• Wool as natural fibre

    Wool is a natural fibre and because it is a hardwearing fibre, it is very durable. As a result, a garment made of wool will last for years. A wool fibre can be bent more than 20,000 times without breaking. This makes clothing made of wool enormously strong. Some other advantages of biological wool are […]

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  • Lyocell and Tencel? Sustainable fabrics!

    What’s a little confusing is that lyocell fabric is mainly known under the brand name Tencel. TencelĀ® is the patented name of the fibre by the Austrian manufacturer Lenzing. For the Tencel brand, the wood for making a lyocell fabric is sourced from specially managed, sustainable forests in South Africa. Tencel / lyocell can be […]

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  • Linen and Hemp: a natural choice?

    Linen Linen is a natural fibre from the flax plant. Clothing made of linen is characteristic because it is a soft and airy fabric and because of the small thickening (slub) in the fabric. Relatively little poison or fertilizer is needed to grow the plant, but the processing process is quite labour intensive. Organic linen […]

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