I am in LOVE with this yarn. I’m currently working with Chroma in worsted weight but it also comes in fingering. I recently purchased an obscene amount of multi-colored yarn because I just freaking love multi-colored yarn. I’ve been playing around with entrelac lately and multi-colored yarn creates some really neat effects. One of the yarns I included in my recent purchase was Knit Picks Chroma Worsted in the colorways Lollipop (pretty pastel colors) and Prism (rainbow colors). I picked this yarn mostly because the colors were pretty and I was already ordering a few other things I needed from the Knit Picks website so I figured I might as well give it a shot. I am SO glad I did. I started knitting with it last night; I’m making a scarf using K1P1 ribbing and switching colorways every 2 rows. The gradual color changes create a really neat effect when you stripe it. The colors I chose are gorgeous and were accurately portrayed by the photos on the website. This yarn is also REALLY REALLY soft. Its 70% wool and 30% nylon and knitting with it is so wonderful its like candy for your fingers. If they have a cyber monday sale I very well may be buying more; I think this stuff would be great for entrelac cowls, especially since its worsted weight and will work up faster than the fingering weight Mini Mochi I used for my first entrelac cowl. One potential negative thing to be aware of is it does have a bit of a thick and thin quality to it. Its single ply and most of the time its approximately the same weight but there have been a few places where it has been a little thinner than I would prefer. I can also see one place on one of the skeins where 2 ends are knotted together creating a not so subtle color change. But overall, I really like this yarn and will definitely be buying it again in the future!
Update 12/8/12: I've worked with this yarn quite a bit since my initial review and I wanted to provide an update. I recently finished a project with the fingering weight and it is just as lovely as the worsted. The thick and thin problem I encountered in my first project has not reoccured, however knots ruining the subtlety of the color changes are fairly common.