One of my favourite hand dyed wool tops ever (along with this one). Look at the neon yellows, oranges and pink, paired with those sultry teals and greens! Swoon.
This fabulous merino wool top (also sometimes mistakenly described as roving, a different type of fibre preparation) was hand dyed by me here in Edinburgh. This is a one-of-a-kind colourway in the sense that colours will never strike in the same way again, but I can repeat the use of the same dyes to replicate a similar result.
This super soft merino wool is perfect for spinning or felting, and there is a whole 100 grams (or 3.5 ounces) for you to play with as you wish.
Although I have done my very best to convey the true colours of this wool, please note that my monitor settings may vary from yours.
Care instructions: merino wool top, like all natural fibres, should be stored in a breathable container with a moth-repellant item such as a lavender sachet or cedar wood balls. Do not store under heavy items so fibre doesn’t end up squished.
Once used in your preferred craft, if washing, use a wool-specific wash, dry horizontally and store away from direct sunlight.