4oz of fiber
Welsh Radnor: This is a conservation breed that I had never heard of. It is a relatively rare breed from an isolated rural area. There's not a lot of written history to be found on it even though it has been around for centuries. I like the way it feels, it's maybe in the Corrie range for softness and feels like it has a lot of body. It has a long staple of 4+" and a disorganized crimp. I'm excited to spin it.
18 micron suerfine Merino: I'm a big Merino hater, but this Merino is bouncy and fun and makes me get why people love Merino. I am obsessed.
Romney: I have a limited amount of this. Slightly softer than the Radnor, not as soft as the Merino. I don't think it is that much finer than the Radnor, but the more organized crimp makes it feel a bit finer.
Fiber is dyed to order.