Skipping Rocks Baby Camel/Silk
My brother and I used to compete at skipping rocks up at our camp on Moosehead Lake. The smooth, grey slate would skim over the dark blue of the lake, out past the dock before sinking to the bottom.
*Please note that these are hand-dyed in small batches and colors may vary slightly from braid to braid.
With a micron count of 16 to 18, and a staple length of 1-3 inches, baby camel down can be as soft as cashmere. For a fiber that is so soft and fine, it is strong for a luxury fiber. Camel doesn't tend to felt easily, but it can be achieved. Silk adds luster and strength.