She sent me two different coffees to try (her local favorites). The one on the left is from Equal Exchange; I keep sniffing the bag, it smells so good! The other coffee is from the Black Bear Micro Roastery. I can't wait to try them -- I just don't know which one to try first. :- )
There is also goat milk soap made by a friend of hers who has her own goat farm. It smells like summer...honeysuckle and roses.Wow - a book! Knitting Lingerie Style, signed by the author. Not only is it great to look at, but there is a tank and some socks I might have to start knitting as soon as summer vacation starts.
Finally, the yarn. Handspun alpaca from Massachusetts Sheep and Wool! When I first looked at it, I thought it was dove grey. Upon closer inspection, there are shades of Wedgwood blue and light fawn. There is also what looks to be a strand of Kreinik blending filament running throughout the yarn. It gives it a subtle glow; the picture below does not do the yarn justice.
Funny, I have the perfect shoes to go with the yarn. I will be well accessorized, once I knit something!
Thanks so much for the awesome package Cece! This was my first swap and it was a pleasure having you as my partner!