Clough Tavern Farm – Roving


Some wool is carded into finger roving for hand spinning, felting, textile art and other crafts. Roving is the final stage in the commercial fiber preparation before yarn is spun.

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The majority of our raw wool clip is washed, carded into roving and/or spun into yarn off the farm, at Bartlettyarns.

It is a blend 5:1 (Scottish Blackface Sheep to Blueface Leicester Sheep).

Because Scotties do not naturally have a pure white fleece, the undyed yarn is a rich off-white, “blooming” with a wash and dyes beautifully.

The finished wool is exceptionally hard wearing, featuring a natural spring—perfect for a warm sweater yet fine enough for a pretty shawl or hat.

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Weight 4 oz


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