green wool

green wool

see fleece rot.
References in classic literature ?
Stepping over a little mat of green wool, I found myself in a small room with a painted floor and a square of green carpet in the middle; the articles of furniture were few, but all bright and exquisitely clean; order reigned through its narrow limits --such order as it soothed my punctilious soul to behold.
Ms Markle paid tribute to her Scottish hosts by wearing a tartan coat by Burberry, a long, navy blue and dark green wool and cashmereblend said to cost PS1,995.
She was last seen wearing a long dark green wool coat, gray shirt, dark jeans and black boots.
Blood in the Grass' (1966), the final work in the exhibition, shows President Lyndon Johnson as a scarlet cowboy, a dog at his feet, beside a lawn of tufted green wool, through which seeps a violent red.
Another is bright orange with strips of green wool felted into its segments (such a clever idea).
Mary Magdalene church on the Queen's Sandringham estate wearing a recycled dark green wool coat along with a grey fur hat.
uk Exact match 'Serenity' green wool rug, PS69, Furniture Village Cast iron bird, PS11.
Draped over her lap is a lime green wool blanket that is beaded in applique floral designs, typical for the area.
wore a coat of green wool with little gold frogs embossed on it and at
Her parcel of clothing included canvas gaiters, fawn knee length socks, beige corduroy jodhpurs, fawn overalls and smocks, aertex shirts and green wool jumpers.
The exception is in the northeastern US, where hunters who carry pumps have a tendency to dress in green wool plaid.