So I just wound my freshly-spun yarn (about an ounce of roving) into a skein, and while doing so I was all giddy and encouraged...it really looked less craptastic near the end when I felt more like I knew what I was doing.
BUT, when I went to wash the skein I was all :shock: :shock: :shock: because it's obviously, horribly, embarrassingly overspun. At least that's what it looks like to me. It's all curly all over the place....and I was thinking that the wash would relax it a bit....but that doesn't appear to be the case. :shock:
I'm just not sure how I could spin it any less, KWIM? Any suggestions or words of wisdom??