AROUND THE HOME
From bedding to furniture for a more eco-ethical home.
We are a small weaving and sewing business based on the Hebridean Isle of Skye.
On our bicycle pedal-powered looms we weave a variety of woollen products including tweed, scarves, blankets, throws and wraps. An increasing part of our range is made up of products woven from local Isle of Skye wool. For these products we hand select fleeces from local farmers and crofters and have them turned into a special yarn that is unique to us. It gives us great satisfaction to use this natural and local resource and to know exactly where our wool comes from.
Mountaincroft Living Fleece
Handcrafted, hand felted, living fleece rugs. A living fleece rug or sometimes known as a vegetarian fleece rug, is a fleece which is carefully shorn off a sheep, cleaned and then backed with lots of fluffy wool which is felted together to hold it in place.
Mountain Croft Living Fleece is based in the glorious Pendle Hill Countryside in a remote part of Lancashire. Here, two friends, Claire and Charlotte, along with their families, have neighbouring farms, where they create something beautiful out of local wool.
The Ewenique Furniture flock are practical, sturdy and blissfully comfy footstools who just so happen to be near life-size sheep each with their own personality. They have a huge appeal right across all ages and situations from starter flats to retirement homes and Christening gifts to 80th birthday presents. So celebrate if you find yourself unburdening your troubles onto your sheep, this companionable furniture very happily bridges the pet/therapy/footstool role!
Our range of Southdown bedding is special – the finest luxury duvets, mattress covers and pillows. Of all the types of wool in the world, only British Southdown wool really excels in bedding. Explore our full range at:
Wool Blanket Online
Wool Blanket Online is a small family business started in 2002, run by mother-daughter duo Cathy & Hannah. They specialise in wool blankets and throws woven by skilled craftsmen at woollen mills across Britain. They have a great collection of traditional and modern styles.