Briar Patch wool in its most valuable form - a 300 grams (10.5 ounces) bag, carded and ready for you to inflict your creativeness on. The bags are stuffed full of wonderful fibre as it has come out of the scour and been carded to comb out the rough bits and place it into slither form ready to be hand spun.
The Charcoal wool comes from the Arapawa sheep grown by Janette. Click here to view pictures of the Briar Patch Sheep before they were shorn this year.
For the ability to say we work with our sheep right from start, Janette and Amber hand sorted this wool themselves. We spent 2 days in a borrowed shearing shed classing the wool to bring you the best product we could - who could be more picky about the wool than those who are trying to bring you the highest quality product they can.
This wool will be great for you to spin and create into your own masterpieces.
Also good for felting projects.
To the right you will see a histogram of the testing results of this wool. Our charcoal came in at a mean (average) of 26.3 Microns.
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Briar Patch New Zealand Limited Te Toko Station
2879 Hauturu Road,
Waikato, New Zealand