Melange Boiled Wool - 800G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
This Melange Boiled Wool fabric is a remarkable fabric popular for its durability and style versatility. Originating from Portugal, it's part of our woollen category that is seen as a staple for any batch because of its high-quality and superior comfort.
The fabric comprises 100% wool as its main fibre. This not only ensures a warm and cozy, soft-to-touch texture but also enhances the fabric's breathability and insulation capacity. This makes our Melange Boiled Wool fabric a perfect and functional choice all year round, with it being a permanent collection.
As suggested by its name, the Melange Boiled Wool fabric features an exquisite melange pattern, a blend of different colors harmoniously mixed to create an appealing look. This melange arrangement includes a dynamic spectrum of color groups—greey, green, yellow, orange, blue, and pink—giving it a vibrant and perk-up appeal that caters to various design preferences.
Our Melange Boiled Wool measures 140 cm in width and has considerable weight to its credit, 800 gsm to be precise. This weight affirms its robust attribute while maintaining a degree of flexibility, making it quite easy and efficient to work with.
The fabric falls under the subcategory of Boiled Wool which is known for its dense, felt-like texture owing to a controlled shrinking process. This leads to a fabric that is not only resistant to fraying but also to wind and water, increasing its popularity and demand.
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About Burel Factory
Burel Factory is a Portuguese textile company that specializes in the production of high-quality woolen fabrics. The company was founded in 1947 and is located in Manteigas, a small town in the Serra da Estrela region of Portugal. Burel Factory uses traditional techniques and modern technology to create fabrics that are both durable and stylish all made from locally sourced wool. Burel Factory is committed to sustainability and ethical practices, and works closely with local communities to promote the preservation of traditional crafts and the environment.