White, Wee and Tiny Baby BFL Locks, 2 oz
So, so soft! Beautiful, white baby BFL locks. Locks are clean and have some vm and a staple length of 1-4 (mostly 3-4) inches. Locks are bundled in 2 oz bags. Fiber is uber soft and would be lovely lockspun. Color is mixed with some white and some white with butter/ivory tips.
These are perfect for wee and tiny gnome or Santa beards.
White with Ivory/Butter Tips, Border Leicester Locks, 2 oz
Locks are white, 3-4 inches long with strong structure and amazing curl, a wee bit of vm. Locks are a bright white with ivory tips. I like to call them butter tips. They are from a yearling ewe.
Make a white Christmas "fur" tree with these...wow! Give St Nick an antique look...he would be honored to don these as his beard.
The holidays are coming! Get these now for all your holiday gift making needle felting projects!
White Border Leicester Locks, 4-5 inches 2 oz
Marsha H has the most beautiful Border Leicester flock around and therefor the most beautiful fleeces. These locks are 4-5 inches long, soft, shiny and clean with a beautiful wave and good lock structure. Some tips are "antiqued" aka slightly yellowed from exposure to the sun. I have 7 more similar fleeces so don't worry... there is plenty to go around.
The perfect Santa beard!!!
White Border Leicester Long Locks 6-9"- 2oz
Here they are! Lovely 6-9 inch Border Leicester locks with minimal vm and good lock structure: some wavy and some more curly. This Border Leicester has a sheen like a Wensleydale and the length as well! It is quite unusual to see 6-9 inch locks in this breed.
Perfect for needle felting and tail spinning...a garland for your holiday tree? St Nick is drooling!!
Locks are a glistening, bright white with only a few ivory tips.
Daisy the Shetland Sheep, 2 oz
Daisy! Daisy! My grandma name is Daisy so I have an automatic connection with this sheep raised by Veronica Worthington of Tuckernuck Farm.
These are the last of Daisy's locks. They are 6-9 inches long and mostly white with silver fibers throughout at the butt ends with gray and beige tips. Locks structure is strong with a wide, floofy butt end and a long thin tip. This fleece was coated so there is hardly any vm! Locks are washed and clean. Fiber is not uber soft but soft enough to spin into yarn for a hat or scarf.
I have separated and bundled these last locks so every bit of the fiber is useful.
Use for beards, wildlife scenes, doll hair, creature fur. This fiber is also perfect for spinning...such fun!