130 gram pack of hand dyed fleece ~ a mix of separated curls and staple cloud
Kettle dyed colour so you will see lots of variation on depth of colour(s). Curls for lock spinning or felting, staple cloud for spinning or felting. You will possibly need to do a bit more fibre prep, depending on what your intended use is.
This fleece is from a young animal 8 - 10 months of age. This is the sheep's first shearing. Soft, lustrous and showing plenty of the characteristic curl.
The Wanstead Park English Leicester flock is registered with the ASSBA. They live in the Northern Midlands of Tasmania. As a heritage Rare Breed, there are limited numbers left in Australia. Their wool is prized for its wonderful lustre.
STUD BOOK FLEECE DESCRIPTION : Dense, free, long, even and highly lustrous; lock medium width, showing small, well-defined wave or crimp from skin to tip, belly well covered. Approx, 32-38 micron.