Shocking, just shocking I tell you. This is a shockingly bright color. I haven't ventured into the realm of lace knitting, but this is definitely not yo' gramma's yarn, although I am almost certain that my great-grandmother had some perma-stay lipstick that was roughly this color. She could have manned a kissing booth for hours and not had to re-apply. I know, gross - who wants to kiss someone's great-grandmother, right? Well if you had met her, you might have gotten a kiss. She was the coolest. Great advice in that blue-haired noggin and she could make a lemon meringue pie that would make Paula Deen cower in the corner with shame. She rocked. Now what was I talking about?? Oh yeah, yarn. Relatively strong for such a thin little thing, thanks to the smidge of nylon, it has a nice fuzzy bloom from the angora to fill in the holes if you use larger needles than those spaghetti-sized ones. This listing is for 2 center pull cakes totalling 611 yards, and there are 3 knots between the 2 of them.
70% Lambswool - 20% Angora - 10% Nylon
19 wpi - Laceweight
611 yards total -- 1 ball of 315 yards (2 knots), 1 ball of 296 yards (1 knot)