Shown: Natural/Red Stripe Head Towel
When I need an hour relaxation, I’ll pull out the bubbles and a good book, fill up my claw foot tub with near boiling water and soak. Stepping out of the bath and into my oversized Linen Body Towel is such a complimentary finale, a little extra luxury before [...]
WHAT IS DEW-RETTED FLAX?
Photo by Noel Mount
The Joybilee Farm in British Columbia is a great source for naturally dyed fibers if you hand weave at home. They are also a wealth of knowledge from fiber facts to DIY growing, harvesting and dying. I happily found their site while trying to find a [...]
Juliette from Maine's 2002 Common Ground Fair
For thousands of years, Alpaca has been a source for fiber in South America. They were first domesticated by tribes in the Andean highlands, most notably the Amerindians of Peru, and were a central component to the culture.
After the Spanish conquest, Alpaca was introduced to Europe, [...]
BRING OUR FLAX HOME!
February 9, 2010
At Brahms Mount, we take pride in the fibers we select for our bedding products and accessories. Years ago, we consciously decided to source our cotton domestically rather than purchase from an overseas importer. Although our decision was partly based on using the superior quality of United States [...]