Samoyed Wool for Spinning

Samoyed wool has been described to me by customers, to be a combination of angora and merino. It's very soft, dyes on the lighter side and can be a slow spin, but worth the effort. In the end, the yarn gives a nice halo like angora and is super soft.

*NOTE: I don't clean this wool, to prevent it from matting. It is left outside,,summer, autumn, spring or winter to keep it as fresh as possible. Although, it really doesn't have a smell unless you get it wet, as in any fiber.

* This is from my only Samoyed (now),,,Aspen,,, who puts out extremely white and soft wool. It's a great mix for other fibers.

* Spinning Fiber
* Brushed, not shaved
* Samoyed Wool

Cotton Candy

* Hand Dyed Spinning Fiber
* Samoyed Wool
* Brushed not shaved
* Colors: Shades of pink


4 sold / 1 available --->: 1 oz bags / 7.00

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Snow / Natural White

* Spinning Fiber
* Brushed, not shaved
* Samoyed Wool
* Color: White

11 available --->: 1 oz bags / 6.00 each <eb> <et>

NOTE: You can look at the picture below to get an idea of how to use it. I mixed some Samoyed wool with Camel wool. It was gorgeous and has sold, but you too can make similar.

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