Corriedale Wool Roving, 50gm (1.75 oz) Bags

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Made in Morrinsville, New Zealand

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This listing allows you to pick and choose which colours you would like from my range of 46 colours.

The wool is packed in 50 gm (1.76 oz) packs. And a combined shipping rate applies for purchases of more than one 50gm bag.

50 gm (1.76 oz) bags
100% NZ Corriedale wool
27 - 30 micron
4.5 inch staple length

While every effort is made to show you the true color of each wool sample, there may be some variation due to the quality of the photo and the coloring through your computer monitor. In order to help you choose your colors I have added a brief description beside each one.

NOTE: Photo four has Black, Turquoise and the new color Fluoro Blue (#47 on the color list). I have included Turquoise to show you the difference in color between that and Fluoro Blue. Fluoro Blue is a beautful bright blue, slightly lighter than Turquoise, the same color that is so popular in many of our modern clothes, very beautiful. I am so excited to stock it and am sure it will make a lovely addition to the range of colors I offer.

Color Range:

1. Raspberry ------- A burgundy color
2. Magenta --------- Bright cerise pink
3. Grey -------------- Mid-grey
4. White - ------------Plain white, un-dyed
5. Cookie ----------- Light brown/beige
6. Butterscotch ----Light golden brown
7. Toffee ------------- Medium brown
8. Chocolate ------- Dark brown
9. Turquoise -------- Bright teal-blue
10. Pansy --------------Very bright medium pink
11. Marshmallow ---Medium dull pink
12. Candyfloss ------Pretty light pink
13. Cupcake ---------Pale baby pink
14. Strawberry ------Pale red
15. Chilli Pepper ---Bright red
16. Nutmeg ---------Soft burnt orange, slightly brown tones
17. Cherry Red -----Dark Red
18. Aubergine ------Dark Burgundy
19. Spearmint ------Medium Teal/green
20. Fern Green -----Dark dull green
21. Olive Green ----Medium Olive green
22. Green ------------Bright green, almost slightly teal overtones
23. Mint --------------Soft baby green
24. Lime Green ----Bright light green
25. Beansprout ----Light Olive Green
26. Kiwifruit --------Mid Green
27. Green Tea -----Dark Green
28. Purple ----------Dark Purple
29. Grape Jelly ---Dusky pinkish-purple
30. Lilac ------------Light Purple
31. Lavender -----Pale Pinky-Purple
32. Ice --------------Light baby blue, a shade lighter than Bubblegum
33. Bubblegum --Light blue
34. Lagoon---------Medium Blue, slightly teal tone
35. Blue -------------Medium Royal Blue
36. Blueberry Pie -Dull greyish blue, almost a denim blue
37. Orange -------- Bright Orange
38. Cheesecake --Medium golden yellow
39. Yellow ----------Bright highlighter yellow
40. Skin Tone -----Pale skin colour, very light beige
41. Honey ----------Very soft golden yellow
42. Lemon ---------Pale yellow
43. Tangerine -----Bright mid-orange
44. Peach ----------Medium dull orange, slightly brown in tone
45. Pumpkin Pie --Burnt Orange
46. Liquorice ------Black (see photo 4)
47. Fluoro Blue ----Bright tealy blue used in our modern clothing, lighter than Turquoise (photo 4)

White corriedale wool is great for dyeing if you prefer to personalise your creations even further. I have tried dyeing it and achieved some nice soft teddy golds and browns.

Living in New Zealand, I have direct access to our top quality NZ Corriedale wool sliver (roving)from Ashfords. My wool is all 100% pure New Zealand wool.

Ashfords wool fiber comes in a wide range of vibrant, exciting colors, from white and light brown, to beautiful blues, lavenders, pinks, green and yellow, with no flecks or marling.

This wool is 27-30 micron, with 4.5 inch staple length, and is my favorite fiber for needle felting. Because of its slight crimp, it felts up fast and as it is inexpensive, I use it all the way through my creations, so the color on the outside is the colour on the inside. I don't need to use a core wool and then 'skin' over the outside with my chosen colors.

This is 100% NZ wool, from pasture fed sheep living in our NZ high country sheep stations. The sheep are well cared for and are not mulesed,

The wool is processed at Ashfords boutique NZ mill. The dyes used comply with the strict EU regulations and projects made from the sliver can be certified under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. This standard is the most widely known standard for certification of ecologically-safe projects and clothing.

To see more of my products:

Average review
Prompt service and item as described
Mar 6, 2018 by Rachel Bell Nash
Prompt service and item as described.
Mar 6, 2018 by Rachel Bell Nash
Love the assortment of colors! Looking forward to be using it in my project .
Dec 29, 2017 by Tracy
Great colour looking forward to be using it for project .Will be back for sure.
Dec 29, 2017 by Tracy
Aug 24, 2016 by tmsavage1974

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