Well illustrated, beautifully produced.
Lists the animal, animals characteristics, wool's characteristics. Example Dorset horn and polled Dorset facts: Fleece weight, staple length, fiber diameters, lock characteristics "dense locks, with strong but irregular crimp in the fibers that is also evident in the staple formation." natural colors...
Using Dorset horn and polled Dorset fiber: dyeing "whites are very white and so will take colors clearly"
Fiber preparation and spinning tips; knitting, crocheting, and weaving; best known for: Versatile medium wool, cleanly white in most cases with some black sheep as well.
Fully illustrated with examples of clean and raw fibers and with examples of 2-ply combed and carded yarn. in both polled Dorset and Dorset horn (black and white). includes tips : "Dry, sticky tips prevented good woolen preparation. With tips removed, the worsted yarn turned out much better."