I was, however, disappointed. The tops that I'd bought were a beautiful colour, however the dyeing had caused some felting, not too bad and it may have actually helped with splitting the roving. However, the dye had not penetrated evenly through the roving which meant that there were a lot of pale areas which dulled the final skein.
This is a good lesson for when buying dyed tops or rovings, just check how well the dye is distributed by doing a little digging.
As this was more fractal spinning, I managed to split the second half quite a few times though my guessing of half was a little out, so you can see that I have a small skein that I Andean plied.
The next exercise with the fractal spinning that I want to try is to use distinct colours and see what happens. I have a bag of red in the garage!