Radnor sheep are mainly raised around the border hills between Wales and England. Their wool is still used by Welsh artisans for use in traditional weaving, but industrially most of their wool goes towards yarn for carpets. Their creamy white fleeces are set off against their brown legs, and their faces are mostly tan, with a rather adorable grey nose.
Natural white. The staple length in Radnor wool is between 8 and 14cm with a micron count of 32-33.
Each bag contains 100g of wool.
Origin: United Kingdom