Here they are in all their squishy beauty.
5.5 ounces of yak/merino blend, in two color ways, both by Purple Fleece. I spun each on separately, then plied about a third of one with a third of the other. The remains were plied on themselves. To the left is Salpal (who could resist such a lovely name?), in the middle is the combination, and on the right is the complement, Iron Ore.
They came out thicker than I normally spin, the very short staple length was a challenge for me. I do love the resulting yarn, so squishy! I did not weight this while drying, I think that made it really puff up a lot.
Here are some individual shots, in the same order:
And one final shot in a bit of sunshine:
I got about 250 yards total, mostly chunky weight. What to make with this soft wonder?