I've been exploring my spinning, wih the help of a book I bought the other day. The book is Spinning wool, beyond the basics by Anne Field.
The book is... dry, fact filled, somehow boring, and completely enthralling. It takes you through the physiology of sheeps wool, the anatomy of a spinning wheel and makes you want to spin the perfect yarn for your wool.
I am by no means making the perfect yarn for my wool. But I am spinning a controlled lace. The wool is a swedish rya, staple length about 15 cm, combed and spun on my Ashford Traveller. I'm spinning it with 23 twists to 2 inches, and plan to make a equalized 2 ply.
Which ever way you turn it, this is fun!