UPDATE 2ND JULY 2021 - OPEN FOR EU CUSTOMERS!

On July 1st 2021 tax rules relating to VAT changed in the EU. Now all online vendors have to charge VAT on listed items, and send the VAT to the EU. 

I am able to now send parcels to the EU again, whatever the value of the order, using Parcelforce services. So, for orders placed AFTER 1st July 2021, VAT will be charged at checkout. When sending your order via Parcelforce I will send your item via Delivered Duties Paid, which means that I will pay VAT and duties when I send your item. You should not have to pay any customs charges for that parcel.

For orders taken BEFORE 1st July 2021, your parcel will be sent as previously, Delivered Duties Unpaid. This means that you will be charged for any VAT / customs charges - as happened from 1st January 2021.

It takes approximately 1 hour to make up 100g of fibre, some preparations take slightly longer than others. This is why I have a normal dispatch time of 3-4 weeks, depending upon numbers of orders.

UK shipping will be sent via Royal Mail (either first class or tracked 48) and all international orders will be sent using a tracked method. Once your item is shipped I will send you an email with your tracking information.

If you have any questions, or would like changes to a blend, or a custom order, please contact me at carol@fellviewfibres.co.uk

Wild and Woolly rolags - 100g

Only 4 left in stock

£16.50

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In November last year, I met a lovely lady, Anne Arnold, at the Dumfries and Galloway Spinners, Weavers and Dyers Guild Gathering. I loved this picture and asked Anne if I could use this as an inspiration picture for some rolags. She graciously told me that I could.

I call this colourway Wild and Woolly, because the day I got this needle felted picture was so wet, wild and woolly! In fact when driving back to Cumbria, at one point I had to pull over because I could not see the road, the rain was so heavy.

These rolags are made from Exmoor Blueface (a cross between Exmoor horn sheep and BFL), corridale, masham and merino. I would class this blend as 'medium'. I could not wear this blend around my neck, but I would be very happy to wear it as a hat or gloves.

All of these fibres will felt, if you do not wish them to, hand wash in cool water.

To see Anne's beautiful needle felted pictures, go to www.solwaywoolscapes.co.uk