The most commonly spun animal fiber is wool harvested from sheep. Of the major apparel fibres, wool is the most reusable and recyclable fibre on the planet. The eco-credentials of wool are enhanced by its long service life and suitability to be recycled to new textiles for clothing, resilient upholstery or products that call on its natural resistance to fire and temperature extremes. This yarn is made by cutting or tearing apart existing wool fabric and the spun by hand. This yarn is unbleached and undyed.
Each skein weighs 100 grams.