Wool is a beautiful natural material. Wool clothes last a long time. When produced in an animal-friendly manner, it is a nice sustainable raw material.
A fine example is Pashmina, better known as Cashmere wool, coming from the undercoat of Cashmere goats. In spring, the cashmere can be collected from the goats when they drop their winter coat. To retrieve wool, the goats are sometimes combed or shaved.
Another hit is Alpaca wool. This wool comes from alpaca, and it is ten times warmer than sheep wool. The wool is free from lanoline, which makes it hypoallergenic. Moreover, the wool is naturally water and fire resistant.
Merino wool comes from the merino sheep. Because of its rinkly skin, this sheep has a lot of wool. The wool profit of a merino sheep is therefore higher compared to other sheep.