The first thing I finished was the plain rambouillet I had been working on...yes, the same stuff I've spun upbefore! And, I'll probably leave this one undyed, too, like the others. (Especially since Kool Aid dying is all I know right now.) This stuff is a little overspun, but the extra kinks seem to come out slightly when I wind it into a ball. I think it will make a nice pair of folksy mittens anyway, especially when I put a little bit of embroidery on them.
The second project I finished made enough yarn for maybe...a bracelet? I found two little misfit balls of overspun yarn that were ready to be plied and did just that.
For the last one, I decided to get kind of fancy. I absolutely love the way this turned out. I spun some of my brown alpaca and then I had a little bit of dyed wool that I had originally purchased for felting purposes, which I also spun. There are only two plies, but I alternated green and teal on the wool single so it almost looks like three. I had a few problems when I was plying the two together; the alpaca was a little fine and so it would break apart several times. However, the plying kept it strong, and after I set the spin, it felt even stronger. And it is sooo beautiful!!