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100 grams (3.4 oz.) of undyed commercial top, ready to spin.


This breed is as old as the hills, almost literally. Sturdy and double coated, this isn’t your run of the mill wool. Think bags, rugs, tapestry, and anything else you want to never – ever - wear out. No one knows for sure where the Welsh Mountain breeds came from, but most likely they came with the original Neolithic settlers, and have had very little to do with other breeds since. Originally, and for many centuries, the renownedly sweet meat was often sold across the border to the English, but the wool was kept and used at home. Today they are still raised mostly for meat, though their wool is sold for carpet weaving.

Welsh Mountain Top

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