I love these colors together. Brown, periwinkle, burnt orange. It may sound odd but it would be great for an autumn garment, maybe a hat or gloves, a vest. This is entirely Rambouilett that I dyed as locks and then combed together, blending the colors on the combs before pulling the roving. It spun like a dream and this little two ounce skein sample was 70 yards - a good fingering weight.
Earlier in the week I posted about the gray Corriedale (Tim) and this is how that skein turned out. It was 4.3 ounces and 160 yards. It has a good shine to it and is not entirely matt like merino. This fleece is very uniform in color and the skein would make a good garment, depending on how wool sensitive you are.
And a little closer. Not quite as small as fingering weight but not bulky either.