13.1 ounces of BFL top dyed by Chris of Briar Rose Fibers is slowly but surely turning into this:
I'm shooting for a loftier yarn that I have made before with BFL fibers. It's a bit of a challenge getting the right balance between keeping the twist loose and airy while still having enough twist that the singles don't start to break when subjected to a firm tug. I did pretty well with the first two skeins but the singles in my third (of four total) was spun a bit more tightly than the first two. I'll have to watch out for that on the last skein.
I hope you don't mind looking at one last pic of this yarn. I'm so pleased with how it turned out. Hopefully a little soak in some warm water will help loosen up that third skein. If nothing else, alternating between skeins as I knit will help to even out any inconsistencies.
What am I planning on doing with all of this? Unlike much of my handspun, which just sits around looking pretty while I figure out what on earth I am going to make with this, I am actually spinning this fiber with a project in mind: Coraline (ravelry link). With the first three skeins coming in at 240, 280, and 244 yards each, I'm right on track to meet the yardage requirements. Yay!