The Corriedale is a very old cross breed developed in Australia and New Zealand by crossing Merino sheep with Lincolns and Leicesters. They are most often white, but do come in other colours. They are not common in the UK but are distributed widely across in the rest of the world. They are the second most common sheep after the Merino. Size: 30x30cm. This sheep was created using both wet felting and needle felting techniques.