woven fabrics from wool

Organic wool

Black fabric of organic GOTS wool plain weave

Organic wool

Natural fabric of organic GOTS wool plain weave

Organic wool

Black fabric of organic GOTS wool twill weave

Organic wool

Red fabric of organic GOTS wool twill weave

Organic wool

Navy fabric of organic GOTS wool twill weave

Organic wool

Darkblue fabric of organic GOTS wool twill weave

Anthracite fabric of organic GOTS wool flannel

Charcoal fabric of organic GOTS wool flannel

Black fabric of organic GOTS wool panama weave

Fabric of organic GOTS wool satin weave

Medium weight loden of local wool

Very heavy twill in offwhite colour

Very heavy twill in terra colour

Very heavy twill in bordeaux colour

Very heavy twill in brown colour

Very heavy twill in dark blue colour

Very heavy twill in graphite colour

Very heavy twill in black colour

Heavy duffel wool fabric beige melange colour

Heavy duffel wool fabric brown melange colour

Heavy duffel wool fabric choco melange colour

Heavy duffel wool fabric charcoal melange colour

Heavy duffel wool fabric steelblue melange colour

Heavy duffel wool fabric pale blue melange colour

Very fine plain wool weave uni

Wool is the most used animal fibre. It is a natural proteine that has much in common with human hair and was already used for textiles in the 5th millennium BC. Wool is renewable, water repellent, flame resistant, odour resistant, breathing, easy to wear and easy to maintain. In many ways wool is a very sustainable fibre. Not only it is 100% biodegradable but because of its high elasticity it doesn’t need to be ironed or only on low temperatures. In addition wool is a fibre that regenerates itself by airing and doesn’t have to be washed very often.