I brought it home, split it in half and spun it on my loaner Kiwi wheel.
I ended up with a nice, two-ply yarn that was roughly worsted-weight.
My mom loves purple and sparkle, so I decided that it had to be something for her. There wasn't enough yarn for a shawl and she doesn't wear a lot of hats, so I played around a little bit and came up with a simple cowl shape that could work either with a lot or a little handspun yarn.
I sent an email to the Ennea Collective about publishing my pattern. They said yes! They were a fun group.
The result is the PB&J Cowl, named after the first art batt I ever spun.
OK, enabling time:
Even for people who don't spin or aren't into art batts, I think this is a pretty awesome, easy pattern.
2 skeins of Manos Del Uruguay Wool Clasica Space-Dyed Yarn would be more than enough.
2 skeins of Malabrigo Chunky would be gorgeous and super warm.
Or, ooooh, Marble Chunky would be awesome. Just one skein would work.