I think the fun of dyeing in the roving is the discovery of how the colors work up into a yarn.
Even during the spinning, until it's plied, I don't what the yarn will look like. And actually the yarn may look like something completely different when it's worked up.
I was so excited when this skein was done. Notice the little piece in front of skein - little boast here. I guessed so closely how much to put on each bobbin - that little piece is all that was left on the remaining bobbin. I went right up to my workroom and basket of one-balls to see what I could put together for a hat and found the answer was nothing. The base colors we used in the dye workshop didn't harmonize with the colors that I have been using, so I keep on spinning - like I wouldn't anyway.
While there's too much yellow here to be what I had intended, I still think it's going to make up into a nice yarn. The green just got subsumed.
This is what I have so far, I'm plying a yellow green now, and then I'll do the blue violet roving. I'm not going to launch any projects until I have them all done.