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Fibers, wool, dyes

Fibers, wool, dyes

Fibers for spinning, weaving and felt, slivers, batts and fleece, carded wool for felting: cotton, linen, silk, cashmere, yak, camel, ramie, nettle, hemp.
Wool and skein for knitting and weaving : wool, silk, cotton, flax, nettle, hemp.
Vegetable dyes and natural : indigo, madder, cochineal.
Mordants for natural dyes.
Universal dyes : Dylon, Rit.


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  1. Mérinos 21 microns
  2. Mérinos 23 microns

    23 microns Merino top

    €3.60

    23mic 64's Natural Merino Top.

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  3. 23" Merino / Glitz / Tencel 50/25/25

    23" Merino / Glitz / Tencel 50/25/25

    €5.50

    Merino, glitz and tencel blend.

    5 passes for an uniform blend.

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  4. 23" Merino / Tencel 70/30

    23" Merino / Tencel 70/30

    €5.50

    The softness of merino wool combined with the brightest viscose similar in feel to silk for a bright/dull contrast.

    5 passes for an uniform blend.

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  5. 23" Merino / Tencel 70/30

    23" Merino / Tencel 70/30

    €5.50
    The softness of merino wool combined with the brightest viscose similar in feel to silk for a bright/dull contrast. Learn More Learn More
  6. Acrylique et angelina

    80% Acrylic 20% Angelina Top Violet

    €5.50

    The Acrylic top is semi-dull but with a tint of Angelina gives it a violet sparkle. Very effective.

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  7. Soie maulbère
  8. Acrylic top

    Acrylic top

    €2.50

    The Acrylic top is semi-dull and has a wonderful matt texture.

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  9. Baby alpaga

    Baby Alpaca top

    €8.30

    Baby Alpaca is considered to be a luxury fibre. Its fine and soft properties give yarns and fabrics a soft handle. It is available in varying natural hues from white through to fawn, to browns, and grey to black.

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  10. Baby Llama top

    Baby Llama top

    €13.40

    Llama is considered to be a luxurious fibre around 20/21mic. Very similar to alpaca.

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  11. Alpaga Royal Baby super-fin

    Baby Royal Superfine Alpaca Top

    €14.90

    Baby Alpaca is considered to be a luxury fibre. Its fine and soft properties give yarns and fabrics a soft handle.

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  12. Bambou en ruban

    Bamboo Top

    €5.60

    Bamboo is a relatively new fibre. This fibre is produced from Bamboo pulp (like viscose pulp). It is soft to handle with good absorbency and can be used in blends with other fibres or 100%.

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  13. Banana top
  14. Alpaga noir / soie tussah

    Black Alpaca/Extra Bleached Tussah Silk Top

    €9.50

    This is a luxury blend. It is a combination of a lustrous silk and luxurious fibre to produce a unique effect and a soft silky feel.

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  15. Diamant noir

    Black Diamond Bamboo

    €7.80

    Black Diamond (Black Gold) Bamboo Top

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  16. Viscose noir

    Black Viscose (wood pulp) Top

    €3.90

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    Black Viscose (wood pulp) Top
    Viscose fibre with a soft silky handle with interesting characteristics. Produced from wood pulp.

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  17. Yak blanchi

    Bleached De-Haired Yak Down

    €19.00

    Yak is considered to be a luxurious fibre. Its natural colour is brown and lies between cashmere and camel for quality and is used as a cashmere substitute in fabrics.

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  18. Lin blanchi

    Bleached Flax/Linen Top

    €3.80

    Bleached flax is a plant fibre. It has a natural sheen and is long, strong and golden in colour.

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  19. Soie tussah
  20. Blue faced leicester

    Blue faced leicester

    €5.70

    Blue faced Leicester wool is fine and dense with a good lustre and is long. Therefore, it is well suited to combing.

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  21. Glitz

    Bright Trilobal Nylon Top

    €3.90
    Combed nylon fibre with a shiny sparkle appearance.
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  22. Gotland cardé
  23. Cheviot Wool Top

    Cheviot Wool Top

    €2.90

    The Cheviot fleece varies in quality from fine to coarse and has many applications, making this wool very versatile. It is of a good, white colour overall. It is not too crimpy and is quite resilient, which makes Cheviot wool suitable for filling purposes. The fineness is approx. 30-35microns and length, 80-100mm. Perfect for hand spinning, hand felting and many other craft uses.

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  24. Corriedale

    Corriedale Wool Top

    €3.00

    The Corriedale fleece is a bright white with good crimp and soft handle and is very even. The wool produced is approx. 25-30microns and staple length, 80-120mm.

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  25. Cotton Fibre

    Cotton Fibre

    €2.80

    Cotton is a non-lustrous, short plant fibre.

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  26. Yak peigné

    De haired yak Top

    €16.80

    Yak is struggling to be recognised as a luxury fibre.

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  27. Baby chameau

    De-Haired Baby Camel Top

    €16.80

    Camel hair is a luxury fibre. We have selected the best baby camel hair, which is very soft and fine with a superior feel to other camel qualities. This is traditionally used in fine yarns and woven fabrics for its colour and softness.

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  28. Baby chameau blanc

    De-Haired white Baby Camel Top

    €16.80

    Camel hair is a luxury fibre. We have selected the best baby camel hair, which is very soft and fine with a superior feel to other camel qualities. This is traditionally used in fine yarns and woven fabrics for its colour and softness.

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  29. Cachemire en rubn peigné

    De-Haired White Chinese Cashmere Top

    €18.60

    Cashmere is one of the most luxurious fibres available. This exclusive fibre is used extensively in high end knitwear.

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  30. Devon

    Devon wool top

    €2.90

    The wool fleece is one of the heaviest clips in the UK with fleeces weighing up to 10kgs. The lambs from this breed are excellent for knitwear and woven fabrics. The fineness is approx. 40-60microns and length, 200-250mm.
     

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  31. Dorset horn Wool Top

    Dorset horn Wool Top

    €3.10

    A very rare breed sheep with dense locks and a strong but irregular crimp in the fibres.

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  32. Dyed Merino 18mic Top

    Dyed Merino 18mic Top

    Starting at: €3.40

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  33. Dyed Merino 21mic Top

    Dyed Merino 21mic Top

    Starting at: €2.80

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  34. Dyed Merino 23mic Top

    Dyed Merino 23mic Top

    Starting at: €2.70

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  35. Mérinos de couleur en mélange

    Dyed Merino Tops Rainbow blends

    €6.50

    Dyed Merino Tops 23 mic are perfect for hand spinning and felting projects.

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  36. Soie tussah de couleur
  37. Eider wool

    Eider wool

    €2.00

    Eider wool, from german sheep.

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  38. Soie pedoncule

    Eri silk top

    €13.00

    This wonderfully shimmering silk is very strong due to it's natural density compared to other silks.

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  39. Falkland

    Falkland Wool Top

    €3.30

    Fineness ranges from 18/19microns to 32/33microns with the bulk of the wool being in the 27-30microns category. The length is 80-100mm with the fleece showing good bulkiness and soft handle.

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  40. Nylon

    Fine Denier White Nylon Top

    €3.90

    Combed white nylon blending fibre to add strength to your yarns.

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  41. Mouton finlandais

    Finnish Wool Top

    €3.40

    Finnish wool is very similar to Blue Faced Leicester wool in appearance, it is approx 28/30 Microns making it a good felting wool. This is available in 2 natural shades.

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  42. Alpaga gris / soie tussah

    Grey Alpaca/Extra Bleached Tussah Silk Top

    €9.50

    This is a luxury blend. It is a combination of a lustrous silk and luxurious fibre to produce a unique effect and a soft silky feel.

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  43. Gotland gris

    Grey Gotland Top

    €3.10

    Lambs-wool of this breed is in demand for its softness and lustre, being long enough to be combed. The fleece is also quite curly and similar in some ways to mohair. The fibre fineness ranges from 30-44microns with the lambs-wool at the finer end. The length is approx. 80-150mm.

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  44. Merinos gris

    Grey Merino Top

    €4.00

    23mic 64's Grey Merino Top

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  45. Mérinos gris / soie tussah extra blanche

    Grey Merino Wool / extra bleached tussah silk

    €4.80

    The softness of merino wool combined with the lustre of silk.

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  46. Suffolk gris clair

    Grey Suffolk Top

    €2.70

    This UK breed is classified as short-wool and down. Its dense fleece is suited to knitwear and any other application where a good bulk is required.

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  47. Hemp fibre top

    Hemp fibre top

    €4.90

    Out of stock

    This is a very strong durable fibre, very similar to flax but finer. Hemp is a natural golden colour and works well using as a blending fibre with wool. Hemp is used in many applications, from clothing to automotive industry. A very special fibre!! Learn More Learn More
  48. Herdwick

    Herdwick

    €2.70

    A coarse quality hard wearing wool. Approx 40 microns and a length of 85-90mm. Perfect for hand spinning.

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  49. Shetland blanc et moorit

    Humbug Shetland

    €5.00

    Shetland wool is in demand for hand made textiles because of its variety of colours and adaptable quality.

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  50. Icelandic

    Icelandic wool top

    €3.40

    Icelandic wool is dense with a good lustre and is long. Therefore, it is well suited to combing. This is one of the best felting wools in the world.

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