A great choice for creating soft, lightweight garments.
Developed in the 1920s in New Mexico as a cross of Merino and Rambouillet. A conservation breed, the Debouillet fleece is known for it fine, soft, highly crimped locks. Care must be taken to remove the grease as it will easily felt with agitation.
- Breed: Debouillet
- Weight: 1 lb.
- Staple Length: 3" - 5"
- Micron Average: 18-24
- Lanolin: Heavy
- VM and Dirt: Very Clean
- Fleece: Dense, heavy fleeces with fine crimp which is defined in both the fibers and the locks.