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Suppliers of protein, cellulosic and man-made fibers, raw or processed and ready for spinning or felting.

AnPing Bristles And Tails Group General Corporation.
Tian WeiPing
No.75 YuCai North Road
AnPing, HEBEI 053600 China
0086-0318-7535699     website              Contact AnPing Bristles And Tails Group General Corporation.

We are a professional horsehair manufacturer and exporter in China and processing horse tail/mane hair ,horse tail hair fabric for lining cloth,horse tail hair cloth for industry use,versatile brushes to worldwide customers for many years used in brush industry,bow hair,rocking horses,tail extensions and braiding art etc.please browse our website www.horsetailhair.com to know more about us and our product. Our product's quality is very good and the price is competitive in China.Our goal is to give our customers 100% satisfaction,with our products and our services. If you have any question or requirement please contact me and I will try my best to satisfy your request.We hope for establishing good business relationship with your company.

Anping JuLong Animal By-product Co.,Ltd.
song nana
China
+86-0318-7516566     website              Contact Anping JuLong Animal By-product Co.,Ltd.

International exporter of horse mane and tail hair, horsehair yarn and fabrics.

Apple Mountain Alpacas
Melissa Reeder
357 Birchwood Dr.
Clarkesville, GA 30523 USA
7067549716     website              Contact Apple Mountain Alpacas

Our farm and online store have raw fiber, roving, and yarn all from our alpacas. We also have tours and classes, specializing in felted products.

Apple Rose Farm
Elizabeth Ferraro
P.O. Box 695
Peru, NEW YORK 12972 USA
518-643-2790     website              Contact Apple Rose Farm

We sell Cormo, California Red and Mohair fleece, roving and top. We have natural colors and hand dyed colors.

Aurelia Wool and Weaving
Andrea Lawrence
PO Box 2539
Merritt, BC Canada
250-378-2468     website              Contact Aurelia Wool and Weaving

Visit our shop - 5 minutes off the Coquihalla between Merritt and Hope. Over 100 colors of fine New Zealand wools and blends, including Merino, for felting, spinning & embellishment. Luxury blends with mohair, silk and possum. Dyed angora locks. Yarns and kits.

Bakken Alpacan
Kirby and Ruth Bakken
27942 655th St
Byron, MN 55920 United States
5072690510     website              Contact Bakken Alpacan

We raise and sell Huacaya alpaca as well as fiber. We offer clean raw alpaca fiber in a variety of colors.

Bale in the Barn Fibres
Marilyn Garside
6196 Alington Rd.
Duncan, BC V9L 2E9 CA
250-748-8607     website              Contact Bale in the Barn Fibres

Eco-spun fibre, raw, picked, or carded. Natural or dyed. Available in packages, batts or roving. 3 denier by 3 in. long fibre.

BEAUTIFUL FLEECE DOT COM
David Llewellyn
Goulburn, Australia
    website              Contact BEAUTIFUL FLEECE DOT COM

We supply mohair from a large Australian angora goat enterprise, to the most demanding of spinners, reborn artists, doll makers and other craftsfolk. We send washed mohair to just about anywhere in the world and in amounts as small as 15 grams or half an ounce. And if you really want a beautiful goat or one hundred beautiful goats of your own, well we can help there too :)

BeeLighted Fiber & Gifts
Stacy Drenckhahn
386 Main Street
Zumbrota, MINNESOTA 55992 United States of America
507.208.9491     website              Contact BeeLighted Fiber & Gifts

Our shop has many stages of fiber from washed Icelandic to Ashland Bay Merino Tops, hand dyed batts, locks & rovings for spinning, felting, hooking and have a growing assortment of yarn and silks. Tools, classes and events available for all stages of fiber artists. We also display and sell finished work created by local artisans.

Belfast Mini Mills
Sheila
1820 Garfield Rd
Belfast, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND C0A 1A0 Canada
1-902-659-2202     website              Contact Belfast Mini Mills

Belfast Mini Mills designs and builds all the equipment necessary for producing yarn and batts from raw fibres. The Mill is fully operational, and sells yarn and rovings dyed and spun on site.

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