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June | Multicolour wool top for felting or spinning | 100gr/3.5 oz | BFL and bio-nylon

Please note: the darker areas of this hand dyed fibre are teal green, but my camera had trouble capturing it. The closest is the main photo (first photo shown).

Dive into some woolly goodness with this fun multicolour wool top for felting or spinning. An absolute wonderful blend of BFL wool and bio-nylon, this will make some lovely soft-yet-sturdy felted project. If spinning, it’ll make perfect sock yarn, or for any other harder-wearing projects.

Main info at a glance:

    • Fibre blend: BFL wool and bio-nylon
    • Bio-nylon: same sturdiness as regular nylon, but eco-friendly
    • Hand dyed in teal green, neon pink, neon yellow, dark blue
    • 100g or 3.5oz


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This glorious blend of BFL wool top for felting or spinning and bio-nylon is the eco-warrior’s dream: sturdy enough for harder wearing projects, yet fully compostable when no longer needed.

I hand dyed this wool top in a longer section of teal green (please note that the photos don’t show its true deeper green), neon pink, yellow, green and a deep blue. Together, these colours go happily together and make for a fun mix.

There is a total of 100 grams (or 3.5 ounces) of woolly goodness for you to play with as you wish.

About BFL wool and bio-nylon

Blue Faced Leicester (or BFL for short) is an amazing wool for spinning and felting. It’s soft like Merino but it’s shinier because it has a longer staple length. It’s extremely suited for beginner spinners and a joy to use for experienced ones as well. It’s a great fibre for next-to-skin projects.

Bio-nylon is a wonderful replacement for regular nylon. Like the regular artificial fibre, it lends extra strength to the wool (perfect for making yarn suitable for socks or other harder wearing garments) but it doesn’t stay in the world forever. Bio-nylon will act as regular nylon for as long as want it to, but once you feel the fibre has run its course, you can pop it in the composting pile and it’ll start decomposing back into the soil. The best of two worlds.

Is this fibre a wool top or a roving?

I hope you think this is a good question, because there is definitely a difference between combed wool top and roving. Both expressions are often used to represent the same item, but they are quite different. In fact, I am inserting this explanation here so I can use the expression “wool roving” correctly and still please the search algorithm gods. Sneaky.

Combed wool top such as this are processed in the mill to remove the short fibre staples, and all the longer remaining fibres have been combed to face the same direction.

Wool roving, on the other hand, still retains some shorter fibres and not all face the same direction, so it will have a fuzzier appearance.

Both are fantastic types of fibre processing, they’re just different.

Colour Disclaimer

I’ve done my very best to ensure colours show true, but the teal green is much greener than the grey-ish colour on my monitor. Please also bear in mind your monitor settings might differ from mine.

Additional information

Weight0.100 kg
Fibre Content

BFL and bio-nylon


fuchsia pink, teal green, Blue, Yellow, Yellow Green


  • Keep wool top/roving or art batts in a dry room away from direct sunlight. Airtight boxes are recommended. Don’t place anything heavy on top of the fibre to avoid squishing it.
    Handle silk hankies with moisturised hands to avoid them sticking to your skin.
  • I recommend adding lavender sachets to the storage container for pest prevention.
  • Hand wash your finished product separately using wool-specific detergents, dry flat. Hand dyed fibres may bleed a little in the first couple of washes.


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Your best crafting is my goal

Your best spinning and felting life is all I’m about. I want you to love and be excited by your fibre projects. I care whether your fab felting idea comes to life. Your spinning needs to be everything you ever dreamed of and I want to help you get there. My fibres, from art batts to silk hankies are all created with your best crafting life in mind.

Hi, I’m Eleanor and I want to be a part of your lovely hand crafting journey.

I’ll do all of this without compromising on quality or my eco values: I source my wool from ethical, local suppliers and I hand dye my fibre using the most planet-friendly techniques at my disposal.

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