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Naturally Dyed Kainuu Grey Finnsheep Wool, calluna, carded batt, 130 g, 4.5oz

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130 grams (4.5 oz) baby Grey Finnsheep wool. Naturally dyed with calluna. Yellow greyish green tone. Carded batt. For handspinning, felting and other wool crafts.

My friend carefully picked this wool from an organic sheep farm in the eastern Finland. Then she dyed it with hand picked heather "calluna" from Finnish nature. After dyeing the locks were carded by a small carding company in Finland for us. Then I washed the batt carefully and carded it again with Strauch Finest Standard drumcarder.

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RARE BREED - GREY FINNSHEEP

This wool is from the breed called Grey Finnsheep, also called as Kainuu Grey or Kainuun Harmas. It is a different breed from commonly known Finnsheep. It is a rare breed which has finer fur than the ordinary Finnsheep. Grey Finnsheep are usually seen in different shades of grey and with black face and feet. Some are born white as the baby sheep this wool is from.

Me and my friend want to keep the sheep breed alive by processing and selling this fine wool bred by the farmers from our childhood area.
Päivi Eerola

Naturally Dyed Kainuu Grey Finnsheep Wool, calluna, carded batt, 130 g, 4.5oz

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  • Material: wool
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  • Ships worldwide from Vantaa, Finland
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