Traceability

Wool is the loveliest of materials but often comes with a dark back-ground of abuse. Hidden away abuse…of animals, humans and nature. Therefore, make sure to ask for traceability before purchasing a wool product: Where is it made, by whom and from what? Ask for certifications that guarantee that animals, workers and nature have been treated well. And take a minute to consider the concept of quality and how it is implemented in the development, manufacturing and distribution of the product. The Scandi brands have a long history of working with traceability, as it is part of the traditional focus on transparency not only for the final product but also in production itself. Today traceability is a world wide movement.

 

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Criss-Cross blankets by Faye Toogood for Teixidors. This amazing Spanish brand is located in Barcelona. Since their founding in 1983 they’ve worked to achieve social integration, and economic independence of people with learning difficulties. This is carried out through extraordinarily creative work on manual looms. Teixidors collaborate with small, eco-farms for the production of  their wool. Photo copyright Teixidors.

”Tracing 200 kg of Merino Wool”, copyright Teixidors at Vimeo.

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A wool blanket of high quality, made in organic wool by skilled craftsmen for a transparent brand is something to cherish during many years. From the Criss-Cross collection by Faye Toogood for Teixidors. Photo copyright Teixidors.

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