Kerfluffle looks online like it is very dark, but it is actually a bluish grey, kind of medium dark. It looks a bit washed out,almost like a blue grey denim.
Not quite what I wanted, but I can make it work.
The yarn is nice to work with, and the other colors I have gotten have been fine.
I have 2 sets of Denise needles that I bought used, and I have enjoyed using them, but I really like this little kit, small enough to carry in my knitting bag, with the sizes of needles I use the most.
I like the feel of the resin needles, they are easy on my hands, and for some reason my stitches are more even on these cables than on the other interchangable needles I own.
Ive knitted 2 featherweight sweaters and a shawl with these needles and legacy lace yarn, and another sweater in worsted wt.
This yarn feels wonderful while I am knitting it, Im hoping I will like the socks as well. The colors are pretty, and while I have started socks, I am now tempted to get some more of the same colorway and make a shawl.
Legacy lace is one of my favorite yarns. I have crocheted 2 shawls with it, knitted one shawl and am currently knitting a sweater with it. It also makes a good reinforcing strand for sock feet and heels. I also like that it is washable and made in the USA. Brown sheep is one of the few USA companies that still buys american wool, and as a sheep producer that is very important to me. I also like the way it knits and crochets. I wish there were more colors available. I would buy some of each color.