I followed your suggestions from last Friday and finished the three ply first. I usually save the best for last, but I think it will be backwards this time. I love how this yarn came out. The others will be nice, but this is one of my favorites out of all the yarns I have spun.
I switched my wheel to a higher ration for the spinning and I ended up using about the same amount of twist, but everything was a little easier and went a little faster. I liked that. I did use a lower ratio for plying. I did that so I could fit all the yarn onto one bobbin. My wheel has a couple different sized bobbins. But you can only use them with the appropriate flyers and ratios. It was a little more work in the treadling, but I like the idea of a single skein.
The good news is I know I have enough yarn for a good sized pair of socks!
Geddesburg Handspun Yarn
Fiber: Hello Yarn
Club Fiber from January 2009
Content: Superwash Bluefaced Leicester
Fiber Prep: combed top
Weight: 7.90 ounces (finished yarn)
Yardage: 460 yard
WPI: 16 wraps per inch
Spinning Style: worsted/short draw
Spinning Ratio: 15 to 1
Plying Ratio: 9 to 1
Notes: 3 ply, singles spun at about 32wpi