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Textiles are a major component of material culture. Textile craft and textile design have always had a significant social, cultural and economic impact on both individuals and societies. The cultural heritage of textiles does not end with preservation and collection of costumes and other textiles in museums. It included living traditions inherited from our ancestors and passed on to our descendants, knowledge, and skills to produce traditional crafts, and the language and terminologies used to describe both the activities and the material outcomes.

17 Nov2022 ABOUT WOOL
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Wool fibre facts & benefitsWool is the original eco fibre. As well as creating high quality, durable, comfortable and beautiful products, wool is 100% natural, renewable and biodegradable. No other fibre, natural or man-made, can match all ..
17 Nov2021 WHAT ARE THE DANGERS OF ACRYLICS?
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Acrylic is a petroleum-based synthetic fiber widely used to make fabrics for fashion, similar to polyester and nylon. Many people don't know much about acrylic, what it's made of, its properties, and its impact.Acrylic fiber is often used t..
17 Nov2021 TOXIC MATERIALS: THEY ARE ALSO IN OUR CLOTHES. LET'S AVOID THEM!
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Adopting a healthy lifestyle is no longer the latest trendy "thing"; it has become a real life choice. For most of us, we first became aware of it through food. Then came cleaning products and/or beauty products.Each time we go a little fur..
12 Oct2021 THE HISTORY OF MERINO WOOL
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Merino is a breed of sheep originally from southern Portugal and Spain. The breed is the result of the evolution of the merina specimens that existed at the beginning of the 20th century in the south of Portugal where black animals predomin..
18 Aug2020 WOOL MIXED WITH ANIMAL SUFFERING
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Most of the world’s wool comes from Australia. The most commonly raised sheep in that country are merinos, who are specifically bred to have wrinkly skin, which means more wool per animal.This unnatural overload of wool causes many sheep to..
04 Oct2019 WHAT IS MERINO WOOL?
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 Merino is a breed of sheep originally from southern Portugal. The breed is the result of the evolution of the merina specimens that existed at the beginning of the 20th century in the south of Portugal where black animals predominated.The ..
04 Oct2019 IS WOOL ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY?
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WOOL IS A NATURAL AND RENEWABLE MATERIAL Unlike synthetic fibres that are made from petrochemicals and plastics, wool is completely natural. Wool fibres are biodegradable and, the end of their life, they release valuable nutrients back into..
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