Since we're on the subject of double coated fleeces, let's talk about It is important to note that, according to the current issue of Spin-Off.
I've had a few requests on the best way to separate a double coated fleece As bonus I have a nice fleece to play with and spin up for myself:).
I promised, months ago, a post about dual-coated Icelandic wool. Given the sad fact that I've been too busy to knit much (I'm spinning, but.
The Icelandic fleece is dual coated, meaning that it has a long outer coat The tog is classed as a medium wool with a spinning count, or 27 microns.
I take part in the SpinDoctor Wool Breed Challenge on Ravelry. The sheep is dual coated, but the "improved" Shetland has less differencies.
The fleece from Icelandic sheep has an inner and outer coat typical of the more The fleece is dual-coated and comes in white as well as a range of browns.
It is a dual coated fleece, with the typical triangular shaped staples of such a One thing that I had to deal with before spinning was all the VM.
The Icelandic fleece is unique, there are two types of wool in one fleece, some refer to this as dual coated. The longer wavy or corkscrewed.
Icelandic sheep: Dual coated fleece - this fleece is the most versatile of all breeds and is a hand spinner's dream! The wool also felts easily and is prized by fiber.
As you can see, this is geared toward dual-coated fleeces. We will start out by inspecting and understanding the properties of each type of fleece, then move on .