Camel Fluff! Beautifully warm and soft Camel fiber, perfect for any luxury project.
Camel hair is considered to be a luxury fiber in its de-haired form with a micron count of 17-19. The Bactrian (two humped) camel produces an undercoat of soft strong fiber and a coarse outer coat of strong fiber. The animal sheds its hair every year and this is collected by the herdsmen. The fiber from the soft undercoat is prized for use in coatings and other fabrics. This is obtained commercially in a carding process, known as de-hairing. This process is slow and expensive.
The resulting fiber can then be used 100% or in blends with wool. The fiber has similar properties to wool and is warm in cold weather. The fiber is a white to light natural fawn color in young animals and darker and coarser in adults. Therefore baby hair is more prized than adult hair and commands a much higher price.
Sold by the ounce in a separate listing
|Fiber Choices||Camelid: Camel|
|Color Family||Brown, Natural/Undyed|