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Mungo Throws & Blankets – design, woven and made in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

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How to braai a stuffed trout whilst wearing a Mungo Man Cloth

A Fish Braai on the West Coast

How did we end up braaing trout though?

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  • Looms at our Mungo Mill in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

    I was a big Mungo fan long before I started working here. It was the Itawuli that first got me. The African Sunset one, to be specific. A student at the time, I had been coveting it for many months before a bout of bronchitis helped me to bring one home.

  • Duck egg linen bedding and various cobble weave towels

    Linen and cotton are the two natural fibres we at Mungo use the most in our products. They both have long histories of use, are incredibly versatile and have great practical qualities. So how do these two superfabrics measure up against one another?

  • A student selects some green yarn for their textile design at the Mungo mill in Plettenberg Bay

    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.

  • Not your granny's dish cloth, introducing the Mungo Vadoek.

    A vibrant range of textured, checkered cloths in 9 bold and bright colourways. With the Vadoek, our textile designer Lenore Schroeder has created the perfect antidote to the traditionally drab dish towel.

  • Mungo home decor and homeware textiles woven from natural fibre, available at their store at 44 Stanley in Milpark.

    We’ve been busy refurbishing our Mungo store at the lively 44 Stanley in Johannesburg. The custom-designed, modular shelving keeps in line with the industrial feel of the center, whilst perfectly framing our display of fine woven homeware textiles.

  • Introducing the Mungo Tawulo Soleil colourway

    In keeping with the celestial theme of the Tawulo, we are welcoming the sunny Soleil, a vibrant new towel that punctuates the muted tones of the range with its bold character. A mix of citronelle, sage, and mustard forms a melange of pattern and texture, tied together with the solidity of a duck egg stripe.

  • The Kenza scarf, woven from natural fibres and dyed using natural ingredients

    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.

  • The South Kikoi. The newest entry into the Mungo range of textiles.

    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.

  • Foraged mussels on Mungo man cloth in Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

    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.

  • Introducing the new and improved Belgian Waffle Towel.

    Our new improved Belgian Waffle towel is wider, longer and fuller and now also sports a luscious eyelash fringe on all four sides.

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