|Natural (undyed) sheep fibre in tops form|
| Natural white and coloured sheep wool including native UK breeds as well as natural fine merino.|
Supplied in multiples of 100g in tops form, except where stated.
B.F.L. is Blue Faced Leicester - a lovely soft fibre. Shetland is a good traditional soft fibre. Falkland is a cheaper alternative to Merino but is slightly coarser.
English and Jacob's are much coarser and easier to spin for beginners and will felt, but will take more work.
| This range includes fine dyed merino (33 colours) and corriedale tops along with limited supply dyed fibres and fleeces|
|Other animal fibres|
| This is a selection of luxury and exotic fibres including Scottish (grown) cashmere, alpaca, yak and camel.|
| From the luxury of golden tussah silk through to cocoons - fibres for spinning, a little used in felting, silk paper making and more.|
| Luxury blends of animal fibres with silk in a variety of colours.|
| This is a range of fibres created by man's ingenuity from seaweed, nettles, bamboo, soya, wood and others.|
| This small range caters for special purpose finishes with safe, generally non-allergic fibres.|