Finally! The yarn is all dry. I won't say it's a *lot* of fibre spun, but it was a lot for me and I made my goal of spinning daily during the Tour de Fleece.
One thing I noticed is that my spinning got a bunch more consistent when I did it every day and it was just easier.
Here's the first yarn: 8oz of Ashland Bay "wool" in Cranberry. I decided to start with a nice fat slow yarn. It's squooshy and I really like it. I have about 200 yds of what looks like a chunky yarn; nice for hat or mittens. It was a bit hard to let go and just spin a fat single, but once I got going it was also fun.
I have another fall-hued batt and I think once it's spun I'll make one of those stripey Noro scarves with the yarn.
I did manage to start a 3rd 40z braid of merino from Into the Whirled, but didn't get to far with it. I'm hoping to start up the wheel next week and get it done. I want to try my best to maintain the daily or almost-daily spinning rhythm, it's fun and I really am impressed with how much I improve with practice.