The STINGER LO is from the EMU Australia’s Platinium Collection, a special collection of genuine sheepskin boots, Made in Australia with Australian wool. In fact, handcrafted in Geelong – Victoria, not very far from where I am – and they’ve been there for 25 years! I look forward to expanding my wool knowledge when I get to see the production of their sheepskin boots and slippers.
A wool mousepad is by far THE easiest way to add natural wool fibre into your home or work office (or go both, like I did). And not just any wool, these products designed and manufactured by HEY-SIGN in Germany and finished by hand use pure new Merino wool, is sourced from Australia and New Zealand and carry the WOOLMARK label.
The JERSEY stationery collection is three pieces, with a stunning aesthetic appeal that brightens when you learn more about them. Complete with the directive to ‘Bring Manufacturing Home’, they are made in Australia , pairing off genuine leather off cuts and Australian and New Zealand wool felt to ‘create a natural product that minimises waste’ and are ‘created for people who value craftsmanship and quality materials’.
The Drysdale Pullover from South Australian label, Iris & Wool is a stunning piece, in a collection that is timelessly sophisticated, striking modern designs with sleek silhouettes.
As much as it would make it easier to buy wool shoes as an octopus, unfortunately I am not one and I’m sorry to report that I have hit a bit of a shoe threshold… […]
Being based in Melbourne, it’s not every day that you get to head across to the west of the country for a wool sale, auctioneer Western Australian wool and then come home with your own […]
It wasn’t by chance that I was running wool-esque keywords through Facebook Marketplace, I actually do it quite often. It is very much in line with wool’s second life function and ability to surpass trends. […]
The old addage of ‘has to be seen to be believed‘ rang true. Surely not?? It is really wool?! Really? It was an absolute treat to see the same disbelief change to the same amazement […]
“Wool is not only one of the oldest fibres known to mankind, it is also one of the most beneficial.”
His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales