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Washing Wool and Mohair Namaste Farms

Most people know that I started a wool shampoo company, Namaste Farms Wool Products. While I still leave up my original youtube washing video, my methods are quite different now. Originally, I didn’t really think there could be much of a difference between washing fiber with some “other” product and washing

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Namaste Farms

2021-4-29  Namaste Farms Retreat Jan 25-26 2020 View Post Retreat / September 13, 2019 Dyeing Yarn and Combed Top Retreat in Maryland @ Tenney’s Fiber Farm View Post Uncategorized / August 11, 2019 Humane Pelt! I.E. NOT a Hide/Animal Skin View Post

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Namaste Farms, 34355 De Portola Rd, Temecula, CA (2020)

2020-4-7  Namaste Farms. Namaste Farms Wool and Mohair has been making handspinners happy for nearly 10 years. We are a local business nestled in Temecula Valleys wine country. Check Namaste Farms page for updates and availability of Teeswater, Wensleydale, Gotland and mohair fleeces. You can watch Namaste Farms on Livestreams, Spreecast, Youtube Channel ...

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Namaste Farms Scour the Scoundrel The Woolery

Continuing the legacy of hair care icon Jheri Redding, son Sean and his wife Natalie, a leading expert in wool and other animal fiber, introduce Namaste Farms Wool Shampoos. Namaste Farm products were formulated by top industry researchers and are guaranteed cosmetic grade. Use paraben and sulfate free "Scour the Scoundrel" for pre-washed high ...

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Artisan Spotlight: Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms - The ...

2016-3-8  A good wool wash is worth its weight in gold for both spinners and dyers, and Namaste Farms' Wash It Dye is one of the best ones out there: not only does it clean and condition fibers, it also increases dye uptake - all without the use of parabens or sufates. Today, we have an interview with Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms, which is a family-owned and operated business based in Southern ...

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Namaste Farms Wash It Dye Shampoo The Woolery

Now:$17.00. Wash It Dye is a paraben and sulfate free shampoo that conditions and helps dyes uptake to more vibrant colors. It also helps in fading of dyes when using on your finished yarns or knitted items. It is perfect on low oil raw fibers and as a conditioning shampoo or pre-dye soak. Continuing the legacy of hair care icon Jheri Redding ...

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Mohair – everythingfiberarts

2017-6-17  June 23, 2014 May 17, 2016 Posted in Angora goat, fiber, Fiber art experiment, Fleece, Lanolin, Mohair, Pygora, Spinning, Teeswater locks, Wool, Wool locks, Wool Shampoo, Wool wash Leave a comment Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms, sent me samples of her new products along with some ruined wool/mohair samples to try it on the worst of the worst.

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How to Wash and Prepare Fleece The Woolery

3. WASH / SCOUR. Put HOT water in a large tub or washer, enough water so that when the wool is submerged it isn’t too cramped. BEFORE putting the wool in, add enough soap to make the water feel slippery. The Woolery offers a full line of scour products from Kookaburra, Namaste Farms and Unicorn. Alternatively, you can use dishwashing ...

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FAQ – Rach-Alpaca Fiber

Perhaps the best reason for pre-washing wool and mohair is simply to reduce the incoming weight. While alpaca generally loses 15% in washing, wool mohair can run as high as 40%. Getting a lot of that grease out before sending it in will substantially lower your shipping cost! Alpaca benefits more from a good shaking than pre-washing.

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Wool – everythingfiberarts

2017-11-19  See what I mean, for yourself. There really isn’t another item to compare it to. It is a wool washing advancement, unlike anything out there, hence the name wool shampoo. With Dirty Bastard, You wash the wool the same way they wash your hair at a salon. It’s fast, easy, and saves water, and is undeniably rewarding you with gorgeous fiber.

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Namaste Farms, 34355 De Portola Rd, Temecula, CA (2020)

2020-4-7  Namaste Farms. Namaste Farms Wool and Mohair has been making handspinners happy for nearly 10 years. We are a local business nestled in Temecula Valleys wine country. Check Namaste Farms page for updates and availability of Teeswater, Wensleydale, Gotland and mohair fleeces. You can watch Namaste Farms on Livestreams, Spreecast, Youtube Channel ...

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Namaste Farms Scour the Scoundrel The Woolery

Continuing the legacy of hair care icon Jheri Redding, son Sean and his wife Natalie, a leading expert in wool and other animal fiber, introduce Namaste Farms Wool Shampoos. Namaste Farm products were formulated by top industry researchers and are guaranteed cosmetic grade. Use paraben and sulfate free "Scour the Scoundrel" for pre-washed high ...

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Artisan Spotlight: Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms - The ...

2016-3-8  A good wool wash is worth its weight in gold for both spinners and dyers, and Namaste Farms' Wash It Dye is one of the best ones out there: not only does it clean and condition fibers, it also increases dye uptake - all without the use of parabens or sufates. Today, we have an interview with Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms, which is a family-owned and operated business based in Southern ...

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Mohair – everythingfiberarts

2017-6-17  June 23, 2014 May 17, 2016 Posted in Angora goat, fiber, Fiber art experiment, Fleece, Lanolin, Mohair, Pygora, Spinning, Teeswater locks, Wool, Wool locks, Wool Shampoo, Wool wash Leave a comment Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms, sent me samples of her new products along with some ruined wool/mohair samples to try it on the worst of the worst.

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How to Wash and Prepare Fleece The Woolery

3. WASH / SCOUR. Put HOT water in a large tub or washer, enough water so that when the wool is submerged it isn’t too cramped. BEFORE putting the wool in, add enough soap to make the water feel slippery. The Woolery offers a full line of scour products from Kookaburra, Namaste Farms and Unicorn. Alternatively, you can use dishwashing ...

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FAQ – Rach-Alpaca Fiber

Perhaps the best reason for pre-washing wool and mohair is simply to reduce the incoming weight. While alpaca generally loses 15% in washing, wool mohair can run as high as 40%. Getting a lot of that grease out before sending it in will substantially lower your shipping cost! Alpaca benefits more from a good shaking than pre-washing.

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Home - Three Points Fiber Mill

Three Points Fiber Mill Transforming fiber into custom yarns, rovings, batts, felted fabrics Fiber Processing Specializing in alpaca, angora goat mohair and sheep’s wool, our mill processes fiber and produces yarn, roving, batts, and felted fabrics for small farms across the country. Alpaca herd services We’d love to have the opportunity to share our Home Read More »

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ABOUT MOHAIR - Mohair La Toison Douce

The MOHAIR is an alive fibre. Thanks to its raised adiathermic property, as soon as the weather is cold, the MOHAIR inflates air and forms between the skin and clothing or the cover, a kind of insulating “feather bed”. The MOHAIR breathes. If the weather is hot, it absorbs the moisture of the body and exports it towards outside.

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Mohair care - Mohair La Toison Douce

Mohair's clothes is washed in lukewarm water maximum 30 ° with a mild shampoo or a special wool liquid detergent. Wash quickly without leaving to soak. Rinse in several waters at the same temperature then spin without twisting. In the machine, we recommend a cold wash in the wool cycle. You can use the spin cycle of your washing

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Wool – everythingfiberarts

2017-11-19  See what I mean, for yourself. There really isn’t another item to compare it to. It is a wool washing advancement, unlike anything out there, hence the name wool shampoo. With Dirty Bastard, You wash the wool the same way they wash your hair at a salon. It’s fast, easy, and saves water, and is undeniably rewarding you with gorgeous fiber.

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Namaste Farms puts a different spin on yarn - Los Angeles ...

2011-6-19  Today her frequently updated Namaste Farms Facebook page has 1,245 friends and she’s posted nearly two dozen YouTube videos offering tips on sheep shearing, wool

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FAQ – Rach-Alpaca Fiber

Perhaps the best reason for pre-washing wool and mohair is simply to reduce the incoming weight. While alpaca generally loses 15% in washing, wool mohair can run as high as 40%. Getting a lot of that grease out before sending it in will substantially lower your shipping cost! Alpaca benefits more from a good shaking than pre-washing.

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Mohair care - Mohair La Toison Douce

Mohair's clothes is washed in lukewarm water maximum 30 ° with a mild shampoo or a special wool liquid detergent. Wash quickly without leaving to soak. Rinse in several waters at the same temperature then spin without twisting. In the machine, we recommend a cold wash in the wool cycle. You can use the spin cycle of your washing

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Home - Three Points Fiber Mill

Three Points Fiber Mill Transforming fiber into custom yarns, rovings, batts, felted fabrics Fiber Processing Specializing in alpaca, angora goat mohair and sheep’s wool, our mill processes fiber and produces yarn, roving, batts, and felted fabrics for small farms across the country. Alpaca herd services We’d love to have the opportunity to share our Home Read More »

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How to Wash and Prepare Fleece The Woolery

3. WASH / SCOUR. Put HOT water in a large tub or washer, enough water so that when the wool is submerged it isn’t too cramped. BEFORE putting the wool in, add enough soap to make the water feel slippery. The Woolery offers a full line of scour products from Kookaburra, Namaste Farms and Unicorn. Alternatively, you can use dishwashing ...

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ABOUT MOHAIR - Mohair La Toison Douce

The MOHAIR is an alive fibre. Thanks to its raised adiathermic property, as soon as the weather is cold, the MOHAIR inflates air and forms between the skin and clothing or the cover, a kind of insulating “feather bed”. The MOHAIR breathes. If the weather is hot, it absorbs the moisture of the body and exports it towards outside.

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wool breeds – everythingfiberarts

2016-4-19  Posts about wool breeds written by Trisha. Handspun adventures 7/16/2014 Scrapbox Edition Water Lily. Water lily handspun finished yarn Namaste Farms ‘scrapbox’ edition posts will be seen, more than once,in different themes as my collection is growing. These are such a treat

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Wool – everythingfiberarts

2017-11-19  See what I mean, for yourself. There really isn’t another item to compare it to. It is a wool washing advancement, unlike anything out there, hence the name wool shampoo. With Dirty Bastard, You wash the wool the same way they wash your hair at a salon. It’s fast, easy, and saves water, and is undeniably rewarding you with gorgeous fiber.

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FARM SHOW Magazine - The BEST stories about Made-It

Prices for custom processing of new wool starts with washing at $4/lb. and carding at $8/lb. Contact the company for a detailed price listing. Kearns encourages larger volume wool producers looking for custom processing to contact the St. Peter Mill’s sister mill in Montague, Calif. The Woolgatherer Carding Mill is a larger scale wool processor.

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Teeswater locks – everythingfiberarts

2017-6-17  Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms, sent me samples of her new products along with some ruined wool/mohair samples to try it on the worst of the worst. It fixed everything, and made it even better. This stuff is so amazing, be excited people, be very excited.

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