But I quite like this anyway.
I bought some hand dyed roving from an indie dyer (it is good to support other indies). I had pictured it as mostly purple and grey but it spun up much more pink and pastelly. Although I had split the roving into three to make a three ply I decided to use some dark purple I already had for one of the plies instead, it made it more "me" and less pastelly (I'm sure that should be a word), you can see it here.
That left one third of the roving unspun so after letting it hang around for a little while I decided to use it up. I spun a fairly loose skinny single then navajo plied it. It has come out quite nicely soft and squishy, although my efforts to avoid over spinning have gone the other direction in a few places and it is a little fluffy and underspun.
I need to find a good handspun project, I have lots of small skeins (20g or so) of various colours and thicknesses that I have spun and then don't know what to do with.