Hand Carded Rolags — Icelandic Wool — Silvery Grey

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Made in Lost Creek, West Virginia

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Thank you for your interest in our farmstead fiber products.

I love to prepare fibers by hand, so working with this special wool is a labor of love. This is an offer not only from me, but from our sheep too. I love hand spinning, knitting, crochet, and felting, thus almost fifteen years ago I became a shepherdess too! Today our flock of beautiful Icelandic sheep numbers 20 and growing! These lovely Rolags are made from the fleece of our big beautiful two-year-old ewe named DoodleBug (she’s registered). Your purchase from this Etsy shop helps the sheep on our farm get not just the basic care, but receive their much-deserved royal treatment too! Handwork is definitely a treat for me and I hope you’ll feel that way when you play with our fibers too!

I prepared these silvery grey Rolags by first hand washing and rinsing DoodleBug’s fleece with special wool soap and lavender oil. Then I hand carded light airy Rolags for you to use in your woolen hand spinning. These fluffy 100% wool supply preparations combine both the tog and the thel, the long fiber and the short downy soft fibers of the Icelandic sheep breed (These sheep are dual-coated — they grow not just one, but two fiber types!). I’d recommend you try out a long draw on these pouffs!

Seven Rolags = ½ ounce for $5.00 (For More You Can Special Order)

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