Wow!She took the time to crochet an afghan from her handspun yarns and send it to me just ...because. Since it takes me forever to complete a project, I'm completely agog that anyone would take the time and effort to do such a nice thing (for a not-close-family-member, no less) and without the occasion of a major holiday looming. In my mind, this is a major investment of work (not to mention material) since she both spun the yarn and then crocheted the afghan.
A sampler, and then some!
I think she must have included a few yards of just about everything she's ever spun. I'm sure only a small portion of it is wool from our sheep. There's a good bit of alpaca in there, along with wool, and some if it has a nice halo, so maybe angora? Most if it is natural colors, but there are a few areas where dyed yarn is included.
So excited I didn't even realize I was shooting my own shadow in the pic
I'm truly humbled. She's not online......but thanks, Mary.