Southern Cross Fibre's forum group on Ravelry is having an "SCF and Friends" sweater spin along, knit along. While I have a couple of different "sweater lots" of SCF fiber, I decided to mix a set of batts from a group of SCF fiber, inspired by David's Rhinebeck Sweater.
I separated each of the rovings into "single color" piles and drum carded them to mix them evenly. Of the nine bags above, I used all of them 100% except Uluru. In that case (the brown/orange bags second from the left), I separated out the most-orange four ounces and set it aside for some later project. In total, I'm working with two pounds of fiber.
Eight ounces of BFL in the colorway, "Florid."
Eight ounces of BFL in the colorway, "Wave Rock."
Four ounces of BFL in the colorway, "Bushranger."
Four ounces of Falkland in the colorway, "Katoomba."
Four ounces of Falkland in the colorway, "Dirt."
Four ounces of Falkland in the colorway, "Uluru."
And here is a group shot of all the individual colors. The colors along the bottom will go into a red yarn, and the colors along the top will go into a blue yarn.
I split the "red" set of batts into 16 piles of each color, and carded 16 one-ounce mixed-color batts. Then, I rolled the batts into rolags for spinning.
Here is half of the red rolags, one half pound of fiber.
Here is the first four ounces of the red rolags, spun into singles.
Below is a ply-back of the single (on the bottom), with a piece of Rowan Colourspun. The Colourspun is the yarn used in Elina. If I like how my Elina sweater turns out (made in Colourspun, in the recommended colors), I may make another one as my "SCF and Friends" SAL sweater.
Here is the Ravelry link to my SAL project.