Mohair is considered to be a luxury fibre. The Angora goat produces a long, lustrous, springy coat and the fibre has very few scales. The coat is shorn from the animal in the same way as wool. The animals are shorn twice a year, as with sheep. Due to its lustrous nature, it produces very attractive fabrics, either used 100% or in blends with wool, although high percentages tend to make articles feel very cool or even cold to the first touch.
We are proud to offer this high quality mohair fibre that was grown and processed in New South Wales (Australia). There are some small bits of grass in the fibre. It is a lovely natural white colour. It is carded and ready for spinning. It would also be suitable for dolls hair.