Success in the product is largely about the prep work.
(Maybe I’ll develop that metaphor more completely later on.)
These little rolags are carded seconds of a couple different wools. Bits left over from my first time around flick carding the locks. Handcarding the rolags is more work than the flicking process, but it lets me make good use of the shorter fibers that get screened out in the first go-round. And it’s kind of a relaxing way to spend an evening.
I spin up the rolags using a long-(ish) draw method, and it results in a really nice soft, lofty kind of yarn. I do love the long draw and spin this style whenever I can. Of course, it works best when the fiber is well prepped and drafts easily and evenly.
But that can be said of most things in spinning, and life, eh?