Corriedale Cross Wool Top - 1 lb. Special

Corriedale Cross Wool Top - 1 lb. Special

113 reviews

Paradise Fibers

2088

The Corriedale Cross sheep is originally from Australia and New Zealand where farmers decided to cross Merino ewes with Lincoln or Leicester males. These sheep are now raised worldwide. The fleeces are densely packed but each fiber is thicker than their Merino counterpart. Corriedale Cross has a beautiful natural luster to it. With... Read More

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CG
01/27/2021
Cathy G.
United States United States
Top quality

Excellent

KA
01/07/2021
Katy A.
United States United States
Very good quality

Very good quality, and easy to work with.

NC
01/06/2021
Nanette C.
United States United States
Great for tweeding

I bought this to tweed with other fibers. I’ve done it on my cards and it’s beautiful, can’t wait to get my drum carder so I can go to town!

CS
12/29/2020
Cathy S.
United States United States
Corriedale Cross

This is always my favorite “go to” fiber for dyeing and spinning! It has a nice staple length for core spinning!

RS
12/17/2020
robin s.
United States United States
wonderful!

Lovely fiber. Easy to spin. Quick arrival. All around great!

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Product Details

The Corriedale Cross sheep is originally from Australia and New Zealand where farmers decided to cross Merino ewes with Lincoln or Leicester males. These sheep are now raised worldwide. The fleeces are densely packed but each fiber is thicker than their Merino counterpart. Corriedale Cross has a beautiful natural luster to it. With a long staple length and a springy crimp, this wool is perfect for learning how to spin, and a delight to spin for advanced spinners. This roving is buttery soft, absorbs dye beautifully, and felts with ease.

This wool is perfect for needle felting!  The springy texture and individual large diameters of the fibers make it easier for the needle barbs to catch the fibers. Adding Corriedale to a wet felting project helps slow the felting process giving you more control over the final result, also making the finished wet felted project bulkier.

Corriedale Cross Roving Details:

Micron Count: 25-32

Staple Length: 3-4.75inches or 80-120mm

Country of Origin: New Zealand