Welsh Wool

Welsh Wool - The Green Green Grass for Wool - Mappliqué

Wales is famous for it’s rolling valleys and fields dotted with flocks of adorable fluffy sheep so it’s only natural that the principality is represented with knitted ivory wool.

Irish Linen

Irish Linen - From Flax to lux: Irish Linen Heritage - - Mappliqué

The first fabric that naturally comes to mind when thinking of Ireland is linen, and rightly so, as there’s a long and prestigious heritage of linen production that, despite no longer mass-produced, persists to this day…


Tartan - Proudly Scottish: The Highland Fabric - Mappliqué

There can’t be a fabric more closely bonded to its cultural identity or geographical location than Tartan; proudly Scottish and world-renowned. Tartan endures as a stylish fabric in fashion and home interiors yet is a textile…


Pinstripe - The quintessential English Fabric: From Banks to Bond - Mappliqué

The specific origin of pinstriped fabric becoming the ubiquitous uniform of office workers is disputed but it’s indubitably British, or rather English to be exact. Some believe that the striped trousers of military regalia were repurposed…

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