I finished a skein of milk chocolate brown silk that I started a couple of years ago.
While looking for a video to help a friend of mine with her new spinning wheel, I found one by Tim from New Voyager Trading who distributes Kromski spinning wheels. In the video, he makes the point that when you spin with a Z twist, you use the brake band strung from right to left. That's how they come.
However, his point was that when you have spun your singles with Z twist, you ply using an S twist. For this, reversing the direction of the break band, stringing it from left to right makes the scotch tension much more efficient.
It was like a Festivus miracle! It made a real difference. I do have a project in mind for this yarn, which I'll share more about later.