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Woolly Hat Day with Craft Revolution

On Friday 9th October, The Campaign for Wool will be supporting ‘Woolly Hat Day’ in support of ‘The Mission to Seafarers’ charity that provides care for seafarers around the world. Across the UK, The Campaign for Wool will encourage its

The Incrediwools: Hackett and Cordeaux

Three years ago Jeremy Hackett, co-founder of the British menswear brand, Hackett together with Douglas Cordeaux, managing director of Fox Brothers & Co, the renowned cloth makers, invested in a flock of Wensleydale sheep in Somerset. Earlier this year, the

From Sheep to Shop, A Wool Takeover in Milan

This week Milan played host to Campaign for Wool activities for its annual Wool Week, with wool and sheep taking over the city’s iconic fashion district. Via Montenapoleone, Milan’s high-end shopping hub was transformed into an area dedicated to wool,

Wool and the gang

The Incrediwools: Wool and the Gang

  Designer Jade Harwood co-founded Wool and the Gang in 2008 with Aurelie Popper after the pair met at Central St Martins in London. With knitting as their starting point, the duo have established a community of makers to help

Wool at The Big Feastival

The Woolmark Company and The Campaign for Wool attended Jamie Oliver and Alex James’ ‘Big Feastival’, a unique weekend celebration of natural ingredients, sheep and wool, set on Alex’s idyllic Cotswolds farm. Alex is known for his support of the

The Campaign for Wool is coming to Italy 8 – 13 September!

The Woolmark Company brings the global Campaign for Wool to Italy for the second time. It’s not every day you get the chance to walk down Milan’s iconic Via Montenapoleone alongside a flock of sheep. But for Wool Week Italy,

Say hello to The Incrediwools!

This Wool Week we’re set to do something a little different. The Campaign for Wool have selected key figures in the wool industry to make up what is now called, ‘The Incrediwools’. The Campaign will celebrate the breadth and diversity