I finished spinning the same fiber I started drop-spindling with just a few months ago. It turns out the more pre-drafting you do for sticky fiber the better the finished product.
(My singles; with Mum's help holding the bobbins)
Before washing and thwacking.
386 yards of a 2 ply lace weight from what I would guess to be around 2 ounces!
The left-most skein is what happens if this fiber is plied back on itself...
The second skein was created when I couldn't get the fiber to wind properly on the bobbin. I believe that my problem was too little tension in my drive band because I didn't have any problems once I tightened that up.
Was much more fun to spin on my wheel...