Full Circle Wool

DIY Climate Beneficial™ Wool Dryer Ball Kit


Make your own felted wool dryer balls with this fun, easy-to-use kit and save a bit! Contents come in an organic cotton bag that you can use to store your finished dryer balls in. Instructions and all materials needed included.

Wool dryer balls naturally soften fabrics, eliminate wrinkles, and can reduce drying time up to 25%! Unlike liquid fabric softeners and dryer sheets, they can be reused for several years and don't shed toxins or microplastics into the water supply, and when they've ceased to be effective, you can throw them in the compost pile.

This wool is sourced from a transitional Climate Beneficial™* farm in the Northern California fibershed.

How to use your wool dryer balls: Simply leave 3-6 wool dryer balls in your dryer to use with every load. The more of them you use, the more drying time is reduced. If you prefer scented laundry, after the main drying cycle has completed you can put a few drops of your favorite essential oil on them (and wait for it to absorb) and run your dryer on air dry for a few minutes.

Part of our Fibershed collection.

Based in the Northern California Fibershed, Full Circle Wool is a woman-owned business producing a variety of home goods from locally sourced Climate Beneficial wool – supporting small farmers, supporting carbon farming practices from rotational grazing management to cover cropping and compost application, and keeping the local fiber and textile supply chain alive.

Materials: Undyed Climate Beneficial™ wool, organic cotton bag.

Raised and made in Northern California.

Each finished dryer ball will measure ~3" in diameter.

*Climate Beneficial™ is a trademarked verification by Fibershed, a 501c3 non-profit, confirming that the fiber is grown on a farm or ranch operating under, and actively implementing, a Carbon Farm Plan. These plans are specific documents created between the farm or ranch and a third-party biologist, usually through a local Resource Conservation District (RCD) or Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office. The plans identify and quantify on-farm practices that sequester carbon out of the atmosphere, thus giving real data on climate change amelioration associated with verified fiber products.