Coopworth x BFL x Teeswater #719186
A 50% Coopworth, 25% BFL, 25% Teeswater crossbreed lamb fleece. This has thin, BFL-style locks, but is relatively easy to open due the influence of the Coopworth. The curlicue lamb tips are occassionally tender, but will pop off during fiber prep and there is a bit of yolk stain throughout. The 5″ long, springy locks will easily spin into a highly energized yarn. Sold as a whole 2.3 pound fleece.
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