Charl Knitwear: sustainable clothes shopping whatever your budget

Charl Knitwear prides itself on ethical, sustainable sourcing, production to create beautiful pieces of clothing and accessories designed to last a lifetime.We talk to Frankie Davies about her views on slow fashion, discovering how we can all shop for clothes in a more responsible way.
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The science behind British wool

It might be pouring with rain, snowing, windy or beautifully sunny – whatever the weather, you’ll always see sheep grazing happily in the British countryside. And that’s thanks to their clever wool coats, which protect them in all weathers!
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Why is British Farming the most sustainable in the world?

This handy little animated video helps explain why British farming is the most sustainable in the world...
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How wool interiors can help clean the air in your home

Wool is a complex, natural fibre, bringing many specific benefits to a wide variety of different products.  But did you know that choosing wool interior products, such as carpets, can actually help to remove potentially harmful chemicals from your home?
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Wool & synthetics – what’s the difference?

Wool is an amazing natural fibre. Composed of proteins, its complexity provides many features and benefits that man-made fibres could never replicate. This means improved performance across all types of products – flooring, furnishings, clothing, beds and bedding – the list goes on!
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How wool keeps us warm

British weather is anything but predictable. Our climate is incredibly varied - sometimes we’ll have warm sunny days in February, and sometimes freezing rain in the middle of summer!
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Eye opening facts from The World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum has highlighted some shocking facts recently, explaining how our culture of fast fashion harms the environment.
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Sleep better with wool bedding

Dr Graham Ormondroyd is Head of Materials Research at Bangor University. With a background in natural materials science, Graham has published numerous research papers on the benefits of biomaterials, such as wool, and their ability to replace plastics. Graham explains how bedding – pillows, duvets, mattresses – made from wool can help you sleep better and longer.
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