Wool for Felting: 150g wool roving with an individual package, colorful wool roving yarn perfect for hand spinning DIY craft, suitable for needle felting beginner and professional crafters.
Simple Use: Wool felts quickly and easy to fusion into different crafts or hobbies, best wool roving to suit the various projects. Perfect choice for your own arts and crafts projects.
High Quality: Our wool roving is made of soft fiber wool, this super soft and high-quality fiber beneficial to your felting, makes your works look more textured.
Sweet Gift: Perfect choice needle felting wool as presents for your friends, families, or anyone who loves needle felting. Ideal Christmas or any other festival gift.
Wide Application: Ideal for needle felting, spinning, weaving, embellishments, doll making, soap making, dryer balls, and more. Meet what you need for DIY different styles for needle felting and wet felting.
Weight: 150g / 5.3oz
100% brand new with great quality.
Super soft and lightweight, no smell, easy to work with and won't shed.
"p"It also has higher elasticity that helps from losing shape. "p"Wool roving provides excellent temperature regulation and does not irritate the skin. "p" "p" "p"How to clean wool felt? "p" "p"Wash with cold water, do not bleach. "p"Choose a neutral wool cleaner marked with a pure wool logo "p"Hand wash alone, do not use the washing machine to keep the appearance. "p"Wash the dirty part gently by hand, do not brush with a brush. "p"Use shampoo plus rinse can reduce the pilling phenomenon. "p"After cleaning, hang in the ventilated place to dry naturally, do not insolate.
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