In my constant effort to use up my entire stash, I recently spun this gem up:
It's another bat from Butterfly Girl Designs. The color is called "Curtain Dress", and it's a rather dazzling blend of 67% bamboo, 25% merino and 8% firestar. I tore the batt into strips and let it spin up as it wanted to, with no real drafting and letting it lump and bump where it wanted to. This is a lot of fun sometimes if you can learn to give the control up and just let the yarn happen. Coming down after spinning from a sweater (lots of controlled spinning to get the yarn perfect and consistent) makes me okay with just letting this art batt become what it wants.
From 3.8 oz of batt, I ended up with 155 yards of a heavy aran-weight 2-ply.
I'm not quite sure what this will be yet- maybe a simple pair of mitts.