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History and basics of cloth by Huddersfield

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February 14, 2015 by Ville Raivio

Huddersfield has published a handy little infotainment leaflet that covers the basics of cloth. Included is some info on sheep breeds, worsteds and woollens, glossary, and the very British fibre management business that is Hudderfield’s speciality.

http://www.huddersfieldcloth.com/Files/History-of-Cloth.pdf


2 comments »

  1. Ville Raivio says:

    Heja, Arnsten!

    Well, this Huddersfield leaflet is mostly a marketing thing but with helpful content, so I’m certain you can find a similar Italian one with some online searching.

    Berg&Berg does many things well and wish them my best. Small webstores are more agile with clothes specialisation and trying out new things, it’s all a matter of finding the right ones for your style.

  2. Arnsten Linstad says:

    Fantastic! I wonder if there is a similar compendium on Italian cloth/fabric as well. For the record: I am impressed by your site and all the interesting stuff you publish here. As a Norwegian I had to read a Finnish blog to find my favourite tie in my hometown of Oslo – Berg & Berg. Amazing and beautiful ties! Similar to Drakes, but a third of the price. Thanks!

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