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Dyed Felting Batts

This short stapled fiber is mixed breeds but of pretty fine fibers (merino, targhee, etc). It is not particularly recommended for spinning, but is excellent for needle felting.

We have packed it in 3 oz increments. If you'd like smaller amounts of a random range of colors you can find mixed bags here.

If you're looking for smaller amounts of more colors that you can purchase by the yard, check out our new Corriedale by the Yard!

Price per 3 oz bag : $9.50/bag


the church, my homage to Van Gogh, and the dragon rug and table runner here done by my niece are all needle felted using this fiber and the last photo shown here is of a rug I did that was wet felted using this fiber.



felting batts new green

seagreen, spruce, cypress

olive, hemlock, tundra

down the far right side is to greens it looks yellow and next to the yellows, it looks green!




evergreen & cypress

evergreen, cypress

in this photo the cypress looks much lighter than it is (see photo to the left for a truer cypress depth of shade) but in this photo, in order for you to see evergreen (which is also darker than this photo shows) I had to "brighten" the photo so they both are lighter in the photo than in life...but this lightness allows you to see the hue better.



teal, loden, cobalt

iris, royal, midnight



black cherry, periwinkle

plum, aubergine




straw, mustard

foliage, gold




cornsilk, marigold, goldenrod



melon, poppy, red

topaz, russet



waterlily, jade

cornflower, lavendar



white, black, cocoa


animal colors

camel, oatmeal, pewter

teak, suede, dove grey



aster, magenta

rose, chianti, garnet


kiwi, grass


The mixed 3 paks come with 1 ounce each of 3 colors in the color families listed. To give you an idea, I've put up a picture of what "naturals" might look like


3-pak naturals

examples of natural 3-paks...if you order a 3-pak of naturals, you'll get some combination of 3 "animal" or "natural" colors, which could look like either of these, but not necessarily exactly these. Same with the color families....

one pak of green/blue might have an ounce each of "aegean", "cornsilkl" and "tundra", while another green/blue might have 1 ounce each of "cobalt", "cornsilk" and "kiwi".