Where’s the Wool – Wool Retail Guide | WOOLFOREVERYDAY

Though ‘Pay it forward, in wool’ is linked to online purchases, I have some go-to wool retail spots for WHERE TO BUY WOOL which has evolved into the start of a wool retail guide for Melbourne and surrounds (and who know’s it might grow!) Got suggestions? Leave a comment to add it in.

Looking for ONLINE WOOL places to shop at check out the Wool List

Note: All info collated to best knowledge, please check opening hours and confirm addresses as circumstances may change.

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Icebreaker | website
Lifestyle and adventure, technical merino wool clothing. Find them at number of locations
DFO South Wharf 20 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006
Fitzroy Outlet 403 Smith St, Melbourne VIC 3065
TouchLab Chadstone Shopping Centre, ShopB-306, 1341 Dandenong Road, Malvern East VIC 3145

Otto & Spike | website
Melbourne knitwear brand. Everything is manufactured ethically and sustainably in Brunswick East, VIC, 3057. All made from 100% Extra Fine Merino. Find them at 324 Victoria St, Brunswick VIC 3056
Extra | They are the creators of the Elders Northern and Southern beanies and scarves given to the Wool Awards Monthly award winners.

McIntyre Merino | website
Australian grown, Australian made knitwear.
“I grew up on a merino sheep farm in western Victoria and, after working in the fashion industry for ten years, I decided I wanted to join the two together,” says Ned Scholfield via Broadsheet. Make an appointment to visit their Melbourne Showroom at 199 Moray St, South Melbourne VIC 3205

Creswick Natural Fibres | website
Est. 1947, Award-winning Australian family business and woollen mill located in Creswick, Victoria. With retail stores across Victoria, Creswick specialises in high quality, natural, sustainable fibres including alpaca, cashmere, merino wool and possum apparel, accessories and homewares. Multiple locations, including The Block Arcade, 96 Elizabeth Street Melbourne VIC 3000

Sheep-ish Knitwear | website
Australian Merino knitted out of a studio in Fitzroy, Melbourne, using domestic knitting machines made in the 1960s to the early 1980s. Visit them at Artocracy 156 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056

Baabuk Australia | website
Baabuk wool footwear made responsibly and sustainably. Designed in Switzerland, crafted in Nepal and Portugal, built for comfort. Find them at 117a Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

Emporium | website
Inside 287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 wool stockists include MUJI, UNIQLO, Huge Boss, M.J Bale, Brooks Brothers

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Samantha Wan is a first generation Australian-born Chinese. From a non-farming background, she partners with Australian wool growers to market their wool clip in her role as a wool broker. She is the recipient of industry recognised awards and promotes wool as the natural fibre for today's slow fashion, every day. Wool has improved her quality of life and she wants to share those benefits to improve the lives of others. Sam's dream is for every person to have one item made from natural wool in their wardrobe. Ask her about her woollen shoes or where wool is taking her next!

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