I'm spinning my way through a Wool Sampler Pack of 12 different sheep breeds from England that I purchased from Hearthside Fibers on Etsy. Each pack is ~ 25 grams. The fiber is prepared as combed top.
The first breed spun was Exmoor Horn. I used the Bosworth Suspended (Drop) Spindle. It got heavy towards the end and I kept - well - dropping the spindle.
The second breed is Whitefaced Woodland. I split the fiber in half vertically and will spin two separate singles on the Bosworth. I just finished the first single and wound it off onto a "storage" bobbin.
I used a basket as a lazy kate to hold the spindle in place.
passed it through a yarn counter,
then wound it onto a weaving bobbin (aka storage bobbin) with a manual bobbin winder.
The first bobbin of Whitefaced Woodland weighed 14 grams: 83 yards.