I never actually intended to make a sheep, it was all the fault of the scrummy curly yarn I'd been unable to resist.
So, if you have a hairy/textured/curly whatever yarn that you've been searching for a suitable project for...here ya go!
It does occur to me that by using different sorts of hairy/textured/curly yarn you could create something totally different to a sheep...but with the same pattern...I will be experimenting with this in the future I think...now where did my 80's mohair collection go?
A few notes about textured yarn:
The other thing about using textured yarns for crochet (as I discovered by much trial, error and misunderstanding) is that they work up with the texture on the INSIDE! So just turn it inside out when you've done of course. Sadly, this was not obvious to me as I battled to work the stitches in some form that would have the texture on the outside. So don't bother, just turn it. This also applies when changing to an ordinary yarn in the same piece, turn it, join your plain yarn and carry on, it'll be a bit muddled since you're now going the other way but any twists, turns and bumps should be hidden under the fluffy bit.