Winter Woolies

Now that staying in is the new going out, this winter is the perfect time to make sure you have a comfortable, cosy interior to enjoy all the zoom parties and film nights in cocooning style.

Changing up your soft furnishings for winter is one of the quickest ways to create a fresh mood, without completely redecorating. Adding heavier weight curtains, rugs, throws and cushion covers all add to the feeling of cosiness we crave at this time of year.


Re-energising your space with uplifting pops of colour and texture couldn’t be simpler with the Stitched made to measure curtains and blinds wool ranges.


By mixing different compositions alongside wonderful wool, we have created four bespoke collections each with their own distinct look.

Wool

Made with 95% virgin wool from Yorkshire, this timeless fabric hangs like a dream. Available in 33 standout colours there is something for all tastes.

Flax

Made with 70% wool content, the Flax collection has a textural rustic finish. Available in 21 shades, peppered with coloured flecks this feel good fabric adds subtle pattern to interiors.

Upcycled Silk

Made with 67% wool, this three tone tweed effect fabric is elevated with the addition of upcycled silk, giving a luxurious tactile finish. Available in 8 punchy colours.

Hemp

Made with 60% wool and the heaviest of the wool collection Hemp has a rustic slub yarn with a rugged textural look. Available in 8 nature inspired colours.

With a choice of finishes and over 70 colours across the four ranges there’s plenty of possibilities for adding warmth and depth to your space. The beauty of these fabrics is their heavier weight means they may not need lining and the high wool content comes with many added benefits:

1. Eco Friendly

Wool is a natural and renewable source. Produced year round it is biodegradable when disposed of adding nutrients back into the earth’s soil as it decomposes. At Stitched the British wool is sourced from farms in Yorkshire. Grown without the use of pesticides, there is significantly less energy involved in the manufacturing of wool compared to man made products.

2. Hypoallergenic

Wool is naturally resistant to bacteria, mould and mildew that can trigger allergic reactions. It also naturally repels dirt and stains. Perfect for high touch furnishings such as curtains.

3. Air Purifying

Wool is fantastic at absorbing harmful pollutants from the air such as VOC’s from cleaning products, paint and glue It is estimated that use of wool in interiors can help purify the air for up to 30 years!

4. Energy Efficient

Wool has good insulation properties, helping to reduce heat transfer through windows, helping rooms stay cosier for longer.

5. Hard Wearing

Wool is known for being strong and resilient, the elasticity of the product means it retains its shape for longer, preventing creasing and wear. It is naturally fire retardant too. A well cared for wool product will stay looking as good as new well into its lifetime.

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