Here is the latest contribution to my fast-growing handspun stash, plied and finished on Saturday:
Sakina Needles BFL roving from The Loopy Ewe, in a colorway called Watermelon that looked more pink online. In real life, it's much more the colors of a fresh carrot.
Four ounces, Navajo plied, approximately 311 yards in all. Not my ideal choice of colors, but I'm proud of it nonetheless. I haven't measured wraps per inch on this, but holding it up to other yarns for comparison shows it to be a fingering weight. It's enough for a short pair of socks or another small accessory.
Or perhaps this would be a better fit in someone else's stash. Maybe someone wants to trade this for some other fiber?