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.
- 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.
What makes it stand out?
This fabric is highly durable and with that provides warmth
Plain weave with uneven slub yarns
Application & Usage
Scarves, hats, plain tweed caps, beret, kepis, and other
Donegal tweed jackets, coats, waistcoats, and many more
- 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.
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