couple of yarn balls in it.
I'm a knitter that matches their knitting needles to the fiber and have acquired quite a collection over the years. I really really didn't want to like these needles but they are a surprise. They are very lightweight so you can knit comfortably. The tips are pointy but will not stab you. The join between the tip and shaft don't cause your stitches to drag at all. I still love my Addis, Clovers and Crystal Palace needles but these are definite contenders. If you don't like metal needles give these a try. You might be as surprised too.
I recently completed a knit a long project using this yarn and it was a delight to use. It's a fingering weight and I used US 7 needle without losing any stitch definition. The colors move gradually so color pooling isn't very significant - almost like patterns made by sunlight through trees. I will definitely use this again for other lush accessories and projects.