Wool

The use of sheep wool dates back approximately 10,000 years in Asia Minor. Between 3,000 and 1,000 B.C. the Persians, Greeks and Romans distributed sheep and wool throughout Europe. The Romans brought sheep to Great Britain. There are two types of wool yarn - woolen and worsted. Woolen yarn is spun from the shorted wool fibers. Worsted yarn contains longer fibers from combed wool and is consequently stronger and more durable than woolen yarn. Wool yarn has many beneficial properties: naturally soft, warmth, comfort, elasticity, sustainable, durability and versatility to name but a few. We include in the wool range all types of sheep.

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