I was finally taking some pictures of the various handspun things I've done for Ravelry, so why not go through them here as well?
(Pretty much all of these are spun S, plyed Z.)
This one was spindle spun. On the left spun semi woolen, using faux rolags, then chain plyed. On the right spun semi woolen, two ply. It's very soft, but very wooly feeling.
The Black Pearl merino is spindle spun, and my first attempt at chain plying. I actually like it a lot, despite it being slightly over plyed.
Practice 8 oz that I spun on the mini spinner, just messing around. Some of it is semi woolen spun, some is worsted. I did two ply here after winding into two plying balls.
aka the fiber in the blog header! Spindle spun, chain plyed. Probably the finest spun and most even spin as well. I'd say this is about a fingering weight.
Very fluffy despite being spun semi worsted weight. Two ply, and I'm pretty happy with the amount of ply twist here. Spun on a spindle.
My second ever spin, of green BFL top from Rhinebeck last year. I can't remember where I got it from though. A bit heavier than fingering weight, two ply on a spindle.
third ever spin, and probably the biggest amount on a spindle. I'd say it's about sport weight and three ply on a spindle. From Briar Rose.