This lustrous, naturally ecru, combed top has an even wavy crimp throughout with a medium micron count of 26.5 and a long staple length of 4-7 inches. The top is silky, strong, and drapey, lending itself nicely to luxury and hardwearing garments. Corriedale is a favorite among felters due to its lightweight crimpy texture and ability to felt easily. Add this buttery top with a spring texture to your next project and delight in its natural beauty and benefits.
The Corriedale cross sheep is originally from Australia and New Zealand where farmers decided to cross Merino ewes with Lincoln or Leicester males. These sheep are now raised worldwide. The fleeces are densely packed but each fiber is thicker than its Merino counterpart.
Fiber: 100% Corriedale Cross Wool
Micron Count: 26-28
Staple Length: 4-7 inches
Country of Origin: New Zealand
Washing: Hand wash lay flat to dry
Preparation: Commercially combed top