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What are the Differences in Wool Types?

What are the Differences in Wool Types?

A brief explanation of wool types! As you discover the world of wool, you’ll understand why there is such an enthusiastic love for the fibre. It’s a bit of a magic material. All wool is natural, hypoallergenic, insulating, temperature regulating, moisture wicking, odour resistant and biodegradable

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FAQ's: You Asked, We Answered!

FAQ's: You Asked, We Answered!

Hiya! Emma here, co-founder and co-parent behind TBCo. We've been keeping track of some questions that have been popping up, so I've taken some time to answer them below! From questions about wool to shipping to family life, find all you need here!

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How to Wash Wool and Keep it Soft

How to Wash Wool and Keep it Soft

You know we’re all about self-care, and we’re all about wool care too! Here's our approachable guide to washing wool. It's easier than you think because it can be done at home! Discover our best tips and tricks for keeping your blankets and scarves as beautiful as the day you bought them.

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The Art of Colsie

The Art of Colsie

A cup of tea, a soft blanket and a bit of quit. We believe slow living is more than just a collection of nice moments, but rather an act of great daring. Choose peace over pressure in the face of endless to-do list, unhung laundry and life's inevitable chaos is learned art that we're dedicated to exploring through natural wool fibres. What is colsie? How do you achieve that colsie feeling? Here's everything you need to know about colsie, Scotland's very own hygge.

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5 Reasons to Buy Wool

5 Reasons to Buy Wool

Sure, we might be a little biased, but we think wool is pretty much the best fabric ever. We call ourselves "wool enthusiasts" because it's really just a nicer way to say "absolute fibre geeks." There's so much to know about! The individual strands of wool are super fine, porous and curly, and all of these natural properties matter when it comes to how wool interacts with your skin (we'll explain more on that later). Here are our top five reasons for why we think wool is simply the coolest. Well, and the warmest. And the softest. 

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