3 oz of fun curly locks of Corriedale/CVM/Wensleydale cross wool from a eww named Alfreda. Staple length is 4 ish “ Unstretched. These would be awesome for art batts or felting or... This fleece is super soft and silky and has minimal vm. The cut ends are a little bit stuck together but they pull apart easily. Three ounces. Photos taken in natural light with no filters or flash. The locks are maybe a little lighter in color than the photo looks, but they're super bright.
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