The two-ply merino yarns I spun and plied a while back were washed/sized/finished(?) some weeks ago and sat on the living room floor. They look better than I expected, feel angelically soft, but for my liking, they are too dry, as in devoid of any grease I associate with sheep's wool. And because they are fluffy, I fear I've wet-finished the living daylight out of these fibers already.
What does this mean? I think/hope it's OK to knit or crochet with these. But there is a chance the weft will remain thus and only the warp will be transformed in the wet-finishing, so I need to choose my warp carefully. In my stash, I have only the merino with scales.
I'm all out of the lovely two orange, pale pink and peach colored sliver, and I can't imagine continuing to spin without those colors. (As a matter of fact, I did some, and they came out oh! so! drab!) While I'm itching to experiment with spinning some more and making yarns with which to weave, particularly that last part of ... sizing???, I feel I best concentrate on my other projects for now.