Here they are!
First up is the brown scurf.
Second is the Minnesota white.
Third is it all together arranged in the sequence that I intend to spin it. I decided to step the hue contrast 3 steps. It is imperfect as I did not dye any orange.
And finally Abe looking sweet.
I decided rather that carding the colors together to blend them to instead split the batts into strips and alternate them.
One thing that is a must, or at least helpful is a scale. I used it to weigh out the fiber to be equal before dying. I weigh each batt after carding to make sure that the white and brown remained close to equal. I used the scale to make sure that I blended the colors fairly equally. The way things stand right now the brown weighs 127 grams while the white weighs 125 grams.