Dia Duit! — goat wool
Posted by Deirdre Murray on
There are many different types of wool out there. So what makes each one special and why should you buy them? Merino Wool: Merino wool comes from the Merino Sheep (no surprises there I guess) one of the oldest and toughest breeds of sheep around! Their wool is famous for being incredibly durable yet fine and very soft. It’s ideal for making high quality clothing and accessories such as this scarf and cardigan. The Merino Sheep needs to be sheared at least once a year as their fleece will never stop growing! That’s some coat on that lad! Lambswool: Lambswool...
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