I have some batts that I carded up with some slightly sticky wool. I had originally thought to sell these sticky batts, but have since decided that I would wash these batts and see how they spin up. Right now they are spinning up almost like a tweed yarn, which is what I thought they might do. There are too many Nepps (little broken pieces of wool) in the yarn for me to get a smooth product. I am not great at getting a consistently thicker yarn, especially with an uneven batt like this, but I think I am doing an alright job. I will confess to enjoying the speed at which this batt spun up, and I look forward to seeing how it will look plied with something. I think that the actual singles are brighter than this picture is giving them credit for, I might have to ply them with a white to get the effect I want, or maybe find another of these batts that this will look good plied with. At this moment I think I will try to create a 3 ply yarn of a thicker weight that might make a nice crocheted shawl or lap afghan. Depending on how thick the yarn is and how many yards I manage to get from it.