Suitable for a wide range of fibre-crafts, including handspinning, needle felting and wet felting. They're also great for dyeing with the Landscape Range of dyes.
As general rule, the wools at the cheaper end of the price range are slightly coarser, often from traditional British or European mountain breeds. This doesn't mean they're of lower quality, in fact they're a fantastic choice if you're making something that might need to be little more hard-wearing such as bags or slippers. We often suggest these wools to those just starting out in handspinning as they mean you can get plenty of wool to play with without breaking the bank.