Harlequin on its own turned out like this as a two ply. See how the colors are deeper and more saturated, the sliver grey of the natural BLF really muted and softened the colors. I wonder how these two would work together.
For the upcoming Yarnover event in April, I'm thinking of doing some sale yarns. I need to move out some of my older yarns, so there just may be a big basket of discounted yarns. Might be fun to do that. All of it is so pretty, I think people who haven't knit with handspun are really missing out on something special. Not just my yarn, although I'm are pretty proud of it. Even though I love to spin, I'm really surprised to find myself turning more and more to my own yarn. And buying less and less commercial yarn. I just may have to do a big ol' destash of my commercial yarns in the future. I have some really nice stuff too. But the limited knitting time I actually have is making it easier for me to use just my own yarn. Sounds like I'm making a big sacrifice doesn't it. Not really. But if you haven't tried handpun yet, seek it out. You may be really surprised in the difference you feel.