So what's this wool used for?
If you are new to woolcraft, or want to try your hand with a new technique, here's a few reasons you might want to buy my wool!
Thick and Thin and Novelty Yarns
Merino fibre can be used for any fine novelty yarn you can think of! Consult books, your local spinning group or one of the excellent spinning magazines available (Spin Off comes to mind)
Thick and thin yarn is very popular for hats in particular at the moment, and makes a wonderful effect yarn for garments. See my photo tutorial on this technique - with my own take on finishing the yarn.
Heavenly Wools merino tops are ideally suited to spinning. They can be used to produce a medium to fine yarn suitable for babywear and light cardigans, scarves and hats scarves, lace knitting and fine knitwear. This fibre is not superwash treated, so is not shrink-resistant. Treat it with care while washing.
This technique, and the closely related Kiwicraft, is used to produce knitted items straight from fibre. It's useful for making hats, scarves and heavy outer garments, and is particularly applicable to post-kintting felting techniques. See my no-spin knitting videos.