50g Corriedale Sliver - Ashford

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001 Kiwi Fruit
004 Green Tea
006 Pumpkin Pie
007 Spearmint
010 Bubblegum
011 Marshmallow
013 Blueberry Pie
014 Liquorice
020 Chocolate
021 Blue
024 Orange
025 Purple
026 Turquoise
028 Scarlet
029 Blush
032 Mint
036 Butterscotch
037 Toffee
038 Olive
039 Aubergine
040 Candy Floss
041 Indigo
044 Lilac
045 Lemon
046 Pansy
049 Cherry Red
052 Orchid
091 White
092 Natural Light
094 Natural Dark
093 Medium
001 Kiwi Fruit
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Corriedale wool has a defined, even crimp and is smooth and easy to spin or felt. You can spin a fine to medium woollen, worsted or semi-worsted yarn. Corriedale will bulk after washing and has good elasticity. It is ideal for baby wear, woven, knitted or crocheted garments.

Ashford Corriedale sliver is a 100% New Zealand product with wool from pasture-fed sheep. Many farmers have been on the land for generations. They take great pride in the quality of their wool and their high standard of animal husbandry. The sheep are well cared for and are not mulesed. After the sheep are shorn on the farm, the wool is carefully skirted and checked. Only wool that is sound and clean with good fibre length, bulk and colour is selected. It is sent to a boutique New Zealand mill to be dyed, carded and combed. It is scoured (washed) using an environmentally-friendly, biodegradable detergent. The wool is then dried and dyed. The dyes comply with the strict EU regulations and garments made from the sliver can be certified under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. This standard is the most widely known standard for certification of ecologically-safe clothing. (Detailed information can be found at www.oekotex.com). The fibre is then gently opened and conditioned. Carding machines align the fibres and remove any foreign matter. It is then gilled and combed.

Ashford Corriedale sliver is available natural or dyed.

More About Ashford Wheels & Looms

In 1934 Walter Ashford founded Ashford Handicrafts Ltd, a company that has become a world leader in the manufacture of quality spinning wheels, weaving looms and textile equipment.

Today we, together with our loyal team, have produced over 800,000 wheels and looms.

We use only the finest native New Zealand Silver Beech hardwood, sourced from sustainably-managed forests with Forest Stewardship Council approval.

Our wheels, looms and carders are the result of more than 80 years’ experience, customer feedback, research and development. Available in natural wood or finished with eco-friendly water-based lacquer. They are designed to be simple, easy to assemble and finish and fun to use.

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