Mohair is an animal fiber, shorn from the Angora Goat, and the word "mohair" comes from the Arabic word mukhayyar, literally meaning 'choice'. Mohair grows approximately 1" every month, and the goats are usually shorn every 6 months.
Mohair is a very versatile fiber, and has many properties not found in any other animal fiber. It is strong and durable, meaning it can be bent and twisted without damaging the fiber. Mohair does not conduct heat, and provides good insulation, even when it is wet. Unlike wool, mohair fibers are smooth, and are thus less irritating to the skin, even for people who are sensitive to wool. This smoothness also means it is easy to dye, and will resist fading. Mohair can be easily bended with many other fibers, allowing for the best properties of both fibers to be used. For instance a mohair/wool blend could have the body and bounce of wool, with the strength, durability and lustre of mohair. And mohair is non-flammable!
Our yarns are available in white and natural colors.
*All weights and yardage are approximate.
We have a variety of 100% mohair, 100% wool, and blended rovings available at all times
70% natural kid mohair, 30% black romney wool
50% white mohair, 50% black wool.
70% natural brown mohair, 30% fine wool pencil roving
80% white yearling mohair, 20% romney wool pencil roving
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We offer raw (unwashed) white and colored mohair for the handspinner and fiber artist. We have variety of natural colored animals producing lustrous fiber in shades ranging from silver gray to midnight black. White mohair is available in grades from strong ffine in adult, yearling and kid.*Prices are per pound. Fleece weights are approximate. Call or e-mail for availability and fleece samples. firstname.lastname@example.org
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