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FROM LAMB TO LOOM
My beautiful merino fibre is sourced from one prize winning flock in Middlemarch, Central Otago - where rugged conditions and rocky terrain especially suit the versatile merino sheep.
White merino fibre as well as rare naturally colored merino in shades of chocolate to silver are washed, combed, spun, knitted and woven entirely in New Zealand by people who are dedicated to their craft.
Very few designers in the world can claim complete knowledge of the fibre from which their products are made - from farm to fashion - I am proud to be one of them.
Natural, sustainable, traceable - enduring comfort and style for you to enjoy.
– Jane Shand
Jane Shand designed garments are specially created from locally sourced merino, producing objects of lasting, authentic beauty.
Each woven scarf is unique (a one of a kind design) and presented in a recycled and recyclable card storage box, complete with the story about its origin. It is easy to post, making an ideal New Zealand souvenir or gift for a friend, family or business associate.
Support an entirely New Zealand made and ethically produced product.
Rod and Sue McLean own a c1900 Hattersley Domestic Weaving System, designed and manufactured in Yorkshire, England and now in their care.
Rod is a craftsman weaver, specialising in weaving traditionally inspired tartans and tweeds. Sue is a recognised textile artist who specialises in stitching historically influenced garments and artworks. Together they are McLean & Co.
McLean & Co. are committed to sustainable and ethical practice, the preservation of traditional textile skills, and the guardianship of their looms. Using quality New Zealand grown and processed yarn, they create beautiful limited edition hand woven textiles: heirlooms of the future, to be used, shared and treasured.
McLean & Co. - woven with respect, crafted with love...