Wool from the first shearing of a lamb that can be anything from six months to a year old, depending on the climatic conditions of the herd. Six to eight-month-old lambs produce the best quality fibre: long, soft and fine. Lambswool is woven or knitted into fine quality cloth that can be made in to any type of furnishing; however as it’s more expensive and more luxurious than sheep’s wool, it makes sense to keep it fro luxury items and close to the body – for bedcovers, pillows, bed cushions, chair covers.

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