Tartan Boiled Wool - 800G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Our Tartan Boiled Wool fabric is a wonderfully distinct multicolor offering, hailing directly from Portugal. The fabric sports an attractive check pattern designed to draw the eye and intrigue the viewer. Interestingly, this fabric falls under the category of woollens, more specifically, a subcategory identifying it as boiled wool. This is a testament to its quality and construction, with a composition made up of 100% wool.
This fabric is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also highly sustainable. Its sustainability is validated by a Wool in Transition (RWS) certificate, meaning it adheres to the highest standards of ethical production in the industry.
Width-wise, the fabric measures a generous 140 cm, giving you ample material to work with for any kind of design or project. Moreover, the Tartan Boiled Wool fabric is quite weighty, coming in at 800 grams per square meter (gsm), signifying its premium quality and durability.
Despite its heavy structure, this fabric is a permanent season offering and hence is suitable for crafting clothing attire year-round. Experience the exceptional density combined with the warm comfort of our Tartan Boiled Wool fabric sourced responsibly from Portugal. It's certainly a unique option designed to enrich any wholesaler's offering.
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.