North Country Cheviot (Rustic Roving)


Classification: DOWN-TYPE WOOL

Thick and chunky rustic roving, in an ivory-white shade. There are different regional variations on Cheviot, but they have similar fibre. Cheviot is known for having bulky and springy staples of medium length with very little lustre. Its traditional uses range from blankets and carpets to midrange and outerwear clothing. It’s a strong fibre and can be useful for socks.

Micron count is usually in the 27 to 33 range, with a staple length of 3 to 5 inches. Wet-felting properties are low. An excellent core wool for needle-felting.


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