Romni Wools Ltd
About the fibre
Staple length 200-300mm. Micron count 30-40
Wensleydale has one of the longest fibres in the natural sheep's wool range. With a long staple but soft texture it is a pleasure to spin and felt with.
Each bag contains 100g of wool.
Origin: United Kingdom
About the breed
Wensleydale is a British breed of sheep named for the Wensleydale region of North Yorkshire, England.
They were originally bred in the nineteenth century by cross-breeding a Dishley Leicester ram with a local sheep that is now extinct.
It is a rare sheep breed and known for its high quality wool.
Amanda Slater from Coventry, England, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Specializing in natural-fibre yarns
Romni Wools carries a wide selection of quality yarns made from natural fibres.