Our "Verdigris" colorway is now broken down into a kit! It's our best selling batt ever and.. our favorite too.
"The name verdigris comes from the Middle English vertegrez, from the Old French verte grez, an alteration of vert-de-Grèce ("green of Greece"). The modern French spelling of this word is vert-de-gris. Since it was used as a pigment in paintings and other art objects (as green color), it was required by artists in Greece. It was originally made by hanging copper plates over hot vinegar in a sealed pot until a green crust formed on the copper. Another method of obtaining verdigris pigment, used in the Middle Ages, was to attach copper strips to a wooden block with acetic acid, then bury the sealed block in dung. A few weeks later the pot was dug up and the verdigris scraped off."
This listing is for a KIT containing loose fiber. It will not come to you carded, You get to make the magic happen all on your own :D
BTW: If you want us to card it for you, please use this listing: http://etsy.me/2fbsYi0
The tech specs:
— Tussah silk
— Corrie Cross
— Silk Noils
— a mix of commercially and hand dyed fibers
— needle felting
— nuno felting
— wet felting
Colorway: Teal, turquoise, aqua, sienna, brown, topaz
** We store and package our fibers with herbal sachets. So we may better care for you, please let us know in advance if your allergies are an issue. :)
FYI: We're cat and dog friendly people, but we do our best to keep the fibers away from our fur babies. Again, If allergies are an issue, do let us know if we can do something to help :)
Photos: We do our very best to represent our colors and textures, photographing them in a lightbox, in sunlight, with/without flash... Having said that, we hope that you'll understand that there are so many variables that will affect what you see (including monitors, climate and individual perception) and that you understand that some differences can occur.
Shipping from United States
1-3 business days
Customs and import taxes
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Returns & Exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have a handful of wholesale accounts, but at this time, we are not looking for more. We thank you for your interest :)
Custom and personalized orders
The ability to customize, personalize orders is the number one reason we work mostly on a "made to order" basis. We want you to have everything just as you need/want it! We understand that this makes our shipping times slower, but we hope you will agree that we are worth the wait :)
Does your roving come in one, continuous piece?
Not always. Let us know if this is important, and we will make it happen.
Why is the shipping so high? Can you fix it?
It's a long, convoluted answer having to do with the fact that we offer variations of weight in our batts and other items. We pay the extra shipping on larger batts, but we have no way of setting the shipping lower on the sample sizes, so we have to meet somewhere in the middle --which is often WAY too much if you are ordering a quantity of sample batts.
And yes. We can fix it, just message us. Or.. check out and leave us a note reminding us to refund your excess shipping. Either way, we understand. We hate overpaying for shipping too :D
You forgot my felting needles. Will you send them?
If we forgot them, of course we will :D
But first... take a peek on the side of the foam. 99.99% of the time, they are there, just overlooked.
Why does it take 10-14 days to mail a batt?
We dye a very large proportion (60-75%!!) of our wool, Firestar and Silk. We're really proud of the number of colors we offer-- and we only have plans to do more. We do this because it the work we love to do, it's one of many things that we think make our work worthwhile, special. Additionally, we do not want our batts sitting in inventory, compacting from lack of use. And then... what if you want to customize the batt? We do that too :D
We make our batts to order because we make them for you— and we make a LOT of them, so there is usually a line when you order as well. We think they are worth the wait and hope that you will too. Naturally, if you need something faster, let us know. We work magic, that's what we do :D
Jul 10, 2018
Beautiful fast shipping even to the Alaska Wilderness!,
Jun 16, 2018
May 17, 2018
Wildethyme is a wonderful Esty Shop to deal with! Shipping is quick, the prices are fair, and everything is carefully packed. The various wool rovings, batts, and other fibers I have found here work wonderfully for me. I feel like I am in a candy shop with all the beautiful color choices. Because I have ordered a number of different colors and wool types, I’m simply going to repeat this review for each. Every order has been excellent and Laura and Steph are exceptionally pleasant and helpful to work with. Thank you!!
May 2, 2018
Delighted as ever - these colors are amazing
Apr 25, 2018
So beautiful! I am really looking forward to carding these!