Felting begins with roving and batting from the flock fleeces.
I’m sold out of white and natural colored roving at present; a new batch of fiber will go to the processor soon (spring shearing is April 24, 2018). I have dyed roving in yellow, red, and blue. Note that roving is not “top” (further carded to remove short fibers, which provides only the longest fibers that are easiest to spin into yarn). It’s perfect for felting.
Tanned Merino sheepskins are soft and dense. Current colors: white and dark brown. $100.