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Carded Felt Wool Needle Felting Maori DHG Carded Batting Many Colours Batt 100g

Carded Felt Wool Needle Felting Maori DHG Carded Batting Many Colours Batt 100g

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Carded Felt Wool Needle Felting Maori DHG Carded Batting Many Colours 100g 

🐑  Carded Nz wool batt

🐑  20 g of one shade, pick from the menu.

🐑 Many beautiful shades available

🐑 27 microns

🐑 Use as core and finishing wool

🐑 Coarser, shorter fibres

🐑 Wool batting

Used for needle felting 3D and 2D, wet  felting, embellishments and other crafts. This wool is a lovely wool to work with. 

Carded Nz wool is great wool for needle felting. It comes as carded wool batting where fibres are already mixed, making it easier to felt. This wool has a short staple length making it a great, bulky carded wool well suited for 3D needle felting projects. Tip: 36 triangular and 38-star felting needles will work well with this wool in my opinion. 40 or 42 gauge can be used for finer detail but are not necessary.

Maori is carded Nz wool 

 Maori as a felting wool blend was created in 2007 by DHG. This wool is MULESING FREE, the dyeing complies with Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and is done in DHG dyeing house which is GOTS 5.0 and GRS certified. Maori is a blend of sheep wool from New Zealand. Thickness is approx. 27 microns. This wool comes in a brilliant range of colours and is very easy to use. Carded Maori wool can be used as core wool and as finishing wool.

Maori & Bergschaf: This blend is made with 70% Maori wool (about 27 microns) and 30% Bergschaf wool (about 33 microns produced by DHG.The dyeing complies with Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and is done in DHG  dyeing house which is GOTS 5.0 and GRS certified.

Carded Bergschaf wool (33 microns)This carded bergschaf wool comes from Austria and is carefully selected to ensure constant quality over time. The dyeing complies with Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and is done in DHG dyeing house which is GOTS 5.0 and GRS certified.

IMPORTANT NOTEs: Although we take great care to make sure our photographs illustrate the colour of each wool shade, your screen/monitor settings may affect how it appears to you. 

*The wool is carefully washed before carding, however you may still find some grass bits that are perfectly normal for a natural product.

How to use the product.

Begin by roughly shaping wool as required. The more you compress your wool the less time it will take to needle felt. Place your wool onto the surface. Using the coarse needle, repeatedly insert it into the wool, shaping as you go. Keep peeling your work off the foam as you go so it doesn't get stuck. When it becomes difficult to insert the needle, swap for a finer one and continue until your work is a firm shape.
About the Felt Box.

The Felt Box has been selling great quality needle felting supplies at competitive prices with excellent customer service since 2010. As a small business, with an excellent reputation, we are lucky enough to build strong and lasting relationships with our customers. We offer a diverse range of needle felting products sourced in an ethical and sustainable way.

Colours Available (Maori):

*Cinnamon is a pale, dusky, gingery orange. Orange and brown tones. Rust, pale fox shades. Pantone 723 u (this is only my guess).

*Beaver is a dusky dark brown with a natural tone. This tone is the darker version of Ash DHG. Pantone 2321 u (this is only my guess).

*Dune is a warm, peachy, sandy natural colour - almost a warm nude. Dune is similar to shade #49 in Carded NZ range but slightly paler. Pantone 4029 u (this is only my guess).

*Powder is light, dusky, pastel pink, baby pink. It is lighter than shade #48 in the Carded NZ range. Pantone 196u (this is only my guess).

*Nut is a warm, rich, natural brown on the darker side of mid-brown. Pantone 464u (this is only my guess).

*Ash is a lovely natural soft, dusky, mid-brown with warm grey tones. Pantone 2470 u (this is only my guess).

*Acacia is a light, peachy, pastel nude. Pantone 4029 but washed out (this is only my guess).

*Earth is a beautiful natural mid-brown with soft, warm overtones. Pantone 4241 (this is only my guess).

*Cloud is the lightest grey, blue grey, very similar to #02 in the Carded NZ range. Pantone 427u (my guess).

*Bread is a warm, beige shade. Pantone 721(this is only my guess).

*Pumpkin is dark orange, pumpkin, foxy shade. Very similar to #35 in Carded NZ Range. Pantone 166u (only my guess).

*Bark is a warm dark brown with red undertones. Similar to shades #24, #25, and #43 in Carded NZ range. Pantone 7517 -ish (this is only my guess).

*Milk is a good, bleached white shade. Similar to snow white in Carded NZ range.

*Ivory is a very creamy white shade. Similar to off-white in Carded NZ range.

*Cherry blossom is a very pale pink shade, almost cream.

*Storm is a cool dark grey, blue-grey. Similar to shade #10 in Carded NZ range. Pantone 432u (this is only my guess).

*Siena is a warm, mid-brown shade. This shade reminds me of shade #42 in Carded NZ but with less red undertone. Pantone 1535 (this is only my guess).

*Hollyhock is a peachy pink shade, lighter than #105 in Carded NZ but similar in colour. Pantone 7611 (my guess only).

*Etoile is a very pale pink/ peach shade, almost cream. Similar to Cherry blossom.

*Sand is pale creamy beige. Similar to shade #82 in Carded NZ Range. Pantone 4246 but washed out (this is only my guess).

*Natural White is a yellowish creamy tone with grey undertones. Identical to Off White in Carded NZ range.

*Snow is a good, bleached white shade. Similar to snow white in Carded NZ range. I cannot see much of a difference between shades of Milk and Snow in DHG Maori wool.

*Dark is a very, very dark grey, almost black. Similar to shade #08 in the Carded NZ range.

Colours Available (Maori & Bergschaf):

*Montecristo is a darker brown with a bit of hue red to it. It is a melange blend with individual fibres of different shades. This colour is similar to Carded NZ in shade #103 but darker.

*Calvados is a lovely, gingery shade. It is a melange blend with individual fibres of different shades. This will be good for foxes, and squirrels. 

 

Colours Available (Bergschaf):

*Natural Grey is a melange shade, between Carded NZ shades #4 and #5 

*Natural Brown is the darkest brown shade we have. 

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