Sugar Candy Merino – Winter
Sugar Candy Merino – Winter
100% 19 micron Merino wool top. Streaky tones of charcoal, white and soft grey shades, with a subtle hint of lavender-mauve. PRODUCT of ITALY
$8.00$32.69 Select options
Superwash Merino 50/Bamboo 50 (Top)
Superwash Merino 50/Bamboo 50 (Top)
50% Superwash Merino / 50% Rayon from Bamboo Lovely and clean combed top. Staple length around 5 to 6 inches, the colour creamy-white. A favourite of dyers for making fancy hand-painted braids for spinners. This is a very soft and luxurious-feeling blend, carded in a streaky manner that helps to preserve the sheen of the bamboo. Use it to spin everything from against-the-skin garments and beyond. Very pleasant in the hands! Because only the wool will strike with acid dyes, the effect is exotic and streaky both in the top as well as the finished yarn. The Superwash component makes for absolutely no felting during dyeing, and later during laundering. A tip for dyers: when presoaking and rinsing, keep this top in a mesh lingerie bag to help hold it together. NOT SUITABLE FOR WET FELTING.
$4.75$36.66 Select options
Targhee (Rustic Roving)
Targhee (Rustic Roving)
Classification: FINEWOOL Thick and chunky Rustic Roving, with a moderate amount of vegetation debris. The colour is a bright ivory-white. Targhee is a very bouncy fibre that can be spun woolen or worsted. The staple is longer than Merino and therefore it's easier to spin. This breed is well-suited to next-to-skin garments, outerwear or anything else. Micron count is in the range of 21 to 25, with a staple length around 3 to 5 inches. Wet-felting properties are excellent. Good as a core wool for needle-felting PRODUCT of CANADA
$4.00$30.87 Select options
targhee @ the fibre garden
Targhee (Top)
Classification: FINEWOOL Combed top, nice and clean with next to no debris. The colour is a bright ivory-white. Targhee is a very bouncy fibre that can be spun woolen or worsted. The staple is longer than Merino and therefore it's easier to spin. This breed is well-suited to next-to-skin garments, outerwear or anything else. An American breed that needs more consideration now that it is more widely available. From Ashland Bay. Micron count is in the range of 23 to 23.5, with a staple length around 4 to 5 inches. Felting properties are high. PRODUCT of USA
$6.00$46.31 Select options
Thin Merino Prefelt – White – 1/2 meter
Thin Merino Prefelt – White – 1/2 meter
Price per 1/2 meter sheet: 156cm (61.5 inches) x 50cm (19.5 inches). Approximately 90g (3.17 oz)

Natural ivory white. Particularly well suited for Nuno-felted projects, this very thin prefelt is made from lovely soft 19-micron Merino wool. Especially great for scarves and other against-the-skin garments.

We are able to order longer lengths, please as for a price quote. Pieces are easily joined together by just needle felting along the edges.

PRODUCT of ITALY

$20.00
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Tunis (Rustic Roving)
Tunis (Rustic Roving)
Classification: MEDIUM WOOL Thick and chunky Rustic Roving, with a moderate amount of vegetation. The colour is a bright ivory-white. Tunis is a rather bouncy fibre that can be spun woolen or worsted. The staple is longer than Merino and therefore it's easier to spin. This breed is well-suited to midrange and outerwear garments. Micron count is in the range of 25 to 30, with a staple length around 4 to 6 inches. Wet-felting properties are low to moderate. An excellent core wool for needle-felting. PRODUCT of CANADA
$4.00$30.87 Select options
Welsh – White (Top)
Welsh – White (Top)
Classification: DOWN-TYPE WOOL Combed top with a very minor amount of veg. The colour is ivory-white, liberally sprinkled with pure-white hairs and the odd light-brown as well. This is Welsh Mountain, a lofty fibre that makes terrific tweed fabrics, blankets and rugged outerwear. Micron count is in the range of 32 to 40, with a staple length from 2 to 6 inches. We can't locate any information in regards to felting properties. PRODUCT of UNITED KINGDOM
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Wool Nepps – White
Wool Nepps – White
These are fun little "bits" of wool, used by felters as an embellishment and used by spinners for blending to create tweedy yarns. Nepps are tiny little round balls of wool, about 2 to 3mm (1/8 inch) or so in diameter. Natural undyed white. PRODUCT of ITALY
$3.50$15.75 Select options