A note about the Nash Island - For those not familiar with this fleece, here's a post on Mary Jane Mucklestone's blog about a trip there, and a little about the history of the flock. It's not super-soft and cottony like cormo, but has a great texture and sheen, more like a long-wool, but not as much as, say, mohair. It reminds us most of North Ronaldsay, which also is a seaweed-eater :-)
Please note that the fleece in these batts is fresh from the farm! We have taken much time to wash and pick through it, but expect a little bit of vm here and there - the sign of real organic wool!
All batts are lovingly blended hand dyed fibers, carded by hand on fine tooth drum carders for your fiber crafting pleasure.
Please know that all fibers are felt able unless otherwise noted. Handwash and air dry to avoid felting.
Every attempt is made to provide accurate photographs; however, be aware that color may vary from monitor to monitor ( background is white in reality if that helps!)
As always, if you have any questions, please send me a convo. I would love to hear from you!