Wool Khadi Herringbone - Flax£60.00/m
This Indian wool tweed is a unique, traditionally woven fabric in which every stage is done by hand using local resources. The artisanal process generates no waste and doesn’t use any chemicals or electricity.
The making of these fabrics is part of a sustainable and socio-responsible initiative, set up to support and promote artisanal crafts, in which the process is entirely run & operated by the women of the Himachal Pradesh tribe.
These wools are made from the hair of local mountain goats. The goats are sheered, and the hair is sorted into colours before being spun on a wheel called a Charkha. These yarns are then woven into fabric lengths on a hand operated loom, are softened through the process of washing with soapnut, and then felted by hand to achieve these dense and crinkled herringbone wool fabrics.
Fabric available in 0.5m increments
DHL & Royal Mail tracked services
UK (2-3 working days) £5.50
Europe (2-4 working days) £23.50
Rest of the world (2-7 working days) £36.00
Australia, New Zealand & Saudi Arabia (7-10 working days) £45
*Shipping rates may cost more if your parcel is heavier than 2kg or you live in a remote location.
Samples are posted 1st Class and shipping is charged at 90p for the UK, £2 for Europe and £3 for the rest of the world.
If your parcel is being shipped outside the UK you will not be charged VAT, but you will subject to local VAT and import duties. These charges will be applied by your government at the point of delivery, therefor Cloth House is not responsible for any additional taxes and cannot offer any compensation.
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Other products or vintage items which are not cut fabric may be returned to us if unsuitable.
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