Nestled among the countless British Isles sits the Isle of Sheepley, where an innocent but slightly cynical, small population of wool producing, organic grass juice drinking, hard working sheep, with a taste for commendable style, thrive in their wool export economy.
They thread the needle between the delicate and the resilient world they inhabit. Literally!
Shearing, cleaning, spinning and weaving their own wool they produce all kinds of goods known to sheep-kind.
And once every fortnight they enjoy a day of textile container parade as they hail their exports, where winner for ‘best-dressed’ takes seat at the “National thread count museum."
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