Posted on November 10 2015
Warm and Cozy
Warm, tactile, and soft. No other material, natural or man-made, possesses the inherent qualities of wool. The physical characteristics in wool fibers translate into yarn and fabric with volume and loft, contributing to that cozy feel.
VersatileWoven, knit, and felted, wool is tailored into the world’s most elegant apparel. Wool is worn next to the skin, and at every layer out to the outer jacket. Wool is tufted in rugs, used in mattresses, pillows, soundproofing and insulation. Scarves, hats, coats, shoes, upholstery, the uses for wool are endless.
Our wool blankets are a part of our heritage, a second language, second nature, and a necessity, passed down through generations. Wool has clothed mountain climbers, polar scientists, and adventurers navigating the world.
Wool has superior properties when presented with weather. On cold rainy days wool insulates you, keeping you from loosing body heat, allowing warm moisture to move through - yet you stay dry and comfortable. On warmer days, wool traps cool air in the crimp of its fibers, insulating you from heat. The wool fiber is another one of nature’s masters of moisture, drawing it into the core, while shedding it from the outside.