What is unusual is that I typically prefer to spin with undyed fibre because I'm still fairly new to spinning and undyed is always so much easier. I have heard it said that if you aren't careful when dyeing that the fibre will felt slightly, making it much harder to spin. I don't know how true that is and I'm reluctant to shift all the blame for my lack of skill to the dyer so don't quote me.
This, however, was no problem to spin. In fact, I'd go so far as to say it was almost easy.
The batt was in three layers so that made the "How many plies" decision an easy one.
I expect I'll have the spinning completed today so I can ply it tomorrow. I'm thinking of making a cowl or perhaps short scarf with a big button. Something fun. I'd like to say "something light and flirty for spring" but it's still -10C here so the blue makes me think of the blues you see in ice and snow rather than the blues of Mediterranean Seas. Then again, maybe I will call this Santorini and tell winter where to go.