Paradise Fibers Cheviot Wool Roving- 1 lb. Special

Paradise Fibers Cheviot Wool Roving- 1 lb. Special

141 reviews

Paradise Fibers

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Cheviot Wool top in a beautiful natural white color.  Helical crimp - 3 dimensional structures that gives the wool resilience and bounce.  The micron count is between 27-33 and this fiber has a 4-5 inch staple length.  The wool top is open without being slippery making it an excellent wool... Read More

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MK
10/09/2020
Maedith K.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Glad I followed their recommendation.

BO
09/09/2020
Barbara O.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Great fiber for experimenting and learning

This fiber is great for spinners who wish to experiment with dying as well as the newbie spinner.

BO
09/09/2020
Barbara O.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Great fiber

This is an excellent buy for a new spinner. Its economical and easy to work.

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RG
08/08/2020
Radhika G.
United States United States
Feels great - well processed.

Love the feel - thankyou.

KO
07/03/2020
Katie O.
United States United States
Great product

Wonderful quality.

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Product Details

Cheviot Wool top in a beautiful natural white color.  Helical crimp - 3 dimensional structures that gives the wool resilience and bounce.  The micron count is between 27-33 and this fiber has a 4-5 inch staple length.  The wool top is open without being slippery making it an excellent wool for beginning spinners.  The yarn produced from Cheviot wool is a pleasure to knit, crochet and weave with. 1 lb. equals about 20 yards.

HISTORY:

Cheviot sheep originated in the Cheviot Hills on the border of England and Scotland.  They were referred to as the Border Cheviot and are the foundation stock for the Brecknock and the North Country Cheviots.  This hardy breed can withstand harsh environments and are known for being great mothers.  Cheviot tweeds are a traditional woven fabric, famous for their crispness and durability, making it a popular suiting material for both men and women.