I really like this yarn. Knitting with it is a true pleasure.
It has a tight twist and a great hand --- it looks wonderful knitted up and shows stitch work so very well. And the colors look great with each other, nothing looking jarring or out of place.
However, this yarn has definitely been misnamed!
Ella Rae's Lace Merino is a fingering weight yarn. For sure. Just don't let the name confuse you!
Each skein is 100% superwash merino with a generous 460 yards to each 100 gram skein.
The colorway on this page was named Pale Blue/Pale Lilac for the main hues that make it up, but again that is kind of misleading.
There is a lot more to it than that -- as the colors meet each other and create new shades as well. In fact, at first glance, I didn't see the blues at all but rather mainly greens and purples though it is there. Actually, the colorway looks to me like an iris in full bloom or perhaps a lawn full of violets.
So I thought for clarity's sake it could be renamed The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring, tra-la! (for those who are fans of Gilbert & Sullivan's Mikado) or simply Spring Flowers for speedier reference. :-)
Regardless, it is lovely.
Perfect for so many of our shawls and scarves and gloves and mittens and the like that call for fingering weight yarn. Email if you'd like some suggestions.
This one will delight you!