Plain Pied-de-Coq - 720G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Our Plain Pied-de-Coq fabric, sourced directly from Portugal, is a perfect blend of quality and sustainability. This fabric is a part of our permanent collection, ideal for all seasons. Expertly crafted from 100% wool, it stands out with its high weight of 720 gsm - a testament to its excellent durability.
As a part of our Woollens category, Plain Pied-de-Coq fabric falls under the distinct Houndstooth subcategory, widely known for its exceptional texture and unique feel. The fabric's Pied-de-Coq pattern combined with its color groups of green, white, and grey stands out, giving it a versatile and sophisticated look. This breadth in color scheme offers the versatility to cater to a range of distinctive design requirements.
Woven with a width of 170 cm, it provides ample room for diverse tailoring needs. Most notably, this fabric is endorsed with the Wool in Transition (RWS) sustainability certificate, underscoring our commitment to environment-friendly manufacturing practices.
Whether you're creating a garment or a unique fashion accessory, our Plain Pied-de-Coq wool fabric, incorporating aesthetics with eco-consciousness is sure to elevate your design concept to new heights. With its rich pattern, sustainable backing, and premium wool material, it brings together everything needed for high-end fashion.
Width can either be 130cm or 170cm
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.
About wool in transition (rws)
Burel Factory is currently working towards achieving the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS). One of the steps for this is the tracking and documentation of the shepherds and herds that Burel work with within the region. Burel have started the shearing of the flocks.
RWS is a certification promoted by Textile Exchange that aims to improve the welfare of sheep and the land they graze on. It requires all sites, from wool farmers to the seller in the final business-to-business transaction, to be certified. RWS farmers and ranchers must meet animal welfare, land management, and social requirements. For more information about RWS, click here.