Use of Different Kinds of Yarn
If the wool is free of any tangling and if the spinner is careful in spinning fine and even, the yarn could be very "perfect". Such yarn will be suitable for making baby items, scarves and elegant sweaters. The baby booties is a case in point.
With some tangling in the wool, the yarn could be uneven but still quite fine. In the second photo, such yarn dyed with Easter egg dye is made into a Chihuahua sweater. This kind of yarn is also very suitable for making scarves and sweaters.
With some webbed and lumpy wool, it is made into very lumpy very thick and thin yarn. A stuffed cat is wearing a sweater made from such wool and dyed with Kool-Aid. Such yarn is wonderful in making hats, doggie sweaters and sporty looking sweaters.
Though different kinds of yarn have different uses, it is quite interesting to find out that the lumpy yarn have better market appeal than the fine spun. The reaction from buyers is that if they like even yarn, they could go commercial. When they are buying handspun yarn, they want some special characteristics that the commercial yarn do not have.