Divine Wooltops are crafted from superbly soft, merino wool.
They are perfect for wet felting into wearables that are skin-friendly. They can also be hand spun into yarn.
The thirty plus solid colours in the Divine Wooltops range have been developed with soul and attitude. The colours were designed to harmonise with each other so four colour palettes have been created: Natural, Gentle, Vibrant and Undyed.
To purchase, scroll to the bottom of this page, select your colour palette, then your size and then the colour you require.
Once felted or spun, our Divine Wooltops are ideal for wrapping those beloved young children in, layering around your neck on a chilly winter's day or sliding around your bare shoulders on a cool summer's eve.
Our Corrie Wooltops range is more suitable for needle felting due to it's broad fibre and springy nature. Check out the link on the left hand side.
Wooltops (also called rovings) are made from the raw wool off the sheep's back that has been scoured and combed into long, thick rope-like forms. Most commercial woollen yarns are chemically treated to stop the wool from felting (superwashed) so we buy our wooltops before this process has occurred because we want our wool to felt.
The diameter of an individual wool fibre is measured in micron. The softer the wool, the smaller the micron measurement. The smaller the micron, the better the wool will felt. Divine Wooltops have been been carefully chosen from the finest 18 to 19 micron wool fibre.
Our Divine Wooltops are professionally dyed, ensuring a high level of colour fastness and colour repeatability. We take the extra effort to have our felting wool re-combed to eliminate any matting from the dyeing process.
For ideas on how to felt with Divine Wooltops, click on the instructions link on the left hand side of this page. Adding soap, water and movement to the Divine Wooltops felting wool is a wonderful non-toxic way to create beautiful hand made felt . Our felting wool can also be needle felted by hand or on a machine embellisher.
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