I was sure I had posted this earlier, but in checking, I see that I didn't. My apologies!
This is a skein of yarn that I spun earlier in the year from some roving which I got from South America. It's called Punta -- which means peninsula. There are several areas which are called Punta in SA, and this is not the name of any breed of sheep. It is wool, very fine and good crimp, and feels very soft. I almost think there may be some other animal fibre blended with wool.
I spun this as a fine 2-ply. The first batch I did was a little too thick, so this was much finer. It is meant for a lace shawl for a family auction later this fall. To find the right design is taking some time!!