The Fibre Garden : Wool Nepps and Slubs
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These are fun little “bits” of wool, used by felters as an embellishment and used by spinners for blending to create tweedy yarns. Both are made from fine 19-micron Merino, from Dyeing House Gallery in Italy.
Nepps are tiny little round balls of wool, about 2 to 3mm (1/8 inch) or so in diameter. Slubs are kind of like the cheese curds of wool, mainly sort of skinny sausage or torpedo-shaped pieces around 1 to 2cm (1/2 to 1 inch) in length.
Presently we’re offering both in assorted colours only. Once you see them your mind will want to make SOME kind of craft out of them! >p>PRODUCT of ITALY