I'm making progress on my goal of completing all spindle WIPs before I can start any new yarn! For my "mixed greens" yarn, I've spun all the singles and tonight I wound them on to bobbins (note there are no overloaded bobbins... I have thoroughly learned that lesson). While winding the yarn on the bobbins, I noticed my spindle spinning skill has definitely improved in the last few months. The moss yarn, which was spun in July, might give me a bit of trouble during plying. While its thickness is consistent, I have better learned how monitor the amount of twist in my singles. I'm pretty sure there are some under-twisted lengths of yarn in the moss singles, but hopefully it won't fall apart during plying. We shall see.