Ashland Bay Top - Mill Bump 11-45 LB Special Order

Ashland Bay Top - Mill Bump 11-45 LB Special Order

from 350.00

SAVE on bulk fibers in manufacturer put up in 11-45 Pound Bump.  Over-Payment will be refunded to actual weight at shipping.

Special Order - No Returns.  If unsure all fibers are available in small amounts if in stock or by the pound.

Will ship directly from Ashland Bay in Oregon.  Order separately

Natural colored wool ecru fibers offered by Ashland Bay. 

Blue Face Leicester British luster long-wool. 25-27 microns, staple length 4 ¼ inches, 110 mm. The fiber feels finer than the micron count would suggest. The luster promotes intense dye results.

Mixed Blue Faced Leicester  is a 75/25 blend of the natural white and natural black blue face Leicester. The colors are lightly blended to provide the dyer limitless color possibilities with natural occurring shades.

Cheviot Wool top is a beautiful natural white color. The micron count is between 27-33. Cheviot is a main British wool breed. The wool top is open without being slippery making it an excellent wool for beginner spinners. The wool practically spins itself. The yarn produced from Cheviot wool is a pleasure to knit, crochet and weave with.

Corriedale Cross  29.5 micron, Staple length 3.5"-3.75" (90 mm). Color is more cream than white. Value priced wool

Falkland Micron 26, staple length 4-6 inches, 100-115 mm. The base flock of the Falkland wool is Corridale, Polwarth and Dohne Merino. These breeds were developed for dual purpose, meat and wool production and are selectively bred for the ability to survive in the harsh climate of the Falkland Islands. The upside of the harsh climate is that insects and disease associated with them are not a problem. The wool is almost guaranteed to be chemical free. Since there are no known sheep diseases in the Falkland Islands, the sheep are never dipped and never go through mulesing.

Merino:  Fine: 19.5 micron or 64's   Finer: 21.5 micron or 80's   Staple length 2.75 inches

100% Certified Organic Polwarth Wool Top from the Falkland Islands.  The wool was selected from two family farms on the islands and measures an incredible 22 microns. The fleeces were processed in the UK. Sheep that are raised organically are not subject to mulesing, and they are not dipped for pesticides. In addition, the number of sheep allowed to graze in any given pasture area is limited to the natural carrying capacity of the land. And as with most wool that comes from the Falklands, it is very white.

Targhee is a domestically grown wool that is processed in the United States.   The foundation stock were ewes of Rambouillet, Corriedale, and Lincoln bloodlines bred back to Rambouillet rams.  This wool has been selected specifically for Ashland Bay’s Targhee yarn program and is 23/23.5 microns.

Wensleydale  Blue faced luster long-wool. 30-36 microns staple length 7 inches. 180 mm. Shiny wool that takes dye very well, producing intense rich colors.  Used for outerwear yarns,  crafting and weaving yarns.

Superwash treated. This process chemically removes the scales from the wool shaft and then is treated with a softening agent to smooth out the edges that occur after the scales are removed.  Fiber will not shrink or felt.

Cultivated Mulberry silk is pure white and is from silkworms fed on Mulberry leaves. Silk is pure luxury. Silk has many qualities. As well as its natural sheen, it is strong, resistant to pilling, and the long fibers make it easy to spin. It looks stunning when dyed and blends beautifully with other fibers.

Tussah Silk is naturally soft beige and is from silkworms fed on Oak leaves. It has a very long staple.  It is strong, lustrous and more resilient than cultivated "white" silks. Long staple, easy to spin or blend.    Bleached White or Honey

Bamboo Suitable for knitting outer garments as well as garments to be worn next to the skin. In weaving, bamboo fabric has excellent drape for scarves and shawls, and because of its natural anti-bacterial property, is especially good for hand towels.

Tencel For spinning, carding, felting, dyeing, paper making and blending with other fibers.

Tibetan Yak is a luxury fiber often compared to cashmere and camel down. Yak down is prized for it's exceptional warmth and softness.The rich natural brown color can be spun into a gorgeous brown 100% yak yarn but also to enhance the color and appeal of the yak/silk, yak/merino/silk and yak/merino fiber blends.  Tibetan yak is luxury fiber that is impossible to resist.   The micron count ranges between 19 -19.5. The staple length 2 inches.

Snow Mountain, White blending nylon, adds strength and wear to your fiber blends. Starbright nylon, adds luster and strength to your fiber blends.  Firestar, adds sparkle to your fiber blend. Nylon fibers can also be spun alone.  Easy to Dye.

Select Fiber: Fiber, Percentages if not 100%,  # Number of Pounds in Put up, then Price per Pound.   Weights will be adjusted to actual, over payment will be refunded.

 

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