Well, I finished spinning it this previous weekend and love how it turned out!
A couple close-ups of the variety of color.
Here is my skein drying.
All twisted up.
A penny for comparison of thickness.
A little closer, it ended up being a fingering weight yarn.
As you can tell from the close-up, there are many plies in this yarn. I spin very thin and this is a 6ply yarn. I held two singles together while I Navajo plied them.
I didn't measure, but I have about a normal sock skein size, about 300 - 350 yards or so I would estimate. I plan on knitting myself some mittens of my own design.
I have more wonderful spinning to show you! Just wait and see!