Sunshine Yarns Superwash Merino (New Moon Alice Colorway) first seen here- 230 yards of chain plied... I didn't bother checking the weight. It looks like worsted, but might be closer to dk. Realistically, it's probably lace weight in some areas and bulky in others. :)
I used to spend so much time telling myself I couldn't do things. When my sister learned to knit I was sure I couldn't. Then when I did, I was sure I couldn't ever conquer anything more complex than a hat. I used gaze at all the beautiful handspun yarns wishing I could create something so lovely. This latest spin, one that should knit up into fun little stripes, is something I've wanted to manage since I started. My kind husband tried to summon some enthusiasm when I showed it to him. I think he gets that it's not about the yarn, it's about the challenge.
These are all the yarns I've spun this summer. There's no time to do much spinning in the winter, but that's fine. Freshly spun and soaked wool dries almost instantly in the summer heat and that might be the only redeeming quality of temperatures in excess of 100 (or 105 or 110).