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lambswool

Wound care A cushioning material used to the risk of decubitus ulcers. See Pressure ulcer.
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Verdict Sheer automotive overindulgence SHEEPSKIN RATING ***
Table lamp, EUR45, and natural sheepskin, EUR38, both B&Q; Cashmere Mist fragrance EUR42 Cashmere Mist scented candle, EUR27, both John Lewis; caramel organiser, EUR26, Filofax.
Skyeskyns, based at a croft in Waternish on the Isle of Skye, has been producing luxury hand-crafted accessories made from Scottish sheepskin for more than 30 years.
This stylish chair works well with the Hygge trend, a Scandinavian term which roughly translates to 'cosy', as it is clad in luxurious thick long-haired New Zealand sheepskin.
Sheepskin accessories are a perfect way to add a snuggly touch of style GET FLEECED
Covered in long-haired New Zealand sheepskin, this chair will look wonderful in both your living room and bedroom.
Mongolian cushions, from PS45, sheepskin white rug, PS75, linen throw, PS25, Harvey Norman Snuggle up with cosy fur cushions and throws.
Scarf PS10.49, New Look Homeware long sheepskin rug PS69.99, Dunelm.
The expert manipulation of leather and fine material is manifested on Blouson type jackets executed in red-wine with cable-effect sheepskin, or a pilot-blue version in baby lamb leather with a large sheepskin stripe or crocodile, all exuding a modern, sporty feel.
Real sheepskin is used to line the holster and the fleece has been trimmed by hand to shape.