Mother-enabled stash enhancement

My mom knits. Kind of. She likes to get some yarn and start up on a project, or plan for a project, but then she tends to run out of steam. I arrived in Maine to find her eager to get rid of some stash that she had acquired by wasn't going to use any time soon. She used to live around the corner from Windsor Button, which recently closed down, so she had a bunch of yarn that she'd picked up from their going out of business sale.

Noro Kochoran,
Noro Kochoran
and Ella Rae Lace Merino - this is going to become a sweater for the purchaser.
Ella Rae Merino Lace (1)

She also had a couple of cones of mystery yarn lying around that she donated to the Cause of Enhancing My Daughter's Yarn Collection.
Coned acrylic (2)
These have since been determined to be acrylic (hello melting burn test results!), but I plan to weave a table runner or something with them for her.

So herein ends the stash enhancement portion of the US visit. I'm going to ignore the fact that I am glossing over the pound and a half of Hello Yarn fiber that I had sent here so I could save on postage because really, there's no reason to over do it. But the new possibilities are very enticing - it's going to be a fun autumn!