The Merino Sheep originally come from the North African plateaus of the Atlas Mountains and are now one of the oldest and hardiest breeds of sheep in the world
The Merino is a medium sized sheep with white legs and faces, known for its excellent wool quality.
The micron count of merino wool can range from 11-25 microns. With this product, only the fibres on the smaller side of the range are selected. Keeping only the finer fibres means that this roving is extra soft.
The average staple length of merino wool is 2-5" and the mircon count of this product is 18.5 and finer.
Sold in bags containing 100g of wool.
Origin: United Kingdom