Do you like lace but are a bit afraid of really thin yarn? Do I have a yarn for you!
This is Lili Lace Yarn: 875 yards of a 2-ply, slightly heavier lace wt yarn in 100% merino. It knits and crochets up so easily. I've done so many shawls from "regular" lace yarn, and I love it, but for ease and speed, Lili yarn tops it. There's just enough weight to it, so that you don't feel as if it's going to slide off your needles, and the stitches are really easy to see (especially if your eyes are not as young as they were.) Price is a very competitive $30/skein. Needle size can go from a 2 or 3 to a 6, if you like your shawls to be really lacy. It is a glorious yarn to work with, I can promise you that!
Cameras and lights and monitors being what they are, the colors in the picture are pretty accurate (at least on my monitor). The upper left hand yarn, the purple one, is move vivid and so is the upper right hand one. That one is called Paprika, and really looks like the real thing. Given that I'm Hungarian, I know the color of paprika, and this is it.
Where? In my Etsy shop, of course!
A hint on working with any lace yarn: use needles with a tiny bit of drag to them. The Knit Pro wooden ones are perfect. A good sharp point, and the yarn doesn't slide off the way it would with a metal needle. Addi lace needles are also very good. Bamboo will work well provided that the point is sharp.