Hi all. I still have skeins of handspun wool yarn, waiting patiently to be used to create somethin lovely. Do the different wool breeds (romney, bfl, corriedale, shetland, etc.) have different shrinkage? Logic tells me that wool is wool as far as shrinkage, but I think the way it spins will make a difference. I have a bit of CVM that I spun that is very springy, so even if that doesn't shrink differently it will react differently as warp or weft and may cause puckers or ripples. Right? I mostly have small skeins (mostly 4, some 8 ounces) and would like to weave a blanket using a mixture of these yarns. Or would it be safer to use my little frame looms to weave squares and triangles and piece them together?