Angora Rabbit Top

Angora Rabbit Top

6 reviews

Paradise Fibers

T136

One of the oldest types of domestic rabbit, bred for the long, wispy fibers known as Angora Wool. There are 11 distinct breeds of Angora rabbit each prized for its wool, this Angora is of the french variety and has a longer staple length than most Angora tops of 2-3... Read More

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06/03/2020
I recommend this product

Angora Rabbit Top

It’s really soft but looking for something to add it to. As I was told it’s really warm. And I live in Hawaii. Any suggestions? Would appreciate a feedback

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Donna O.
United States United States
03/24/2020

Get

So soft. Planning to use this in some future blending projects.

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Linda S.
United States United States
02/11/2020

Excellent angora roving

I haven’t used it yet

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marilou k.
United States United States
02/26/2018

Great!

I am so excited about this fiber! It is soft and perfectly white. I intend to add it to some merino batts in hopes of doubling up on the softness of my final yarn! :)

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Serena
Austin, Texas
02/02/2018

Amazing

Amazing and so much fun to work with

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Geneva B.
Texas
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One of the oldest types of domestic rabbit, bred for the long, wispy fibers known as Angora Wool. There are 11 distinct breeds of Angora rabbit each prized for its wool, this Angora is of the french variety and has a longer staple length than most Angora tops of 2-3 inches. Originating in Ankara (present-day Turkey) the Angora was first brought to France in 1723. The Angora rabbit became a popular pet of French royalty and quickly spread to the rest of Europe by the end of the 18th century and to the United States in the early 20th century. The soft and silky fiber is a delight to hand spin due to its lightweight warmth, fine micron count of 14, and pure white color. 

This fiber takes dye beautifully and is a delight to blend with other fiber such as wool and silk.