Heather Navy blue with fuchsia and turquoise. 100% Wool fiber for felting, spinning or weaving. Fiber carded in roving. Heathered wool

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laine, Laine à feutrer, Nappe de laine, Laine cardée

Color # 12 Heather navy blue
(Navy blue fibers with touches of fuchsia and turquoise)

This 100% Wool Roving (also called roping) is a thick, continuous cords of carded wool. This roving is made using dorset wool, a wool with medium fibre thickness and good durability. They are approximately 2"-3" in diameter.

You can use it for needle and wet felting. This wool roving is also an excellent choice for weaving and they are long enough for spinning

Need more wool? Just let me know how much you need and I will make a listing just for you!
Weight Unit Conversions

10 gr = .35 ounces
25 gr = .88 ounce
50 gr= 1.76 ounces
100 gr = 3.53 ounces
400 gr = 14.1 ounces

.5 ounce = 14.2 gr
1 ounce= 28.4 gr
2 ounces = 56.7 gr
4 ounces = 113.4 gr
8 ounces = 226.8 gr
16 ounces = 453.5 gr

*** SHIPPING: If the shipping cost is less than the amount you have paid, I will REFUND YOU the difference.

Wool carding :
Rovings and batts (or batting) have both been pulled through carding machines which comb and align the fibers to some degree. But with batting, the wool comes off the machine in thin sheets which are layered to form thicker fluffy sheets. The layering results in a textured wool where the fibers are no longer aligned, making it perfect for needle felting as it felts up very quickly. Roving, on the other hand, is processed one step further and pulled off the machine in ropes where the fibers are mostly aligned. Though the fibers are more aligned, this form of wool still retains the wool's natural crimp, making it another excellent choice for felting.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need additional information.

The color of the image always depends on your monitor and may not reflect the exact color of the product.
Color # 12 Heather navy blue
(Navy blue fibers with touches of fuchsia and turquoise)

This 100% Wool Roving (also called roping) is a thick, continuous cords of carded wool. This roving is made using dorset wool, a wool with medium fibre thickness and good durability. They are approximately 2"-3" in diameter.

You can use it for needle and wet felting. This wool roving is also an excellent choice for weaving and they are long enough for spinning

Need more wool? Just let me know how much you need and I will make a listing just for you!
Weight Unit Conversions

10 gr = .35 ounces
25 gr = .88 ounce
50 gr= 1.76 ounces
100 gr = 3.53 ounces
400 gr = 14.1 ounces

.5 ounce = 14.2 gr
1 ounce= 28.4 gr
2 ounces = 56.7 gr
4 ounces = 113.4 gr
8 ounces = 226.8 gr
16 ounces = 453.5 gr

*** SHIPPING: If the shipping cost is less than the amount you have paid, I will REFUND YOU the difference.

Wool carding :
Rovings and batts (or batting) have both been pulled through carding machines which comb and align the fibers to some degree. But with batting, the wool comes off the machine in thin sheets which are layered to form thicker fluffy sheets. The layering results in a textured wool where the fibers are no longer aligned, making it perfect for needle felting as it felts up very quickly. Roving, on the other hand, is processed one step further and pulled off the machine in ropes where the fibers are mostly aligned. Though the fibers are more aligned, this form of wool still retains the wool's natural crimp, making it another excellent choice for felting.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need additional information.

The color of the image always depends on your monitor and may not reflect the exact color of the product.

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Lucie Bourassa

Lucie Bourassa

Lévis, Canada

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The merino top roving and Corriedale batts are produce with respect of the environment (Oeko-Tex certification). These fibers are also produce with respect of the health of the sheep and I only propose non-mulesed Merino (No-mulesing Certification).

Oeko-tex Certification :
Dyed fibers has organic based dyes. They meet the human-ecological requirements of the standard according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and present zero health risks.
More info here: www.oeko-tex.com

No-Mulesing Certification : I am working with serious suppliers who are aware that sheeps are raised gently and treated with respect. Merino wool fibers are no-mulesing certified.
There is a minimal processing in the production of the Fine Merino wool batts because we believe that the industry processes of using acids to burn out the VM (Vegetable matter) are unacceptable from an environmental point of view. This means that some VM remain in the fleeces and we remove them after by hand-sorting.

My producer is responsible for all of his wastewater management and protecting environment is very important to him. Wool fibers are washed with one wash in a plant-based, readily biodegradable detergent, then rinse with water. The dyed batts are first dyed with standard acid leveling dyes for protein fibres (not organic).

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