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  • Mungo Linen Bedding

    Linen is a marvel of nature, a hollow fiber insulator and an old world heirloom. We are proud to be one of a handful of Linen weavers in South Africa! The linen used by Mungo is grown in Ireland and imported to South Africa in its raw fiber. It is wet spun and processed by …

  • 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 …

  • wool and cotton

    What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet;  Inspiration comes from many places. Sometimes conscious, sometimes not. The latter was the case when we were searching for the Mopane Rose. When Stuart designed and named our latest fabric “Mopane Rose” to him it was a …

  • There are only a few of South African Hand Weavers and we stopped in Barrydale to say hello to this great company. THE BARRYDALE HAND WEAVERS If you travel along Route 62 between Cape Town and Oudtsoorn you will past through Barrydale, a characterful little town with snippets of farm life and some pretty amazing …

  • Charcoal True Linen Table Linen

    One of the world’s oldest fabrics, linen is woven from the fibers of the flax plant and is a completely natural resource. No part of the flax plant is wasted; the left over linseeds, oil, straw and fiber are used in everything from lino and soap to cattle feed and paper. Few products are so efficiently used as flax.

  • The difference between cotton and linen may be slight to most, but it is interesting to know how and why these fibers are used in the way they are. Linen is one of the oldest recognized fibers around and dates back thousands of years. There have been records of linen that are over 4000 years …

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