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Natural Black Wool for Wet Felting, Tyrolean Bergschaf

Natural Black Wool for Wet Felting, Tyrolean Bergschaf

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Raise your felting level to the professional! This undyed, natural black wool will speed up work and help you create organic and durable masterpieces.

We offer undyed Tyrolean wool (Bergschaf) that’s great for wet felting. It comes from European sheep keepers. No chemicals, bleaches, or acids are used to prepare it.

Natural Undyed Wool

Undyed Tyrolean wool maintains all the best natural qualities because the fibers' structure remains unchanged during the preparation process.

This wool comes only gently cleaned with water. It's uncarbonized and unbleached.

Since no aggressive chemicals or acids are used, you can find some organics in wool fibers.

Felt Sturdy Items Faster

We aim to work with the best wool that turns into high-quality items fast and easily. Tyrolean mountain sheep wool has exceeded our expectations. Therefore, we use it ourselves and share it with other makers who want to master wet felting.

It is so simple to form soft & durable items from Tyrolean wool! At the same time, this wool doesn't become too firm or immobile during the felting process. If you make a small mistake, you can slightly reshape the felted form.

We carefully pick and try every wool batch we get. The result suits both professional artisans and beginner DIY enthusiasts. This wool is irreplaceable in workshops.

This material is perfect for shoes, slippers, rugs, pet housing (bedding for dogs, cats, hedgehogs, etc.), toys, or firm accessories such as bags, belts, hats, sauna caps.

It is not the best wool for knitting or felting thin and tender items such as clothes, scarves, or brooches.

Shipping the Orders

Each batch of wool is made exceptionally for the BureBure felting studio and workshops. We test batches' quality ourselves before we send it to you.

Bonus for shoemakers: we add a chart that specifies how much wool is needed to felt a pair of shoes for each foot size.

If you are interested in buying a large amount of wool, contact us. We will offer you wholesale prices and shipping options.


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