Animal Hair

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A choice of alternative fibres for the needle felter. Animal hair does not always felt easily using the traditional method of elbow grease, soap and hot water. The term felting is generally related to wool fibre, taking advantage of the scales on the fibre surface (find out more about wool fibre). For other fibres which can be consolidated by friction and soapy water (including dreadlocks!) it is matting, and the result has less structural integrity than felted wool. Animal hair can however be felted into three dimensional objects using a felting needle read about the process of needle felting.

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