Meet the FeltFine Products: Solid Coloured Australian Merino Wool Tops

Clare Thornley

FeltFine sells raw materials and tools for fibre artists. Our product list includes a huge variety of animal and plant fibres (dyed and natural), silks, recycled sari silks, hand- and machine-spun yarns, solid and scrappy batts (in a variety of fibres and colours), dyes, and tools (such as spinning needles, looms, knitting needles, crochet hooks and felting needles). This is the first in a series of blog posts to help FineFine customers become better acquainted with the products we sell.

Do you love colour? FeltFine stocks more than 80 different colours of solid dyed Australian merino wool tops. From Amber to Violet, Oyster to Raven and every shade in between, we are sure to have a colour that is perfect for your next project or sparks your creativity. Click here to see the full offering. Solid merino tops are $7.75/100g. If you order online, the tops are sold by the 100 grams. If you buy from us in person (at our location in Jilliby or at a market/show), you can weigh out the amount you want.

Can't decide which colour you like best or want to try a variety of colours? Then you should check out our Merino Mix Packs. Each pack includes a total of 250g of tops/roving in a variety of shades. Choose from one of our single colour packs (Rosy Red, Yummy Yellow, Grand Green, Purple Plush or Hazy Grey) for five different hues of the same colour. If a multi-colour pack is more your thing, we sell packs that include ten different complimentary colours (Easter Bunny, Christmas Cracker, Halloween, Wooly Waves, Pretty Pastels, Very Berry, Beautiful Brights, Autumn Leaves, Starry Night and Winter Wonderland). Click here to view the full range of Merino Mix Packs.


These packs are perfect for spinning, felting, weaving and craft. They make great gifts!

Chromaticity at its best!

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  • Hi Julie – We buy our fibres and yarns from companies in the UK and India. We are looking into incorporating locally processed fibres and locally spun yarns into our store as well. Cheers – Clare


  • is your merino processed in Australia or do you get it from china


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