Wingham Blending Board and Table Carder

Wingham Blending Board and Table Carder
Our Price:  £125.00
(Inc. 20% VAT)(£104.17 Exc. VAT)

Blending board and Table carder

Designed and built in Yorkshire.


Product Code:  WBB
Brand:  Wingham Wool


The Wingham Blending Board is simple, quick and effective way of making your own fibre blends at home. We have designed this board to have all the fittings needed to get the best out of it. We think its the best available.

It can also function as a carding board if used along with a full size hand carder. Simply place washed fleece fibres to be carded onto the board and use a full sized hand carder to card with. When fully carded use the dowel rolag sticks to remove the fibre from the board.

At the rear of the board you'll find a supporting brace that can be fixed in three different positions, adjusting the working angle that the board sits at when table mounted. For storage it can be removed completely. Two clamps are supplied to keep everything sturdy and in place when working on a table top, giving a stable working platform to create your blend. 

The carding area covers 30cm x 30cm and is made of the same specification card cloth that we use for our Wingham Hand Carders. This 72 PPI cloth is suitable for most wool types that you'll be using, though if you aren't sure if it's right for what you intend on using then feel free to contact us in advance.


Weight: 2.8kilos, a good weight to give stability
Carry handle slot
Stainless steel carder wire for easy care and non rusting 72 TPI
Birch faced ply board for stability, no warping
Adjustable 3 position keel for varying the table angle
The keel can be rotated so that the board can be placed on your lap and gripped. 
Table edge clamping points and clamps for secure fixing.
Mini carder with reversed head to enable fibre to be brushed down into the wire.
A pair of dowels for rolling off the fibre into rolags.


It can be used as a carding board by using a full sized hand carder against it. 
Set the board up, load it with washed fibre as you would a handcarder. Card the fibre with a full sized hand carder. To take the fibre off use the pair of dowels to roll into rolags.