For our first fundraising activation with the Kids of Kurland Foundation, we spent a day teaching students about textile weaving and creating a Kikoi to be sold at Mungo stores and raise funds for teachers’ salaries.
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.
Open to the public, the mill showcases a cross-section of weaving production from pre-industrial revolution to present day. At once, it has become our new thriving hub of production, and also the embodiment of our commitment to transparency in what we make and do.
Water saving tips to try at home. Tip #1 – Use flatweave towels instead of traditional terry towels. Their low bulk factor and compact nature makes them ideal for reducing washing loads and saving water.
Sustainability and transparency are at the core of what we do at Mungo. We design textiles that are responsible, empower the makers and are made to last.
Bamboo has a range of amazing benefits. This simple plant is super eco-friendly and creates a luxuriously soft fabric. Read on to learn more about this sustainable fibre.
We are now selling the Groenfontein Toy Project’s creations online! This is a community based initiative for unemployed women of the Groenfontein Valley in the Karoo, South Africa. The project is lead by Renee and Paul Ledger and their aim is to provide these woman a steady income to help support their families. As well …
Buying local should be on everybody’s mind. Being a South African textile company we are acutely aware of how imports from the East affect our company and locally made products as a whole. However we can all admit to popping into a store and buying something that is attractive and well priced while not even …