Some articles on wolf:
... Wolf pelts are primarily used for scarfs and the trimmings of women's garments, though they are occasionally used for jackets, short capes, coats, mukluks and ... Wolf pelts tend to be thinner than those of dogs, and are more prone to tearing when sewn ... The quality of wolf peltries rests on the density and strength of the fur fibre, which keeps the fur upright and gives the pelt an appealing bushy aspect ...
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