Fiber and Fleece
Suppliers of protein, cellulosic and man-made fibers, raw or processed and ready for spinning or felting.
2697 135th Ave
Carlisle, IA 50047 USA
Registered Rambouillet Fleece will be for sale starting mid Summer 2008. Watch our website for pictures and pricing. All reasonable offers will be considered. Also selling cross bred Rambouillet fleece very cheap for the beginning spinner.
Sea Leather Wear
86 - 210 86th Ave. S.E.
Calgary, ALBERTA T2H 1N6 Canada
We offer tanned fish leather skins, made in Canada, in suede or glazed finishes, for custom manufacturing.
SHAANXI UNITED TRADING CO
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We are pleased to inform you that we can supply you bamboo fibre sliver; Soybean fibre sliver ;Corn fibre sliver and Milk fiber top , Bamboo Charcoal fiber sliver , Hemp viscose fiber sliver ;mulberry silk sliver;tussah silk sliver etc.
Shanty Plains Alpacas
869 W. Jenks Rd.
Fenwick, MI 48834 USA
Everything alpaca-breedings, animal sales, fiber, crochet hats, felted hats.
33979 Pleasant Rd.
Lebanon, OR 97355 USA
We feature our hand-cleaned fiber, processed locally into roving or yarn, as well as artistic felt sheets as well as handwoven rugs, made in America.
Navajo churro sheep and fiber.
Spinderellas Creations Fiber Mill
Jim and Lynn Snell
1640 South 600 East
Salt Lake City, UTAH 84105 USA
We are a family owned custom carding business, that also makes their own roving known as Thrums and handpainted yarns called Swizzlestix. Visit our website for more information.
I carry a large supply of raw and washed wool and fiber for spinning, dying, felting, and needle craft. I also carry combed Mohair and Suri Alpaca for re-rooting and doll hair.
Still Point Farm
8253 Dollyhyde Rd
Mt. Airy, MD 21771 USA
Stillpoiint Farm has a handspinning flock of registered white and colored Leicester longwools. Fleeces, roving, and breeding stock available. We also have local honey and fresh, organic hops
Sunrise Sheep & Wool
38286 Kost Trail
North Branch, MINNESOTA 55056 USA
Large selection of icelandic wool. Raw fleece, carded rovings, and felting batts in natural colors.
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