Wonderful in wintertime -- imagine lining a jacket or hood, or making the warmest, coziest muff you could ever want (link is a pdf from the Greater Bay Area Costumers' Guild). Also excellent as a wrist-rest while computing; we found that it helped reduce fatigue a bit, which is so appreciated on long days spent answering email. Good for seatcovers, especially for your favorite long-haul driver, and for all sorts of crafts. You'll love the additional comfort provided by a luscious, easy-to-make "sheepskin" bed topper. And don't discount the little mood lift you'll feel when simply caressing a scrap or two -- one of our employees says this is a "happy-making" fabric, and she just might be right!
This is a very substantial material, and any orders of more than a yard will almost definitely require extra shipping for the oversized package -- a three yard piece, rolled, was too big for our resident seven-year-old to put his arms around! We'll let you know if we need additional funds for shipping.
The oh-so-cute sheepdog on the right is one that Clarity made from an itty-bitty piece of wool pile. Is it not the most adorable way to use a scrap that you've ever seen? You could make dozens, probably hundreds, and sell them at a craft fair -- just make sure to credit Clarity for the idea. She probably wouldn't mind if you gave her a gift certificate to MuDu Noodles, either.
Spot clean only; very bad things happen if you try to wash this in the washing machine. (By "very bad things" I don't mean armageddon; I just mean clumpy shrunk thick fabric that isn't very workable at all.) In its natural state the wool pile sheds some fluffy bits, so don't be surprised.
We apologize, but this item is no longer available for sale.