These are some of the worsted-weight selections, including kid mohair/merino and merino/tussah silk (good for quick-knit holiday hats and mittens and scarves):
This is a heavy-worsted weight 100% blue-faced leicester yarn that I just tried out. I think I'm going to put this on the regular roster. It's soft, took the dye nicely and has a bit of a sheen, and it also has a pretty firm twist, which most of my customers seem to like. Plus, you know what a sucker I am for single-breed yarns. There's only two batches today, but as soon as I can get more, I will.
And this is a blue-faced leicester roving:
(No, Mindy, you have to slug it out with the rest of them at 2 p.m. Someone has to save you from yourself.)
And what is in this somewhat non-descript box, you ask?
A limited-edition blend (qiviut) that contains three tremendous fibers (qiviut) that include alpaca, merino and..... yes, qiviut. It's going in the dye pot over the next few days -- I'll let you know how it looks. Thanks to Barb, I can tell you that one skein will make a neck scarf (about four inches wide by four feet long)...
P.S. If you're looking for some bags to hold your knitting, or maybe some preppy-chic items for your hipster daughter, some of the moms at Elvis' school started this new website, Daisy Dot. Check it out.