F217-2 Lustrous Brushed Banded Washed 8-9" Natural Reborn Doll Mohair from Little Dipper (Orchid) .6 oz

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My Ashford products are all new in the box or package, unless specified otherwise.

I am an avid spinner and love exploring different fibers, mixing fibers, spinning novelty yarns and experimenting with natural and other dyes and dying methods.

This is .6 ounce of brushed, banded and washed natural colored lustrous wavy neck mohair locks from my colored angora doe Little Dipper (Orchid), who is the mother of Hatch, who was my first angora kid born on my farm. Orchid was born black but her fleece started getting silver and lightening with gray, brown taupe chocolate, and silver blond in different parts of her fleece. It is really stunning and soft and lustrous. These locks are from the neck portion of her fleece and are wavy and silky, fine and soft. They are natural pewter or gun metal gray colored and stunning.
This fleece is soft and silky. The locks average 8-9" in length. There is no vegetable matter as each lock was brushed before bundling and washing.
These locks are great for #doll hair, #reborn babies, felting, Doll hair rooting, tail spinning and many other projects. Absolutely natural with no dyes.

I am happy to combine shipping on multiple purchases and will refund you on Paypal or Etsy if there is an overage in shipping.
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Average review
Shipped quickly, and gorgeous long locks. Can't wait to finish this wig.
Jan 24, 2018 by Alicia Carroll
This is beautiful mohair! Can't wait to use it.
May 20, 2017 by ravenotter2

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