15 Micron Merino - Sold by the ounce



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While not prized as meat animals, as in other dual purpose sheep breeds, sturdy Merino sheep are known for their dense fine wool with lots of crimp, making for a soft and bouncy yarn. It takes dye very well and on its own is prized for softness and in blends with our other luxury fibers makes for a perfect companion. The Merino breed originated in Spain and quickly took hold around the world. Some of the very finest comes from Australia.

While not prized as meat animals, as in other dual purpose sheep breeds, sturdy Merino sheep are known for their dense fine wool with lots of crimp, making for a soft and bouncy yarn. It takes dye very well and on its own is prized for softness and in blends with our other luxury fibers makes for a perfect companion. The Merino breed originated in Spain and quickly took hold around the world. Some of the very finest comes from Australia.

Our cleaned and combed, Super 150’s Merino top has an approximate micron count of 15.5.  

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