English Wool Combs--they can do a bit of damage to your skin if you're not careful--so I treat them with respect. But they do marvelous things to fleece. This is how it looks when it comes off the combs:
It still has all it's crimp and character--you can see it came off a sheep recently--but it's lovely and even and airy and ready to go.
And here it is spun up into a small skein of worsted yarn:
This was a first sample, only about ten grams, to see how I went with it all. I'm happy that it's all working nicely, so now to do 20g for my folio.