Why blend these fibers?
Pearl is a very unique cellulose fiber, since its made from pearl powder that’s combined with cellulose. Together this makes a fiber that behaves more like wool than most cellulose fibers. It has a natural texture and a shorter staple length than other cellulose fibers.
Baby camel, merino and rambouillet are very easy to spin on their own. Adding pearl doesn’t change this, which makes this blend a great introduction to spinning cellulose fibers. This blend maintains the perfectly balanced softness of baby camel/merino/rambouillet while adding pearl’s unique pearly shine.
What can it do?
Perfect for spinning, needle felting, or dyeing.
Ideal for next to skin garments.
How does it feel?
It’s a cushy cloud and is the perfect way to reward yourself for the hard work of learning to spin. Plus what’s more extravagant than having actual pearl in fiber?
Suggested spinning level
Shorn from camels in Mongolia
18.5um merino from South Africa
18.2um Rambouillet from America
Pearl from China
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