Finn Sheep were originally imported to North America to use in cross-breeding programs and increase the lambing percentage of commercial flocks. A medium wool with a micron count from 24-31 and a staple length from 3-6 inches. Suitable for hand-spinning and knitting of outer garments such as sweaters, socks, hats,... Read More
This Finn top spins like a dream. I love the consistency of the top and the elasticity and springiness of the fiber. Love this breed of sheep!
It was so lovely and soft, it spun up very nicely
I really love this Finn roving for wet felting vessels. It allows detail work if embellished heavily, as fibers will migrate, but vessels are very sturdy and keep their shape when dry. It dyes like a champ as well.
Excellent...used this fiber for our spinning bee at The Big E (New England State Fair)...participants loved it. I am using the rest for Spinzilla!
High micron but still a very pliable fiber. It spins very easily and paradise fibers' service is always great!