I'm not really sure what a regular color is, although my husband said when I should him this finished skein "You finally spun something that is a regular color". I think that is husband code for "I like it".
Well, I like it too and for more reasons than the color. This yarn actually turned out fairly consistent. It is a little more fuzzy than the other super wash I've used, but this wasn't labeled as merino. It isn't as soft either. But it is still very nice. I didn't expect the yarn to be as dark as it is either. I assumed the white sections in the fiber would show up more in the finished yarn.
I'm pleased that I got so much yardage, 460 yards, from one 4 ounce braid of fiber. This skein is 3-ply and with this yardage I should be able to knit up a nice pair of socks.
Geddesburg Handspun Yarn
Fiber Content: Super wash combed wool top
Fiber Source: Fat Cat Knits
Weight: 4 oz
Yardage: 460 yards
WPI: 18-20 wraps per inch (average)
Spinning Style: worsted
Spinning Ratio: 17 to 1
Plying Ratio: 17 to 1
Notes: super wash; 3-ply