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Landscape hero Join our World of Wool at the Wool BnB!

To mark the #WoolWeek celebrations, The Campaign for Wool will be opening the doors to the first ever ‘Wool BnB’, where everything inside, from carpets to cardigans will be made of wool. The BnB, located in Islington, London, will be

_8260131 Woolly Weekend in The Cheese Hub at The Big Feastival

For the second year running The Campaign for Wool has collaborated with Alex James Presents at The Big Feastival over the August Bank Holiday. The festival is held on Alex James’s farm in the Cotswolds, offering a relaxed family environment,

Screen Shot 2016-04-26 at 22.36.08 We Meet Fi Scott of Make Works

For the next in our series of #WoolWorks interviews we met up with Fi Scott, Founder of Make Works, a directory which promotes UK manufacturing. We love your business! Please introduce the concept of Make Works Make Works is a

Patrick head shot Patrick Byrne, Menswear Designer

We meet some incredibly talented designers and makers who love wool, each of them has a fascinating story to tell and we’re always interested in hearing their views on the industry. We hope you enjoy our first ‘Wool Works’ chat with

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With less than 4 weeks to go until Christmas and 2 weeks until Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day, which is held on Friday 16th December. The Campaign for Wool have selected some of the best his, hers and kids

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Described by Wired Magazine as one of the top 10 start-ups in London, Unmade have developed the technology for industrial customisation, enabling the world’s most innovative fashion brands to manufacture uniquely customised knitwear at scale.  To individual customers it represents a

Winners Announcing Winners of the first Campaign for Wool Student Hand Knit Competition

The first Campaign for Wool Hand Knitting Competition aimed at students choosing a design and knit pathway at top UK universities attracted a high standard of work that displayed the design potential of real wool. Participating schools this year were: