colour

  • Oeko-Tex Standard TM approved dye
  • When plant material is available we produce small quantities of wool from our own organically grown flowers, stems and roots. The current colour available is a light yellow with a tinge of green, made from Golden Rod flowers.
  • Please contact us for the most current colour range.

 

 

Wool

Merino wool is resilient, durable, light weight and a truly prestigious fibre. By combining it with other fibres like Angora Mohair, a beautful texture and sheen is created.  

 

The Advantages of using Wool and Mohair

 

  • Pressed wool felts are used in various applications including fabrics for the interior industry
  • Felt, probably the first-ever wool fabric, is made by intermingling the wool fibres and compressing them into a sheet
  • An ecological insulation material
  • A versatile fabric which keeps you cool in the heat of the day and warm in the cold of the night and absorbs moisture without feeling wet
  • Man has refined and improved wool by selective breeding of sheep and by incorporating in wool fabrics such qualities as shrink resistance, durable creasing and pleating, mothproofing, shower-proofing and stain-proofing
  • Science and technology have kept wool in the forefront of fabrics, adapting to modern needs without impairing its virtues
  • Fire Retardant
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Natural
  • Renewable
  • Sustainable
  • Fully Biodegradable
  • Wool absorbs and neutralises poisonous formaldehyde gases
  • No European animal has lived more freely, more appropriately and more ecologically
  • We support local woolgrowers and processors
  • Wool is a material which is desirable for its social, technical, ethical, sustainable and comfort values
Hand dyed yarn

colour

  • Oeko-Tex Standard TM approved dye
  • When plant material is available we produce small quantities of wool from our own organically grown flowers, stems and roots. The current colour available is a light yellow with a tinge of green, made from Golden Rod flowers.
  • Please contact us for the most current colour range.

 

 

Mohair; Wool; Merino; Felt; blanket; throws; throw; blanket

Wool

Merino wool is resilient, durable, light weight and a truly prestigious fibre. By combining it with other fibres like Angora Mohair, a beautful texture and sheen is created.  

 

The Advantages of using Wool and Mohair

 

  • Pressed wool felts are used in various applications including fabrics for the interior industry
  • Felt, probably the first-ever wool fabric, is made by intermingling the wool fibres and compressing them into a sheet
  • An ecological insulation material
  • A versatile fabric which keeps you cool in the heat of the day and warm in the cold of the night and absorbs moisture without feeling wet
  • Man has refined and improved wool by selective breeding of sheep and by incorporating in wool fabrics such qualities as shrink resistance, durable creasing and pleating, mothproofing, shower-proofing and stain-proofing
  • Science and technology have kept wool in the forefront of fabrics, adapting to modern needs without impairing its virtues
  • Fire Retardant
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Natural
  • Renewable
  • Sustainable
  • Fully Biodegradable
  • Wool absorbs and neutralises poisonous formaldehyde gases
  • No European animal has lived more freely, more appropriately and more ecologically
  • We support local woolgrowers and processors
  • Wool is a material which is desirable for its social, technical, ethical, sustainable and comfort values

blankets runners throws and carpets

Throws and Blankets

scatter cushions

Scatter Cushions

accessories

Accessories

 

 

 

fabric products

Felt is produced during a natural matting process which occurs when wet combed wool, lathered with natural soap, is rubbed and rolled together until it forms a material similar to a woven fabric. Depending on thickness and density, this fabric can then be used for various purposes such as blankets, bags, runners, carpets and upholstery.

 

 

 

 

yarn products

Hand-rolled yarn is used to make a range of chunky knitted products such as bags and throws. It is also available as a product sold per kilogram.


 

 

 

plain and patterned fabric
Textured Fabrics