100% Merino wool
Super Chunky yarn felts just enough to give your knitted creation a look of coziness, with stitches almost invisible, and is good for both wet felting and needle felting projects. After felting in a washing machine at high temperature Super Chunky yarn shrinks by approximately 28%. Make a swatch and felt it before starting an actual project.
Weight: Super Bulky
Ball: 100g / 3.5oz – 40m / 44yds
Care instructions: Hand wash / Dry Flat / Do not bleach / Do not iron
Made from the finest, hand-selected, Canadian Merino and Rambouillet fleeces, the Wool Wet Felting Batts are one to two inches thick and are composed of multiple layers of thin fibre web that can be separated and peeled away to achieve your desired felt thickness and weight.
Each batt weighs approximately 1 lb. They are available in many colors. Price is per lb.
The 100% Canadian Wool Felted Mats, sometimes called ‘pre-felt’ are soft, pliable mats made from wet felted Merino or Rambouillet carded wool. They are excellent as a canvas for needle felting or used as a base for wet felting. They can also be washed down to make a harder felt.
This thick, felted, fabric can also be used for things like mitts, boot liners, bed pads, and baby soakers. They are available in many colours. For bed or baby soaker pads, we recommend you get them in natural white.
Each mat measures approximately 20 inches x 24 inches and weights 0.5 lbs. Price is per mat.
100% Canadian Mohair Locks are washed, uncarded locks of fibre from the Angora Goat. They have a unique, tight wave and brilliant lustre. They take dye excellently and can be used to add texture and shine to wool felt and hand-spun yarns. They are also commonly used for doll hair, Santa beards, and teddy bear fur.
We offer them in natural white as well as assorted dyed colours. In the assorted dyed colour pack you will get a random assortment of at least 5 colours. Price is per 60 gr package.
Silky, soft mulberry silk top for spinning or felting.
Mulberry silk is the highest quality silk available in the world. It’s produced from the silk made by the Bombyx mori that feeds exclusively on the leaves of white mulberry trees. Because they eat only this diet, the silk that is produced is the finest available anywhere.
It’s also 100% hypoallergenic and odorless, so you don’t have to worry about any strange smells and there is significantly less chance of having an allergic reaction
Hand dyed in a dreamy tonal blend of rich colours. The perfect addition to your dry or wet felted art Can be added to a nuno felt project for an element of luxury and texture.
Sold by the Gram
Our Rami, from Italy, can be used in felting, spinning and paper making. It can combined with linen and cotton or any kind of fibers to make blends. It’s shinier than cotton.Ramie is made from the stalks of the plant called Chinese Nettle (Boehmeria nivea). Linen is similar, but it is made from the stalks of the flax plant.
Ramie has been used for over five thousand years in China, India and Indonesia, so it’s older than cotton. It was traditionally very popular in Japan, although it is hardly known in North America.
The spun threads have an inherent stiffness, like linen, and so can be woven into a lightweight open-weave pattern that is very cool and refreshing in humid climates. Since silk was reserved for the upper-classes, the working folk in Japan used ramie as their luxury fabric.