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Combed Top Merino Wool Roving Sampler Pack. Beautiful undyed merino in two different colors. You will get 2 oz of my Bare White and 2 oz of my Bare Brown. Wonderful to spin and to felt with. You can choose to dye it or work with it as it is. It can be a wonderful gift!

Australian Merino
2 oz White
2 oz Light Brown
133 grams total

All my fiber comes from a non smock, non pet environment
I store and send out my fibers with lavender sachets to keep pests away. Please let me know if you are allergic to lavender to avoid sending with your order.

I do my best to get pictures from different angles to capture and show the beauty of the color combinations. Remember that your monitor may show colors different than mine. I'm always open for questions.

You can see the rest of my store here: http://beesybee.etsy.com

Frequently asked questions about beesybee

Yes, although shipping prices depends upon location. I'm also refund any shipping overcharges greater than $ 1.50
Shipping parcels to oversees has been increased this year by the USPS. The prices to mail parcels to Canada are:
1 to 9 oz = $ 9.50
9 to 32 oz (2 lb) = 15.50
32 oz to 48 (3 lb) oz = 23.75

Please note that, when adding items to your cart, the shipping prices might also surpass the prices quoted here, I will send refunds for any shipping overcharges greater than $1.50 after purchasing the shipping label.
Yes! The Targhee and Merino are from the USA, proudly raised and processed here in our country. The Rambouillet is French from small french farms, processed in the UK and all the other wool are sourced from the UK. None of these places practice mulesing.
Just so you know, stressed sheep won't produce beautiful fiber.