wool is the bee’s knees

Man, I talk about wool like it’s the mother of my own non existent children. This stuff is the bees knees. I knew little to nothing about this materiel and just knew it came from goat or sheep or something. 
Now, I know a little to much about the stuff.  It’s warm as fire but will not burn, wicks the moisture from the skin and has natural properties to keep away that stank.

Wool was in use during the primitive days. They would kill these cute sheep eat their delicous meat and wear the woolly fur to protect from the elements.

Why am I even talking about this on a thriftting site? This stuff is available by the boat loads in thrift stores and for dirt cheap in most cases. You just need to know how to spot it and I’ll  let you know how in the next entry.

Cheers,

Thethriftdistrict