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  • ORDER PAYMENT 

Prices shown are Australian dollars.
When placing an order, payment options are Card, PayPal and Bank transfer:

          1. Card payment is enabled for any Australian-issued and most international chip cards or magstripe cards with a Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and JCB logo, as well as bank-issued eftpos chip cards. Credit, Debit and Prepaid card types are accepted.
          2. PayPal – Use your PayPal account, with option to Buy Now Pay Later – 4 instalments for purchases over  $30.
          3. Direct bank transfer – Within Australia only.  Our bank account details are displayed at checkout after bank transfer method is selected. Orders are dispatched once deposited funds are received or proof of transfer is supplied.
          4. Account / Credit facilities are not available. 

    • CONTACT  – For more details or to send a message, please use the email contact form.  

    • SHIPPING 

    • ORDER TRACKING

    • ACCOUNT  –  Creating an account is not mandatory. However, creating an account allows you to view your recent orders, manage your shipping and billing addresses, edit your password and account details. If you do not wish to create an account, orders can be placed as a ‘Guest’. Should you require information regarding past orders in the future, please contact us.

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    • PRIVACY POLICY

    • RETURNS

    • OFFICIAL RESELLER – DHG PRODUCTS

    • GIFT CARD BALANCE

Based in Perth Australia, Unicorn Fibres is an online business focusing on quality felting supplies. We aim to source and supply fellow felt makers, spinners and textile artists with quality fibres at affordable prices. We stock a large range of felting supplies, featuring extra fine combed merino wool rovings , unique wool / viscose blendscarded wool and viscose fibre. Supplies for felting include mini washboards  and needle felting tools. All prices shown are in Australian dollars. Owner Sara Quail is a felt maker and has been actively involved with a variety of textiles over the last 2 decades – exhibitions, teaching, magazine articles…. See more at saraquail.com