~ Cream Of Wheat ~ Wool For Rug Hooking, Applique, Penny Rugs, Quilting
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~ Cream Of Wheat ~ Wool For Rug Hooking, Applique, Penny Rugs, Quilting:
'Cream of Wheat' - Another bundle of whites - a natural white, a cream white, linen stripe and a light warm oatmeal.
Four 1/16 yd pieces make up this 1/4 yd. bundle of mill dyed wools.The wool pieces measure 6" - 7" wide and 15"-17" long.
Ifyou like the color, but need a larger piece for your project, contact me as I may have some in stock not already bundled.
I’m happy tocombine multiple purchases into one package for discounted shipping, as follows:
United States (Continental)–Shipping is First Class/Priority, $2.35 for the first ¼ yd bundle, each additional ¼ yd bundle is $1.20. If you are buying four or more bundles, email me for an invoice so I can give you a more accurate shipping rate, it may save you money.
Canada- Shipping is First Class International (up to 4 lb), $7.50 for the first ¼ yd bundle, each additional ¼ yd is $1.20 (US).I ship First Class International as it ismuch cheaper to ship than Priority International (about 1/4 to 1/3 the cost of Priority) however it is considered low-priority air delivery and as such will take quite a bit longer in transit. How long will it take your package to arrive? If you live in the Eastern part of Canada you should receive your package within 1 to 2 weeks. If you live in the western part of Canada shipping times can be anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks. And there is no tracking so I cross my fingers as I pat my woolies goodbye at the post office and wish them safe and swift travels :D. If you can deal with the long shipping times I am more than happy to sell to you.
A note about my wool:
All wool comes to you ‘fulled’ and ready for your project. If you are buying wool off the bolt, I have washed and dried it in a controlled process to fluff and tighten the wool but not so much as to felt it. The same process occurs when I hand dye the wool in my dye pots. All wool shrinks during this process, usually by 10% to 15%.
Most of the wool I sell is fromRebecca Erb, Heavens to Betsyand Dorr, with a smattering of otherBritish woolsfrom assorted vendors.
And… I love to dye wool; I never met wool too ugly to take home and throw in the dye pot. My bundles may contain all overdyed wool, mill dyed or both. As far as trying to depict the true color of the wool on your computer monitor – I do my best between my color corrected photos and descriptions, but please understand that it’s not an exact science...