I don’t know about you, but I love hydrangeas. They’re just so big and lush, I just had to hand dye some wool top to celebrate their riot of blues, pinks and purples.
This merino wool top (sometimes mistakenly called a roving, a different type of fibre preparation) was hand dyed by me here in my tiny Edinburgh studio. It is a one-of-a-kind colourway.
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.