Almost pure cellulose, cotton is the world’s most widely used natural fibre. The main reasons for this are its softness and breathability. Cotton absorbs moisture readily which makes cotton comfortable in hot weather. Wool is different to other fibres because of its chemical structure. This chemical structure influences its texture, elasticity, staple and crimp formation. Wool is a protein fibre, composed of more than 20 amino acids. These amino acids form protein polymers. Wool also contains small amounts of fat, calcium and sodium. We produce several different types and blends of wool, each with its own quality and feel, like dutch & texel wool, lambswool, mattress wool, recycled wool, GOTS wool etc..