OK, I promised, so here are a few pics of some of the yarns I've been working on.
In the one picture the yarn is still on the niddy-noddy and is laying on a bunch of the cleaned, unprocessed wool.
In the photo of the blue and purple wool the pink yarn is just the ties to hold the skein together, not part of the yarn.
And in the last photo, it's just a sample of several different types I was spinning - the shadows really take away from the top yarn, it's actually a lovely deep plum varigated.
Now, the funny thing about spinning - when you first start, the middle yarn is what all your spinning looks like lol, but, once you've been doing it a while, lovely "perfect" yarns like the blue green one at the top are easy and it's the "novelty" yarns, like the middle one with all the slubs and tufts, that are hard to do. Of course, it's the novelty yarns that sell the best - go figure