Tradition Textiles

Newtown,  New South Wales 
Australia
http://www.traditiontextilesandjewellery.com
  • Booth: 8539

The story behind our products and the way they are made is important to us at Tradition Textiles. Each year we design and produce a new collection of scarves and throws created from the softest Australian merino wool in printed and woven designs in a wide range of colors and styles. 

Brands: Tradition Textiles


 Press Releases

  • Tradition Textiles scarf, Wool Aubergine WAUB has been selected to be part of the NY NOW Best Product Awards. On 3 February judges from the media and industry will be visiting the Tradition Textiles booth 8539 to see and feel this printed scarf crafted from fine Australian merino wool. The print design in subtle greens and aubergine is by Tradition’s Deborah Emmett. She explains, “I was visiting our local community garden and was drawn to the sculptural form and colours of an artichoke plant which I immediately photographed.” The design was then created using computer software and printed on quality woven wool.

     

    Wool Aubergine – WAUB is one of around sixty merino wool scarf and shawl designs on exhibit at Tradition Textiles booth. Each design is unique while the collection provides a myriad of colours and patterns. Something for all lovers of beautiful scarves. Wish Tradition Textiles luck for the NY NOW Best New Product Awards!

     

    Australian company Tradition Textiles is launching its 2019 range of merino wool scarves and throws at NY NOW for the first time. Since 2003 the co-founders of Tradition Textiles, husband and wife team Deborah Emmett and Riyaz Hakim have delighted their wholesale customers throughout Australia and New Zealand with their quality merino wool designs. Now it’s time to bring their collection to NY NOW! 

  • Do you want to find something new and beautiful for your store? Have a look at Tradition Textiles shawl, Wool Gumnuts WGUS that’s to be exhibited in Destination:New at NY NOW. Australian company Tradition Textiles is launching its 2019 range of merino wool scarves, shawls and throws at NY NOW for the first time. Since 2003 the co-founders of Tradition Textiles, husband and wife team Deborah Emmett and Riyaz Hakim have delighted their wholesale customers throughout Australia and New Zealand with their quality merino wool designs. Now it’s time to bring their collection to NY NOW! 

    Wool Gumnuts – WGUS is one of around sixty merino wool scarf and shawl designs on exhibit. Visit Tradition Textiles booth 8539 in Personal Accessories to see and feel the whole collection crafted from fine Australian merino wool. As Tradition Textiles print designer Deborah Emmett explains, “We are not afraid of colour! There are colours for everyone and the merino wool feels wonderful.” The light merino wool is warm while not bulky to wear so perfect for all year around.

    And for the home Tradition Textiles has a range of woven Australian merino wool throws in geometric and paisley designs. The throws are woven in Kashmir, India using a special technique where the colours are reversed on each side of the throw. A great addition to the sofa or bed for a splash of colour as well as a cosy companion. 

    To find out more about Tradition Textiles and their journey go to www.traditiontextilesandjewellery.com and visit Booth 8539 in Personal Accessories at NY NOW Winter 2019.

  • It’s all about microns! The Australian merino wool that Tradition Textiles uses to weave their collection of scarves is 16-17 microns so very fine and soft. While this quality wool is light it is also very warm. 

    The wool fibre is a complex structure that, believe it or not, behaves remarkably like our skin; naturally cooling and heating as the body needs.Predominantly made of interlocking protein molecules known as keratin, the same protein present in our own skin and hair, individual wool fibres have the ability to be bent, flexed and stretched in any direction. In addition, wool fibres have a natural curl called the “fibre crimp” which improves the elasticity and over all resilience.

    Merino wool fibres are smaller in diameter than other wool. Being finer these fibres are more flexible and softly bend when pressed against the skin and, therefore, don’t itch like other wool. And, of course as a natural fibre will not wrinkle like synthetics.

    After weaving many of the scarves are printed with designs by Tradition Textiles’ Deborah Emmett, with new designs created every year. As one of Tradition Textiles’ happy customers wrote, “Wow, what a gorgeous scarf. Rich, saturated colours; soft, light-as-air fabric with a faint sheen that drapes beautifully - this is the perfect scarf for any time of the year. Couldn’t be happier!” 

    And for the home Tradition Textiles has a range of woven Australian merino wool throws in geometric and paisley designs. The throws are woven in Kashmir, India using a special technique where the colours are reversed on each side of the throw. A great addition to the sofa or bed for a splash of colour as well as a cosy companion. 

    To find out more about Tradition Textiles and their journey go to www.traditiontextilesandjewellery.com and visit Booth 8539 in Personal Accessories at NY NOW Winter 2019.


 Products

  • Tradition Textiles Wool Brushstrokes Scarf WTBR-W
    This fine Australian merino wool scarf is woven in a twill weave and then printed in a brushstroke design in warm hues on a neutral background....

  • Tradition Textiles collection of scarves are woven from fine quality Australian merino wool of approximately 16.5 microns. Although very warm they are not bulky to wear. This brushstrokes design WTBR-W is in warm hues but is also available in cool colors WTBR-C. At 27x70inches (70x180cm) the scarf is generous in size and drapes beautifully. Each year Tradition Textiles' designer, Deborah Emmett develops new print designs for the scarf collection inspired by nature, architecture and fine art. We love colour and pattern at Tradition Textiles so expect scarves in many different hues and styles.
  • Tradition Textiles Wool Gumnuts Shawl WGUS
    This fine Australian merino wool shawl is printed with a design inspired by Australian flowering gums. The subtle sage eucalyptus greens contrasting with the brilliant reds of the gum blossoms....

  • Tradition Textiles collection of scarves are woven from fine quality Australian merino wool of approximately 16.5 microns. Although very warm they are not bulky to wear. WGUS is one of our limited shawl designs. At 39x79inches (100x200cm) the shawl is generous in size, perfect to wrap around on a cold day. Each year Tradition Textiles' designer, Deborah Emmett develops new print designs for the scarf collection inspired by nature, architecture and fine art. We love colour and pattern at Tradition Textiles so expect scarves in many different hues and styles.

  • Tradition Textiles Wool Wave Throw WAV-M
    This throw is woven from Australian merino wool in a multi coloured wave pattern. Perfect for the sofa or bed....

  • Tradition Textiles range of throws are woven from Australian merino wool in geometric and paisley designs. Each throw is 59x88inches (150x225cm) so generous in size. After weaving the throws are washed adding to their softness and, as they are washable an additional selling point for customers. The WAV-M throw design is a mix of warm and cool undulating wave lines perfect to add warmth and color to any home.
  • Tradition Textiles Wool Geo Sunset Scarf WCGE
    This Australian merino wool scarf is printed with a striking geometric design in orange and gold contrasting against navy....

  • Tradition Textiles collection of scarves are woven from fine quality Australian merino wool of approximately 16.5 microns. Although very warm they are not bulky to wear. The design for this scarf WCGE has been screen printed by hand. At 27x79inches (70x200cm) the scarf is generous in size and drapes beautifully. Each year Tradition Textiles' designer, Deborah Emmett develops new print designs for the scarf collection inspired by nature, architecture and fine art. We love colour and pattern at Tradition Textiles so expect scarves in many different hues and styles.

  • Tradition Textiles Wool Overlay Dots Scarf WODO-C
    This Australian merino wool scarf is woven in a twill weave and then printed with a dot pattern in neutral cool tones and contrasting red and gold....

  • Tradition Textiles collection of scarves are woven from fine quality Australian merino wool of approximately 16.5 microns. Although very warm they are not bulky to wear. This scarf design WODO-C is in cool hues but is also available in warm colors WODO-W. The design consists of different sized dots that overlay each other. At 27x70inches (70x180cm) the scarf is generous in size and drapes beautifully. Each year Tradition Textiles' designer, Deborah Emmett develops new print designs for the scarf collection inspired by nature, architecture and fine art. We love colour and pattern at Tradition Textiles so expect scarves in many different hues and styles.

  • Tradition Textiles Wool Spot Throw SPOT-M
    This throw is woven from Australian merino wool in a multi coloured spot design....

  • Tradition Textiles range of throws are woven from Australian merino wool in geometric and paisley designs. Each throw is 59x88inches (150x225cm) so generous in size. After weaving the throws are washed adding to their softness and, as they are washable an additional selling point for customers. The SPOT-M throw has a striking design of multi coloured spots in varying sizes on a black background. The reverse side of the thow has different coloured spots.
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