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Master Spinner Level Five Indispensable Bundle

Master Spinner Level Five Indispensable Bundle

Regular price $162.00 CAD
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Changes are coming to this box to include manmade fibres. Check back to see the new included fibre list. 

Due to the elimination of the Vendor market at Fibre Week, we have decided to include manmade fibres in this box. The purpose of these boxes is to make it easier to find the fibres you need. But now that the Vendor market is gone, it makes it harder for you to find them. We need some time to source and figure out the new price but this is coming.   

The level five bundle does not include raw fibres since we feel that finding local producers close to you is part of the learning objectives for this class. We also chose not to include synthetic or manmade fibres since although they are important learning fibres, they are not consistent with our mandate to not carry synthetics or manmade fibres. 
This box is priced at a 15% discount compared to if you bought each item individually which means you have more money to spend the way you want. Shipping is included in the price. Any shipping you may be charged during checkout will be refunded. 

This bundle contains these fibres.

  • dyed and undyed merino wool, dyed fibres may be different from the photo
  • undyed angora fibre
  • Lincoln wool
  • Blue-Faced Leicester wool
  • Romney wool
  • Southdown wool
  • undyed white cotton
  • undyed mulberry silk


    Fibres that you will need to source on your own but if you have trouble finding them, let us know and we can give you some ideas.

    • Nylon (fake cashmere) roving
    • Icicle Nylon fibre
    • Rayon/viscose fibre
    • Lyocell fibre
    • Bamboo from viscose fibre
    • Mint fibre
    • Rose fibre
    • Seacell fibre
    • Milk fibre
    • Soybean fibre
    • Raw/washed wool locks


    Note: Although we try our best to accurately represent the colours in our photos, differences in monitors could mean that the colour you see on your screen is different from the fibre colour.