This is Jack my Angora Rabbit. Angora wool is naturally shed or can be sheared. It is then spun into yarn and can be used for knitting, crocheting and felting projects. Angora is ideal for making baby garments, winter underwear, sweaters, hats, scarves, and mittens because it is a very warm fiber. It is very soft next to the skin and believed to be seven times warmer than sheep wool.
Jack is my RABBIT ACTIVIST…. He is speaking out against carrying a rabbit’s foot for good luck. Jack happily donates his angora wool to be spun into yarn and then I make it into luck charms and accessories. You can view some of Jack’s angora items that are for sale here.
Please Never Carry a Rabbit’s Foot for Good Luck!
Rabbits are not harmed by the use of their hair/wool