I've come out with a total of 628 meters and 565 grams. I failed to realise that the alpaca is heavier, and will therefore be shorter than the other fibres. On the other hand, I'm very happy with how it looks, feels and smells.
I'm still planning on making Vinelle… sort of. I'm going to knit it top down using Barbara Walkers formulas, and it may have short sleeves, depending on how far the yarn stretches.
After I finished spinning this I started on some Ixchel Wensleydale. I'm spinning it laceweight, to ply with the stuff I am currently preparing on my spindle. I've never spun Wensleydale before, but I'll definitely be spinning it again. It's shiny and smooth but slightly haloed with a bit of crunch and an absolute joy to spin.
In other news, I am currently drinking a cup of home made coffee. I don't usually have coffee after work but two things have happened: the Tour de France is on, and I am exhausted already, and Tarragon broke my plunger. I even took a picture, because I thought it was so tragic, although I rather like the photo.