10g bag of Angelina Fibres in Gold.
10g bag of Angelina Fibres in Silver.
Convenient seven colour packs of our popular 30 micron Corriedale sliver pre-packaged in 100gm bags.
Perfect for all fibrecrafts - needle felting, wet felting, spinning, blending or carding.
7 collections to choose from - Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring, Pastels, Furry Friends and Fluro.
Micron 27-30, Staple length approx. 11cm (4¼ins). Corriedale wool has a defined, even crimp and is smooth and easy to spin or felt. You can spin a fine to medium woollen, worsted or semi-worsted yarn. Corriedale will bulk after washing and has good elasticity. It is ideal for baby wear, woven, knitted or crocheted garments. Ashford Corriedale sliver is a 100% New Zealand product with wool from pasture-fed sheep.
100g Bag of Mulberry Silk fibres.
Mulberry silk is pure white and is from silkworms fed on Mulberry leaves. Silk is pure luxury. Silk has many qualities. As well as its natural sheen, it is strong, resistant to pilling, and the long fibres make it easy to spin. It looks stunning when dyed and blends beautifully with other fibres.
100g bag of rainbow dyed English Leicester fleece. Micron 38-40, Staple length approx. 17.5cm (7ins). A beautiful high lustre wool with a well defined crimp ideal for medium to thick yarns.
Ideas for Use:
- Separate into individual groups of colour.
- Spinning - Open the fibre out and spin a soft single thread. Ply with a fine cotton, silk or commercial woollen thread to strengthen the yarn for knitting. The fine thread will be almost hidden in the yarn and won't obscure the fabulous colours.
- Weaving - Use the beautiful shiney staples for extra texture in handwoven fabrics. Handknot the staples into beautiful rugs or wall hangings.
- Felting - Use the coloured staples as surface decoration. They look fantastic lightly felted into the surface of a natural colour felt.
100g bag of Tussah Silk fibres.
Tussah is naturally soft beige and is from silkworms fed on Oak leaves. It has a very long staple. It is strong, lustrous and more resilient than cultivated "white" silks. Silk is pure luxury. Silk has many qualities. As well as its natural sheen, it is strong, resistant to pilling, and the long fibres make it easy to spin. It dyes beautifully and blends well with other fibres.