Established in November 2011, Wovember is both a celebration of wool and a campaign for clearer labelling and descriptions of garments. Team Wovember comprises Felicity Ford, Louise Scollay, Kate Davies and Tom van Deijnen.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wovember is about showing our collective appreciation of wool by wearing as much of this fabulous fibre as possible and by celebrating its unique qualities in stories and pictures throughout the month of November. Through our enthusiasm and creativity we can raise awareness of what makes wool different, and jointly create a force for wool appreciation strong enough to effect changes in how garments and textiles are described and marketed.
The copyright for all the content held here on the Wovember site lies with the original content creators. Therefore every post has a separate copyright holder - always attributed in the text - and the posts which are not specifically attributed to an individual were created by one of the members of Team Wovember: Felicity Ford, Louise Scollay, Kate Davies or Tom van Deijnen. For information on reusing any content found on this site, please email email@example.com.
The Nude Ewe
Nude Ewe wool is spun from the fleeces of Bedfordshire’s conservation grazing flocks. Grasslands are a key feature of the English countryside. For centuries these habitats have been maintained by grazing sheep and other livestock. Without these animals
These sheep are at the top of the “adorable” queue!
I’d spin his wool any day! 🙂
The woolly coat of them are so soft! Love to spin it and knit Shetland lace with it. 😊
They are such a crack-up! Not sheepy at all……….