Everyone is satisfied with performance of felt wads, but they are time & labor intensive to produce, with the need to cut them out, lube them, then package them for storage.
I propose eliminating all manufacturing steps prior to the point of use:
Place a pinch of fiber material directly to the chamber, then tamp it down firmly.
Add a tiny dab of your favorite ball lube, then seat the ball.
Simple, direct & no prep, stamping, dipping or any fabrication work necessary before you use it.
The secret wad material? - it's FREE! it's Dryer Lint. I've loaded up a cylinder for my 1858 Remington with the dryer lint wads & after compression, they look pretty solid. Only the smallest amount of lube is necessary, just to prevent any excess from getting pushed thru the wad material & into the powder while being compressed.
If I can get out to the range tomorrow, I'll compare the accuracy with that of the accurate TP wads I'm already fond of.