Why wool is the new black?

June 11, 2015

 Why wool is the new black
 
100% Wool felt
Wool is a natural fiber harvested from sheep. Data shows that wool felt has been used as far as 700 BC all the way through the Roman empires and Mongolians to use as armours, shelter and even fashion, because it is a non woven textile it was very easy to produce back then. 
Wool can be turned into fabric by compressing all fibres together to achieve what we know as wool felt. Wool felt is a highly saturated fabric that cannot be pulled apart and a very versatile fabric due to its properties, it is biodegradable and a renewable material, therefore eco-friendly, it is also moisture resistant, self-extinguishing and protective. 

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