Corriedale: (24-28 Micron) Soft and cuddly against the skin, has good elasticity and holds its shape well and is more durable that Merino, making it a good all-rounder. The staple is long and easy to spin, gliding through your fingers nicely.
Romney/Corriedale Cross: (28-32 Micron) A softer but still durable fibre with good length, good for outdoor Jumpers, socks and general durable use. Handcrafters enjoy using this versatile fibre.
Romney: (30-36 Micron) Harder wearing, a long staple with a bit of lustre, more suitable for durable outdoor garments, rugs cushions etc. Easy to spin.
Gilled Wool: Gilled Wool has been washed, Carded and Slivered, then several Slivers at a time join through the Gilling Machine where the fibers are blended and aligned up parallel, making it easier to spin and giving a smoother finish to your work.