100% Australian Pure Wool saddle flocking/filling. A short fibre type which is very springy. Wool is the best fibre to use for saddles, as a natural fibre it lets the saddle breathe and soaks up all the oils from the horses coat. It is soft and clean, but may have a very small amount of grass seed and vegetable matter . This wool is Australian Breed Shropshire sheep grown in Victoria. It is scoured and carded by FeltFine. This is perfectly suitable as stuffing in toys/dolls and many other craft projects. It is also excellent as a core for larger needle felting projects to save on more expensive fibres. This price is for 250 grams. 1 kilo also available for $28.00 email for your order I do have a small quantity of coloured stuffing ...grey/brownish, so make a note if you would like this. It is same price. We are able to supply this filling as a batt which can then be used in pillow or doona making. Email us for a price and details.
Optim is a treatment which stretches the wool fibres to make the product longer and a lot finer. in the range of 12-14 Microns. Price is for 100 grams.
Rose fibre is made from the wild rose bush. It has amazing lustre and is fine with a soft handle.It is ideal to spin with to create fine yarn. Price is for 100 grams.
These needles are much stronger than other brands and will NOT break as easily if used correctly. Lime Needle description: 32 gauge / 3x3x3 barbs / 3.5 inch / coarse, fast Use Lime for cross-bred and coarse wools, such as Romney, Leicester or Lincoln, and fibres of similar or coarser diameter, such as Mohair, human hair and Hemp and Linen. Lime is a thick needle and should not be used with medium and finer fibres, (such as Merino or Alpaca) Pick Lime to secure fibre designs on thicker batts with a vertical stabbing action and to cross-link layers of wool in a pile prior to wet felting. to define design outlines prior to wet felting using an angled stabbing action. for speedy initial felting during early stage felting of sculptural projects, use both stabbing and jiggling actions. Once fibres begin to form felt this needle resists penetration and becomes harder to use, so change to needles such as Pink orMauve to form felt farther or Brown to create indentations. Green Needle description: 36 gauge / 3x3x3 barbs / 3 inch / fast; Use Green for early stages of felting coarse (cross-bred) wools. Green can also be used with medium wools such as Corriedale and Halfbred where the presence of pronounced...