I let it block flat for a while so that the stitches would speak out. Now it's on the glass head.
GoodneighborMarilyn called earlier today and said she had a bag of yarn for me. It was decent yarn that I won't discuss because I always think that's kind of boring. If you're into that sort of thing, I've updated my stash on Ravelry and you can see what I've got to play with.
I mention this because there is a boatload of this stuff pictured below and there was no label. The weight and skein size feels similar to alpaca that I've purchased so I'm going to guess there's at least 800 yards. I'm also going to guess that there is some acrylic/viscosey thin in it but I'm not sure if it's completely synthetic- there's a thin thread of something running through it, I'm guessing to give it stability. Anyone have any guesses? It smelled like moth balls if that's any clue. you wouldn't really need to put acrylic yarn in moth balls.
Maybe I can find someone who is allergic to wool and someone else who is allergic to alpaca and see if they react.