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Q&A with knitwear designer Aaron Fletcher

Campaign for Wool caught up with knitwear designer, Aaron Fletcher from Aaron’s Arans to find out about his life working within the wool industry. From taking up knitting at the age of 13, to launching his first knitwear collection this

A Textile Showcase and Fashion Show take centre stage at the ‘Grand Depart’ International Business Festival in Leeds

Combining cutting-edge textile technology and creative design skills, Yorkshire produces some of the world’s finest suiting cloths, interior textiles, luxurious yarns and a wide range of couture fabrics and textile accessories, reaching global markets. Steeped in heritage yet defined by

Wool makes an impact at London Collections: Men

The trans-seasonal benefits of woollen clothing could be seen across London Collections: Men earlier this month, as wool featured heavily across designers’ SS15 collections. Eccentric knitwear brand Sibling featured massive, punk crochet and rebellious knitted masks, taking woollen art to

New Video – HRH The Prince of Wales hosts Campaign for Wool’s 5th Anniversary To commemorate the 5th anniversary of the Campaign for Wool, the campaign’s Patron His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales hosted a major celebration of wool at Clarence House. Attended by a host of key guests representing brands and

Prince Charles poses with Tai-Ping carpet at Clarence House event

On Thursday 12th June 2014 the Campaign for Wool marked their 5th anniversary with a commemorative event to mark the occasion. To celebrate, HRH The Prince of Wales hosted a celebration at his London home, the Clarence House, where he demonstrated the

One Wool

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Jamieson and Smith team up with Shetland College UHI textile students for a wealth of wool delight

Second year students on the BA (Hons) Contemporary Textiles course at Shetland College UHI have produced a diverse set of items in a special project with Jamison and Smith. The students were given a project brief to research and develop


“I sometimes think that too many people have forgotten – or perhaps they never even realised in the first place – that not only is wool one of the most resilient, ecological and sustainable natural fibres in the world, it