Canada is set to host the IWTO’s Wool Round Table 2023, so it is fitting that attendees get to know a little about the host nation’s sheep and wool industries.
It's Wovember, and it's time to cozy up with all things woolly! Whether you're a knitting enthusiast, a sheep farmer, or just love the warmth of wool, this month is for you. Click through to read more about how it all got started.
The fashion industry continues to face a lack of transparency, making it difficult for consumers to make informed choices. Enter Filter by Fabric, a new campaign by The Woolmark Company. Click above to read more.
The annual Wool Round Table goes to Montreal this year! The programme features speakers from across North America, with lots of local flavour. Click above to learn more.
At a time when the increase of synthetic fibres has risen dramatically, the Discover Natural Fibers Initiative plays a key role in advancing the use of natural fibres.
Embrace a greener future, says Campaign for Wool New Zealand, whose new campaign promotes sustainable living through wool products.
Global trade associations play a vital role in facilitating cooperation, addressing industry challenges, and navigating the international trade landscape in support of its members. As IWTO celebrates its 93rd anniversary, we look at the importance of having a global voice for wool.
The versatility of wool never ceases to amaze. Its uses extend far beyond the world of fashion. Read on to see how wool is used to create breath-taking interior decorations.
Founded in Ireland by fibre artist Lorna McCormack, Wool in School is committed to increasing awareness of wool and its sustainable qualities.
The wool industry responds as New Zealand annouces decision to put synethic wool carpets in schools