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Felt for schools

If you're considering felt making with your students give us a call and  we can post your fibres before invoicing you. All we require is an order number and an email for billing.


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Welcome to Adelaide Walker

You're very welcome to visit us Tuesday to Friday  9.30am - 2.30pm or see where we're out and about.

Last order date for your woolly goodies to the UK is by 2pm on Wednesday 20th December (Thursday 21st December for Special Delivery). For all other destinations please see our blog.

*may exclude courier orders

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The Bergschaf is a cross breed of domestic sheep from the Tyrol area of Austria and Italy. It’s a fantastic wool to use for both needle felting, where the shorter staple and crimp help it needle felt quickly, and for making strong wet felt for boots, handbags and vessels.  32-36 micron



Our quality merino wool is from non-mulesd flocks in South Africa and is dyed for us locally in Bradford. The dyes conform to the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 which means they’re colour fast and non-toxic. The wool is a fine 22 micron (66s Bradford count) and is perfect for felt making or spinning projects.

Drop Spindles

Drop Spindles

We offer a range of spindles suitable for beginners to those with more experience. Some of the spindles we dye in a rainbow of colours, wax and assemble ourselves, many of the rest are handcrafted (or hand turned) for us in Yorkshire and Cumbria offering a variety of weights, woods and finishing details

Acid Dyes

Acid Dyes

Acid dyes are suitable for dyeing proteins so they’re perfect for wool, silk, feathers, mohair, angora, nylon, fur, etc. They conform to EEC regulations, are colour fast and non toxic. They’re simple to use and can be fixed with white vinegar. As with paints you can mix them together to create unlimited colours / shades.