I wanted to use my Exmoor Stripe batt from my Batt Club (this month's new listing is up!) and though it might be a good excersise to walk through with you... an idea of how you might be able to use your batt.
Ravelry is a great source of inspirational knits, as I have mentioned before and so I turned to the pattern search option to find something I wanted to knit from handspun. This is when Darrin my partner remarked about my Kami Hat by Katie Schumm.. 'That's it', I thought I'll spin for a hat. The Kami Hat is free of charge, so it's a perfect option for batt spinning from a club on a budget.
I plied one batt of Exmoor Stripe against two separate plys of Prussian Merino from my shop also. I created a 3 ply yarn in a chunky side of aran weight.
I had excess batt left, so I navajo plyed that to the same 3ply weight.
I did measure the skein, but comepletely forgot to write it down d’oh! The main thing is that I knew I had enough for this hat… with the weight of the yarn I could have gone up a needle size, but 5mm needles did make a solid fabric so Darrin’s ears won’t get cold.
Here's the yarn… http://www.ravelry.com/people/SarasTextureCraft/stash/car...
I used the larger skein (batt plied against merino) for the body of the hat and then the mini skin of navajo plied batt for the crown to make a statement.
Here’s the hat… http://www.ravelry.com/projects/SarasTextureCraft/kami-hat-3
Darrin isn't too daring with colour, so this was a great way to add colour in a way that felt comfortable for him to wear.
I hope this helps give you some batt inspiration.