A small green tones set of our South American Merino Wool Top. This includes 12 colors.
You will get 5g (0.18 oz) of each stored in a handy 100% post-consumer and post-industrial recycled, fully recyclable and biodegradable cardboard box.
We also offer this same set with larger amounts here.
Colors included in this set are:
- Ochre Yellow
- Neon Green
- Bright Green
- Spring Green
- Grass Green
- Dark Fir Green
- Loden Green
- Moss Green
- Forest Green
- Pastel Green
100% virgin South American Merino Wool Top in exquisite, fine 27 mic wool quality.
This carded and combed virgin wool is perfect for:
- wet felting
- needle felting
- giant knitting and
- making airy figurines like angels and fairies.
This wool is great for working with children and is often preferred in schools.
Although most people would call this a roving, it is in fact called Top.
The difference is the process it has gone through and the purpose it serves.
A Top has been carded and then combed to make all the fibers smooth and parallel. Wool Top is perfect for worsted or semi worsted spinning.
A Roving on the other hand has been taken from a carded batt (a blanket of interlocked and naturally crimped fiber) and not combed, and then pulled through a small hole in order to make a long continuous cord. A Roving is best for woolen spinning.
I bought this as well as other color tones. I also try to be environmentally conscious and loved that when I requested all the tones I ordered (5 in total!) be shipped in the same box, it was done! YAY! Also appreciated the personal follow up! And the colors look gorgeous!!
Thank you Lisa! It was our pleasure.
What wonderful greens, softness, and quality for my needle felting. Great service as well!
Thank you Mary! It’s a pleasure to work with you.
- Jennifer -
I am making felted plants so the variety of hues is exactly what I wanted. Quick shipping, great prices, great service. I even love the box this came in! Can't wait to make more stuff!
Thanks so much Abigail!
This is just the texture I was looking for n length of fiber.
Happy to hear Margaret!