Lovely smooshy South African Merino Wool that is soft and airy. It is classed as a fine quality as the micron count is 21 micron.
Ideal fibre for felting or spinning. This fibre is hand dyed so please bear in mind that each batch will vary and that within a roving there are natural variances in tones and saturation.
Please choose a colour name in the drop down menu to see a photo of the colour. Please note that the colour may vary from the images, we are due to photograph the colours and look forward to uploading them as soon as we can.
Approx 50g each
If you are finding it difficult to decide on a colour scheme, have a look at our mixed wool roving packs for themed colours in one 50g fibre pack. Corriedale mixed colour fibre and solid colour fibre packs also available on Wool Craft.
Getting started with Needle Felting
Needle felting is the exciting process of transforming wool into 3D objects, or adding details to wet felting, using a barbed needle.
Choosing a felting needle
We recommend you buy at least two of your desired needles because they tend to break when you first start out. Each type of needle performs a function:
Choosing a Felting Fibre
We have many fibres to play with, keep the following in mind when choosing:
- Karakul makes for a good base to felt over – it is inexpensive and used to create basic shapes that can be felted over by your chosen fibre.
- Depending on your project, choose your favourite felting fibre
- Locks are often used for doll hair, we have dyed locks and undyed locks
- DO NOT buy superwash, this fibre does not felt