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Our Mill

In 2017, we opened the Mungo Mill, on the grounds of Old Nick Village alongside our flagship store. Open to the public, it is the embodiment of our commitment to transparency. Visitors can witness the age old art of weaving come to life - amid the characteristic sound of the looms. The visually stunning mill houses our collection of 16 restored looms, some of which date back almost 100 years.Herewith a collection of blogs about the Mungo Mill - stories about how it came to be, its everyday running, the workshops we've hosted through our CSR MOVE and our beloved old looms.Read more about the opening of the mill, or our Hope Kikoi - designed by a student of Crags Primary and sold in aid of the Kids of Kurland foundation. Or browse some photos of our team in action - moving our looms from our former mill in the Crags to our new Old Nick Village location.And if you're plotting a trip up the West Coast, don't miss our 'Self-Drive to the Garden Route' blog.
  • Mungo men moving looms

    Mungo’s big move to the new mill at Old Nick Village. A photo gallery of the men who moved many tons of weaving machinery, and made it all possible.

  • Weaving mill architecture plans

    We are building what we are calling the Mungo Mill, a working weaving museum that will open to the public in order to showcase the age old art of weaving, from pre industrial-revolution to present day.

  • new wide width Dornier Loom arrives at Mungo Mill

    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.

  • weaving

    Here is a sneak peak of the latest at the Mungo Mill. We are gearing up for the holiday season and having a great time producing new colour ways and designs. We hope to see on them the shelves soon!
    We can expect a new batch of the ever popular Mancloths, Selvage Serviettes, new Kikoi colours and a little table linen surprise.

  • Mungo - Old nick Village

    For those of you who don’t already know, the ancient looms of Mungo’s weaving museum as well as Mungo’s magnificent shop is situated in the landmark destination of South Africa’s Garden Route – Old Nick Village. Here Mungo is surrounded by lush indigenous gardens as well as other creative retailers. Housed in a 19th Century …

  • Mungo - Old Nick Village

    15 minutes from Mungo HQ (aka Old Nick Village) lies a picturesque dairy farm and one of our weaving operations. This is where our wider width materials are woven and the looms work at a little faster pace.

  • mungo

    One doesn’t always immediately think of where their garment comes from or who and how it was made. So today we have put together a few snaps of behind the scenes at Mungo HQ in Plett. Mungo is based at the historical homestead of Old Nick Village. Scattered among the Century old buildings makes for …

  • When Mungo founder Stuart Holding, was given a couple of 200 year old antique Hattersley looms from an old weaving friend it ignited a whole new passion for him. Weeks were spent putting the machines together and taking them apart, to refurbish every nook and cranny. With only ancient weaving books as reference to what …

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