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Donegal Tweed Fabric

Donegal Tweed Fabric

What is Donegal Tweed?

  • Made from the thick and warm fleece of sheep.
  • This fabric is woven from woolen spun yarns.
  • It is primarily donegal handwoven tweed  fabric.
  • This fabric is wrinkle-resistant and is of robust material.
  • It is used in making caps, suits, vests, and many more.
  • They are available in different patterns, for instance in checks and herringbone. 
Donegal Tweed

History

  • This fabric started to appear around the end of the 18th century.
  •  It was mainly done by part time weavers, who were also farmers and fishermen.  
  •  Its name originated from Donegal, Ireland.
History

What makes it stand out?

Durability

This fabric is highly durable and with that provides warmth

Texture

Plain weave with uneven slub yarns

 

stand out

Application & Usage

Accessories

Scarves, hats, plain tweed caps, beret, kepis, and other

Clothing

Donegal tweed jackets, coats, waistcoats, and many more


Application and Usage

Care Instructions

  • It is easy to machine wash.
  • Keep the iron on slightly cool and then it won’t harm the fabric. 
  • Steam can be done only when required. 
  • Keep it in a dry place as moisture can damage the fabric.

Care Instructions

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