Mungo has been looking for GOTS-certified organic cotton for some time. This is the story of our search for organic cotton in Turkey.
Winter is here. While we might not have the white winters of the North here in South Africa it’s still certainly cold enough to get snuggling. Throw on a Mungo layer and get cosy. Here’s a look at some of our Mungo favourites
In our efforts to become the best company we can possibly be, we’ve been experimenting with natural dyeing. Craig details how he managed to create the colours in this limited edition naturally dyed Kenza scarf.
Our new improved Belgian Waffle towel is wider, longer and fuller and now also sports a luscious eyelash fringe on all four sides.
The Vrou Throw is a bold statement in textile design. It grows on you the more you look at it. With its chameleon personality, no two folds appears the same. It’s also a blanket, not a throw.
At the Mungo Mill we now have 7 working Dornier Looms which were all made in the 1970s (the older models, although slower, are more versatile). The latest addition being the Wide Width Dornier which arrived from the UK last year.
This is the story of a hundred-year-old Hattersley Domestic Loom. Hattie now resides at the Mungo inner city micro mill in Cape Town.
Mungo’s journey to 100% Design South Africa in Johannesburg. Words by Craig Harding. Hattie is a one hundred year old Hattersley loom and we’re on the road from the Mungo mill in Plettenberg Bay to 100% Design South Africa in Johannesburg.
Winter is in full swing, your finger tips are half frozen and not even the dog wants to go outside. It’s a pretty miserable situation, one which you aren’t sure you’re going to get through. But never fear, for Mungo has your back with our all new Winter Survival Guide – a four part guide full …
Somehow in my mind curing olives always seemed like an impossible and laborious task. How could something so delicious be easy to make? Here is our take on how to cure olives. On recent trips out and about the cape winelands we have gotten into the mischievous habit of olive thieving. (Side note: we only …