This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I was a child, my grandmother used to knitt wool sweaters for me.They were so warm and cozy, eventhough my grandma doesn’t knitt me any sweaters now,every winter I get a knitted wool socks from her.
So let me introduce you to Ramblers Way Farm,an eco-friendly company which produces worsted Rambouillet wool garments.The company was founded in 1970 by Tom and Kate Chappell,right now they grow Rambouillet wool in their own sheep farms in Maine and on partner ranches in Colorado, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, and Utah.
What is worsted wool,you may ask?Wool is spun in a worsted fashion, referring to the way that the fiber is prepared and turned into yarn.Worsted yarn is prepared by aligning wool fiber in parallel, spinning fibers together tightly, and joining them at their ends. This creates a remarkably smooth,strong,soft and uniform fabric.Ramblers Way worsted wool garments are made using superfine, long staple wool, free of those pesky, itchy loose ends.
My favorite from their women appareal collection are Next-to-Skin Scoop Neck Short Sleeve Top and the Next-to-Skin Camisole,both are very versatile and can be worn under anything without bunching or showing.Also,they draw off moisture and repell odors.
Ramblers Waywool garments are natural, non-synthetic, and chemical-free so you don’t have to worry about damaging the enviroment.
Do you like wool garments?