Rambouillet produce a wonderful crimpy fibre, but with a more dis-organised crimp, matte appearance, and longer staple than their close relations, the Merino.
The breed is a very old one, dating back to 1786 when the first Spanish Merino sheep were allowed to leave Spain as a gift to the French King.
Micron Count 20-23
Hand dyed by me in my home in the Welsh hills using acid dyes, these give strong, long lasting colours.~ 100g (3.5oz)This fibre is hand dyed in small batches, where more than one braid is available they will have been dyed at the same time, using the same dye stock, but my dyeing technique produces braids with subtle variations, no two braids are ever identical, where multiple braids are available they are shown in the additional photographs. For more detailed washing instructions take a look here.