If you enjoy spinning silk or Tencel, you will find the same pleasure spinning this new fiber.
With a staple length between three and four inches, a fine fiber diameter and surface that allows the fibers to slide past each other, drafting this material to the thickness you want is easy.
Split the roving to a pencil thickness and spin from this. Keep your hands at least four inches apart due to the fiber length. Draft the fibers to the thickness you want before allowing any twist into the fibers which will lock them together. Ply to produce a balanced yarn.
Skein up your finished yarn. To set the twist, soak in warm water, gently squeeze out the water by hand or by rolling in a towel, snap the skein between your hands to realign the strands and hang to dry.
Do not be alarmed if at this point your skein looks a little bedraggled. Just wait until it is completely dry and snap the skein between your hands. If it still seems a little stiff, wad the skein into a ball and restraighten.