Navajo-Churro sheep have a dual-coated fleece consisting of a long, hairy outer coat and a shorter, downy under coat. This roving blends both coats together to create a strong fiber with an overall rugged feel. Navajo-Churro are descended from sheep brought to what is now the Southwestern United States by Spanish colonizers in the 16th century. Their fleece has become an essential part of the weaving traditions of the Dine’ people (Navajo native Americans).
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100 percent bone white Navajo-Churro roving .
Medium, best for weaving and outerwear.