North American Curly Horse Fiber

FUN FIBER FACT Hair from the North American Curly Horse can be used to produce soft fiber generally uncharacteristic of horse hair. The long, wavy qualities of the fiber allow it to be spun into usable yarn, especially when combined with other fibers. The best Curly fiber is similar to mohair in its softness, although […]

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Fun Fiber Fact: Land of Rabbits

Spain gets its name from explorers who discovered the land in 1100 B.C. and called it i-shepham-in, or in Latin, Hispani, which means “land of rabbits.” Today, more than 180 domestic breeds can trace their heritage back to wild rabbits of the Iberian Peninsula. View more fiber facts! Purchase these products in our shop!

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Fun Fiber Fact: Kapok

Kapok, or Ceiba pentadra, is a tree native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South America, and tropical West Africa. The tree is cultivated for the cotton-like fiber of its seed pods, which is called Java cotton, Java kapok, silk-cotton, Samauma, or ceiba. View more fiber facts!

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