Here you will find a little information on the benefits of the natural fibres we choose and how they can be cared for.

Organic Cotton

Cotton is the most popular natural fibre in the world. Cotton covers around 3% of the worlds cultivated land, yet conventional cotton alone uses around 25% of the worlds insecticides and 10% of the worlds pesticides. Naturally the knock- on effect of this is somewhat of an environmental and social disaster. Organic cotton crops are not treated with insecticides, pesticides, herbicides and GMO’s. The crops also require less irrigation, don’t pollute waterways, promote biodiversity and are healthier for farmers, farm workers and their communities.


Organic Cotton Care



Linen is derived from the flax plant, it is a particularly strong fibre that can be spun into thread.

With a history dating back thousands of years, linen has stood the test of time.


Linen Care


Merino Wool

The miracle fibre! Merino wool has exceptionally fine and soft fibres which feel beautiful and gentle next to the skin. 


Merino Wool Care



Alpaca is a soft, durable, luxurious and silky natural fibre. 


Care of Alpaca textiles



Silk is soft, gentle, and truly luxurious. Silk is a natural protein fibre. The best-known silk is obtained from the cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm.




General Washing Tips!

The lifespan of your clothing and textiles will depend on how they are cared for a long the way!



Get Creative with mending! Children’s clothing in particular lends itself to a little add on decoration.  Add a decorative button, patch or a little embroidery over holes and tears.


There are many things you can do with your textiles when they have completed their life cycle with you.