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EVENTS ARCHIVE 2016

The CFW at The International Surfaces Exhibition 2016

20.01.2016
Las Vegas, USA

The Campaign for Wool, the wool industry’s largest ever promotion for natural, sustainable wool returns to Surfaces (TISE) with its latest initiative – ‘The World is Better with Wool’ – which includes a feature focus on ‘The Freedoms of Sheep’.

Wool Floor Show London

23.03.2016
Chelsea Football Club, Stamford Bridge, London

  This exciting new event for wool flooring provides a retail trade, design and contract showcase in central London. Supported by some of the wool carpet industry’s most respected manufacturer brands, it will host trade stands and inspirational design and

Wool Week South Africa

30.03.2016
Walmer Park, Port Elizabeth

CFW’s Wool Week in Australia

09.05.2016
Australia

Dumfries House

09.09.2016
Dumfries House

  The First ever Dumfries House Wool Conference will take place; a gathering of key members of the fashion, interiors and wool industry organised by The Campaign for Wool and supported by Marks & Spencer.  The event has been referred

The Flooring Show

18.09.2016
Harrogate

The Campaign for Wool and British Wool will install an exciting, colourful, fun, design-led installation in the centre of the Wool Trends area, which is the hub for WoolRetailer.com which provides all wool retailer free sign-up to the industry’s latest

Decorex

18.09.2016
Syon Park - London

The Campaign for Wool have partnered with Homes & Gardens again to bring an exclusive Wool Trail to Decorex 2016. The Wool Trail map will highlight the designers and brands at Decorex that are showing the innovative possibilities of wool

Shetland Wool Week

24.09.2016
Shetland

This year there will be an extensive range of exhibitions, classes and events, which will cover many different subjects. These will include; weaving, spinning, dyeing, Fair Isle and lace knitting as well as many other fascinating subject areas. Events will

Woolly Hat Day – Friday 14th October

14.10.2016
Anywhere

Host an event – home or shop or indeed – by the seaside!  This is your event….you can shape it, style it, sail it away!  It could be Knitting Hats, Scarves or simply Host a Woolly Talk, or sit on

Selvedge Wool Symposium

14.10.2016
Artworkers' Guild in London

Join us for a day celebrating wool from all over the world at the Artworkers’ Guild in London. 6 Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AT Introduction from Selvedge founder Polly Leonard. First speaker will be Christien Meindertsma, a Dutch artist,

The CFW’s UK Wool Week

10.10.2016
UK

Heralding its 7th year, The Campaign for Wool announces UK Wool Week 2016, 10th – 16th October This October, The Campaign for Wool will mark its seventh successful year with its annual ‘Wool Week’. Taking place from the 10th –

Baaatique’ Hotel – Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

10.10.2016
Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

BAATIQUE HOTEL Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is partnering once again with the Campaign for Wool with a specially commissioned installation for Wool Week 2016. Showcasing an array of exceptional wool products, the Baatique Hotel features woollen fabrics, rugs, carpets and

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Holt Renfrew’s exclusive, limited-edition capsule collection by two Canadian designers SMYTHE and LINE THE LABEL

To begin the annual Autumnal celebrations of the Campaign For Wool’s 10th anniversary, and the wonderful world of wool, The Campaign For Wool –  Canada has declared October 2020 to be Wool Month in Canada. An exclusive capsule collection, created

Sheep of Long Mynd

Raising awareness and respect for farmers and their sheep; this short film shows that, after gathering and shearing, home to these sheep is a 4 mile trek into the heart of the Long Mynd where they continue to shape and

Campaign for Wool Welcomes British and New Zealand Wool Growers Insulation Initiative

Increasing the use of wool in the built environment is a major 2020/21 priority for the Campaign for Wool, whose Patron is HRH The Prince of Wales. “The Campaign’s New Zealand team pioneered a local initiative with a group of