From Wiki: Bond sheep are an Australian sheep breed that was developed around 1909 near Lockhart, New South Wales by Thomas Bond when he mated Saxon-Peppin Merino ewes to stud Lincoln rams for primarily wool production. The resulting progeny was selected on the basis that they would be more suited to the Riverina environment. Initially these sheep were known as ‘the Commercial Corriedale’.
In 1979, the name was changed to Bond and the Bond Sheepbreeders Association was formed at Lockhart in 1984.
So soft, this roving makes a very fine thread, great for that special lace project. Or, spin it up fingering and make a hat and scarf.
Sold in 4 ounce balls
This was purchased raw from Gleeson's Fine Woolies, and processed by Morro Fleece Works.
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