Colorful squares of wool felt made from 100% virgin wool. Each square has an even color and thickness throughout the fabric. Each pack has 36 5-inch squares of felt in a variety of colors. Perfect for felting projects, appliqué, crafts with kids, quilting, and many other craft applications.
Made in the U.S.A.
Colors may vary slightly between dye lots. Every digital screen is calibrated differently. Slight variations in tone and saturation will vary from screen to screen. The actual color of your item may vary slightly from what you see on your screen.
The colors in each pack:
Happy Sheep: Royal Blue, Bright Red, Kelly Green, Dark Orange, Black, and Bermuda Sand.
Classic Homespun: Spring Valley, Cherry Cordial, Classic Navy, Summer Squash, Cantaloupe, and African Violet.
Sheepless Nights: Black, Bluer Than Blue, Bermuda Sand, Pretty In Pink, Mellow Yellow, and Dark Beige.
Original Homespun: Sea Grass, Blue Bonnet, Cottage Red, Honey Biscuit, Oatmeal, Brown Sugar, and Vintage Black.
Rustic Homespun: Honey Biscuit, Classic Nay, Cottage Red, Spring Valley, Spiced Cider, and Earl Grey.
Shady Sheep: Dark Plum, Spring Fern, Fawn, Bermuda Sand, Old Gold, and Midnight Dance.
About National Nonwovens:
Founded in 1905 as National Felt Company, National Nonwovens originated as a manufacturer of wool felt for use in apparel and home furnishings. A supplier of felt and other textile materials to the U.S. Government since World War I, the company has been at the forefront in the development of fiber and fiber-processing technologies for a multitude of military and commercial applications.
As the demands of emerging industries and changing markets have evolved over the years, National Nonwovens has adapted to their needs with leading-edge products. The company was the first in the United States to import needle punch equipment from Europe for fabricating natural and synthetic fibers into nonwoven textiles. Chemical bonding was introduced, and new plants were brought online, expanding needle punch capabilities to meet the burgeoning requirements of apparel, medical, and industrial customers.
Today, with the operating experience of over a century, and with ongoing investment in emerging technologies, National Nonwovens produces a multitude of different types of materials – all of which add up to more than 15 million pounds of textiles annually.
Corporate offices, along with research, engineering, and production, are located in building complexes located in Easthampton, Massachusetts. Committed to total control of the fabrication process, National Nonwovens is the only manufacturer of nonwoven material in the U.S. with its own dyeing facility and computer-controlled color-matching laboratory.