Love these needles, they don't roll off the table when you set them down. I'm able to knit for longer periods of time before fatigue sets in. Smooth finish and the way I knit, I get fewer snags with these needles than other wooden/bamboo needles.
Tried the colorway Fig Tree. I only knitted up a swatch sample, not sure how well in holds up in the wash, but it has great stitch definition and I love the color. The ribbon has a suede-like feel to its hand. I want to eventually try all of the colorways.
Love the colors ways, I'm still confused with which style of Madelinetosh's line I should use but I like all the types of yarn. I've figured out the difference between the single vs. 3-plyed yarn styles in the DK weight styles, I just can't tell what the difference is between the styles of single ply's and styles of 3-plyed. They feel and the colorways look the same when comparing the styles of yarn in the same number of ply's.
Not a big fan of sock weight yarn, but I wanted to try out this yarn to see what all the fuss is about. The colorways and feel are just like all of Lorna's Laces styles of yarn. I do find the temperature changing properties of the yarn interesting. Can't wait to see what the DK version of this yarn is like when Lorna's Laces releases it into the market.
I wanted the limited edition Harry Potter Sorting Hat colorways and they only came in sock weight. I wish the Harry Potter colorways could have come in all of the Lorna's Laces style of yarn especially Worsted weight. I would have like them in the Misti Alpaca's Baby Me Boo too. This yarn lives up to Lorna's Laces reputation of being soft with great texture and hand to the fabric.