*Due to the weaving process and nature of organic materials, there may be small variations in product sizes, colours and designs.
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Thanks to its natural durability, wool is known for its long lifespan. Fibres can bend up to 20,000 times before breaking (as a comparison, cotton can only bend 3,000 times). This got us thinking, how can we take advantage of this amazing feature, especially since recycling wool can be a challenge as the fibres are often too short to respin? Our solution is to blend recycled wool with longer mixed fibres saved from landfill to create a soft and durable yarn. Woven in a dense twill weave and brushed for texture, recycled wool gives you all the benefits of wool, in a sustainable blanket. What’s more, they are even machine washable.
Want to learn more about the making of our recycled wool blankets? Watch our IGTV with Emma, our co-founder, and Claire, one of our buyers, chat about the whole process, turning unwanted textiles into treasured blankets.
The magical thing about a picnic is that it only takes a blanket to transform a beach, a mountain, or a meadow into your dining room table. We’ve spent the past year adventuring near and far, developing the perfect picnic blanket. With a leather and brass strap for comfortable carrying and an easy to clean waterproof backing, recycled wool picnic blankets are reliable, even when the weather isn’t.
Lambswool is the highest quality sheep’s wool. It’s gathered from a lamb’s first shearing, meaning the fibres are smoother, stronger and hold more elasticity than any other wool. The unique crimps in the individual strands generate air pockets that retain heat while repelling moisture, keeping you warm when you’re cool, and cool when you’re warm. Along with being a naturally insulating, breathable and hypoallergenic textile, it’s beautifully soft. Doesn’t get much better than that. Led by design, our lambswool collection seeks to merge our Scottish roots with contemporary living through applying modern colours to traditional weaving techniques.
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The definition of luxury, Cashmere is traditionally combed from the super soft undercoat of the Cashmere goat. The downy wool fibres are then sorted by hand from the goat’s protective outer layer. Cashmere is finer, stronger, lighter, and approximately three times more insulating than sheep's wool. And did we mention soft? So, so soft. Considerately curated and carefully woven, our cashmere collection is a perfect mix of tradition and timelessness.
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