Lambswool

Lambswool is wool which is 50mm or shorter from the first shearing of a sheep, at around the age of seven months. It is soft, elastic, and slippery, and is used in high-grade textiles. Weaner fleece is wool 50mm or longer from young sheep, that have been shorn for the first time, and which exhibits the characteristic lambs tip and staple structure...
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Lambswool

The first clippings of young sheep, about seven or eight months old, are mostly used in high grade fabrics. They are woven to create a warm, durable wool that is elastic, soft, and resilient.
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lambswool

The hide of a sheep, also called lambskin or sheepskin. Lambswool is used to produce sheepskin leather products and soft, wool-lined clothing or coverings, including gloves, hats, footstools, and automotive seat covers. WATCH our video with step-by-step washing instructions.
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Lambswool

The first clippings of a young sheep. Mostly used in high-grade fabrics, woven to create a durable, soft, and resilient fabric.
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