A sheep but once sheared.
A young sheep between its first and second shearing. Sheep are normally sheared once a year.
A male sheep between the ages of 1 and 2 years that has not been castrated.
Sheepskin or lambskin with the wool still attached. Used often as a lining for shoes and boots.
a sheep that has been shorn once
a yearling sheep who has been shorn once
A bumpy texture similar to lambs wool.
Natural lamb pelts with the leather side often sueded and worn on the outside. color variation and skin blemishes are common.
strictly speaking this is the skin from a sheep about a year old that has been sheared once. Widely used to mean the equivalent of sheepskin - examples being shearling slippers and shearling boots.
Wooled sheep and lambskins, tanned with the wool intact.
Three possible definitions: 1) a year old sheep that has been sheared once. 2) The skin of a shearling or of a newly sheared sheep or lamb. 3) The first wool coat of a shearling.
Shearling is a soft, natural material and one of nature's greatest insulators. Used for centuries by humans, shearling is a sheepskin or lambskin pelt that has gone through a shearing process to obtain a uniform depth of the wool fiber for a more uniform look and feel.