All fibers are available in all colorways, with the exception of Merino, Yak, Silk because some colors do not look good dyed over the gray color of this fiber.
All fibers below were produced by combing the fibers, and are called combed top. It is a delightful preparation to spin. It is created by passing fibers through combs, aligning the fibers and removing all short fibers, second cuts, and vegetable matter. The result is a smooth even preparation that results in an even yarn. No slubs, nubs, neps, or other sort of lump in this fiber.
Roving – Combed Top is sometimes called roving.
Polwarth/Tussah - Polwarth is a fine wool with relatively long fiber length. In this preparation, it is blended with Tussah Silk. The blend has a lovely sheen and next-to-the skin softness. This luxury blend is a pleasure to spin!
4 ounce braid
85% Polwarth Wool
15% Tussah Silk
Merino, Yak, Silk – A blend of luxury fibers, it is incredibly soft and a delight to spin. Before dyeing, the fiber was a soft grey, resulting in subtle muted tones when dyed.
2 ounce braid
60% Fine Merino Wool (21.5 microns)
20% Tibetan Yak (18.5 microns)