This is all of it. Pretty, no?
Well, all of it except for the bumps I spun up a couple of years ago- that yarn has the same color progression, but it's much heavier because I was playing with spinning bulky. The experiment was a success, though I still haven't decided what to do with that yarn. Or this, either, come to think of it.
I just thought this was a pretty picture. It's all handspun- the little hanks were spindled and the rest was done on the wheel (my Ashford Joy, not the Traddy in the pic).
I experimented with the red/gold skein, playing with the long draw. I was happy with how the yarn came out, and that it was softer and more lofty than my usual short-draw spinning. I have a bump of mottled green Romney (left from this batch and not included with the self-striping), and several more bumps of dark brown from the same batch of fleeces, so I have lots of roving for practice. Previously, I'd only used the long-draw with cotton. I think it helps that this roving was perfectly prepped so it draws out smoothly and easily.
It's nice to add another trick to my repertoire.