The Wensleydale wool is a luxurious fibre, the most lustrous and finest longwool in the world. It contains no kemp, which are the coarse, itchy fibres found in other types of wool. This means that it can be worn against the skin. It is an exceptionally rare breed and is on the endangered list.
The Shetland, a small primitve breed have fibre as soft as cashmere. Their fleeces are woven into cloth for our Izzy Lane coats and skirts