remain logged in
2. Wool clipping - usually once a year in spring
3. Selection of the clips 4. Wool scouring (about 6 – 8 baths – by-product is lanolin (wool grease) which is used in the cosmetic industry 5. Scoured and dried wool is carded (wool fibres are parallelised but still contain all the vegetable matter and neps)
6. Combing the carded wool into combed wool tops - main parts of the vegetable matter and neps are eliminated.
7. Dyeing, blending and stretching of the wool tops
8. This is the basis material for felting