Some skeins I've had done for awhile now. Finally set the twist Sunday while waiting on the shearer to come.
The pink skeins are Cormo.
The grey is the Romney I've been spinning for a long time. That was a big fleece!
The bottom ones are some skeins I bought from Micheal's that were the big chunky yarn. I bought 2 skeins and made some thinner yarn with them. They are 20% wool.
The dark brown is some of Lucinda's wool, with a little bit of Abraham's mixed in. I still have a lot of both of theirs. I want to make a sweater for me with this yarn.
These I can't remember if they are Amarillo's wool or maybe Buttercup's. I didn't write it down and it was some time ago that I spun it. Maybe it will come back to me. But I did have Buttercup's wool washed and carded, so it might be hers.
Anyway, for you spinners out there, this has a lot of twist in it, even after washing it to set the twist. That's why it's hanging with cans in it. So do different breeds have more spring to it than others? Just wondering, because the rest of the skeins are not as twisty. But I love the yarn. It's so soft.