Guaranteed Pre-Christmas Delivery Dates - UK orders by 15th Dec - Overseas orders by 3rd Dec
The months are getting warmer and Summer is upon us and you may be wondering whether it's a waste of time making wool clothing at this time of year, so the big question is 'How do we wear wool in Summer?'
There is in fact some solid reasoning behind wool as a warm-weather go-to, so here are the facts.First, it absorbs and evaporates moisture more effectively than most other textiles, making it a great temperature regulator. On a cold day, sure, it'll keep you warm. But what about on a hot day? Wool will in fact... cool you right down! It's so comfortable and easier to wear wool in the summer. Plus, it doesn't hold wrinkles like cotton or linen and the speed with which it evaporates odor-causing moisture means it doesn't hold smells, either. All of which equates to less time ironing, dry cleaning and most of all time when you can actually be enjoying the summer wearing your wool clothing, so get out and get knitting!
How often do you have leftover yarn from your knitting sessions? Well here are a couple of ideas for you to put that leftover yarn to good use! We love the pom pom bookmarks and yarn stamps!
If you're starting to think about what to make over the festive period, we have the perfect colours for your Christmas project.
Due to popular demand we have launched a range of dyed wool locks in 10 different colours along with natural white. Check out the 'Wool Locks' section to see the full range.
Here at World of Wool it's quite obvious that we love wool! From the curly Wensleydale to the proud Blue Faced Leicester, we really do love every breed; but we have to say there is a special place in our hearts for Merino.