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.
To facilitate more colours and greater volume we’ve moved the production of our striped Kikoi range to our Dornier machines. Welcome the South Kikoi.
I recently got asked if I’d like to join master weaver Stu for a morning of mussel foraging along Keurbooms coastline in Plettenberg Bay. An irresistible offer, of course.
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.
You can now share your towel stories with us on Instagram and Facebook with the hashtag #mungotowelstory. The best part is that we are giving away a R600 Mungo voucher every month this year to the most creative, adventurous or enjoyed towel post. Get posting!
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.
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.
A first hand experience of combining travel, work, Mungo and Motherhood for 10 days in NYC.