New Zealand wool growers who work hard to grow quality fleece and want to create a textile legacy for family and friends, or to retail.
Fashion designers who are tired of imported massed produced fast fashion and want to showcase NZ wool that has been locally grown, processed and woven sustainably and ethically.
Interior designers who are seeking something 'real' to share with their clients - quality textiles that are locally produced, and are different to what everyone else has.
Homeowners who love the qualities of wool, and want textiles that hug them in their homes.
Weaving for MeaganAnother exciting locally grown woolly collaboration, using New Zealand grown wool, processing and weaving.
Gibberslea Farm, GlenavyWe have woven two collections of fabric for Glenavy woolgrower Bruce McCulloch using his undyed Nat-ewe-ral wool.
Jane Shand DesignJane Shand designed garments are specially created from locally sourced merino, producing objects of lasting, authentic beauty.
Black YarnsNaturally coloured black and grey yarn grown on Dome Hill Station, North Otago by Lucinda Douglas and woven in Dome Douglas Grey tartan and herringbone.
Mary's blanketsMary the pet sheep's wool arrived from her home near Auckland, and a request for us to make blankets for her family. Read more...
Adam's fabricAdam had a dream of having his own wool woven into a length of fabric. See more images here...
Retail collaborationUsing Woolyarn's Perino yarn, we wove two ranges of scarves and wraps for a Queenstown retailer.
Shona's Southern Lakes TartanWe are priviledged to have woven Shona Johnstone's Southern Lakes Tartan prototype. Watch the process HERE.