This is something I used to enjoy doing a lot before my hand issues started, and now I’m finally able to do it again. I’m working at getting the yarn thickness more even. It’s one of those things where practice helps, but pacing myself is important so I don’t overdo it. If I can knit again someday, that will be a good way to use some of the yarn, but in the meantime I’m looking at trying some simple weaving. The brown wool skeins were spun from undyed Romney sheep roving, and the pink in progress is from dyed Merino sheep roving. Merino wool has a good length for drafting to spin, and it’s my favorite to work with!