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Sweaterhouse by Badolina Denmark has arisen because we simply love wool and all the fantastic properties of wool.

The majority of our products fall into the category of slow fashion, because they are Nordic and classic patterns and designs that last for many years, and it is a recurring pleasure to wear. We sell goods we can vouch for and are diligent users of ourselves.

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ALPACA 

Alpaca wool is a type of wool that is derived from the fibers that naturally grow on alpacas. These animals are known as camelids since they are similar to camels, and alpacas are native to South America.


Wool derived from alpacas can be either heavy or light depending on how it is spun, which means that it is ideal for a number of different kinds of garments. Compared to sheep wool, alpaca wool is considerably softer, and it is also more durable. The softness is due to a smooth surface of the fibers of the wool.


Even though the alpaca wool doesn’t have the natural fat (lanolin) that makes regular wool water-resistant, it has still been proven to have that quality, making it both water and moist resistant. 

ANGORA RABBIT 

Angora wool is a very fluffy and luxurious fabric that comes from Angora rabbits. Angora is considered a luxury fiber alongside mohair and cashmere.

The fiber has a very thin, fine diameter and has a halo-like effect of fur around each strand, which creates a shiny quality on any items made with Angora. The halo essentially refers to the yarn’s fluffiness, so each strand in a finished product looks like it has a layer of fluff surrounding it. 

ANGORA GOAT

Mohair is one of the most prized natural fibers. Made from the coats of Angora goats, mohair is a soft, silk-like textile. Considered one of the oldest fiber textiles in existence, mohair originated in the mountains of Tibet, where the Angora goat originally lived.

CASHMERE

Cashmere is a type of wool that comes from the cashmere goats. Cashmere is one of the softest and most luxurious forms of wool, characterized by the fineness of the fibers, which are almost silky. It’s considered one of the most high-end fibers, as pure cashmere can be very expensive due to the involved production process, where the fibers are separated by hand from the entangled wool of goats.

Cashmere is significantly lighter than sheep’s wool, and is often blended with other types of wool, like merino, to give it added weight, since cashmere fibers are very fine and thin.

Since cashmere is incredibly soft and light with good insulating properties, cashmere products are very popular for cold weather clothing and accessories.

MERINO SHEEP

The merino wool is incredibly soft, because the thickness of the wool fibers is very little. The shorter the  woolfibers are, the more the wool will itch. It is the merino wool’s long fibers that make it soft and not itchy. The fibers in the merino wool are also very frizzy, and the fabric is therefore quite elastic and stores a lot of insulating air.
The sheep are originally from Spain, but today they live mostly in Australia and New Zealand and are the world’s most numerous breed of sheep.

Due to the climate in these regions the sheeps are in danger of being infected by a certain bug, that causes them a lot of pain. In order to avoid that, some farmers cut of the skin in the area that is likely to be infected. The process is called mulesing and is cruel to the animal.
At Badolina Denmark we of course make sure that the merino wool used in our production is mulesing free.   

Nordic

Nordic wool is considered to be of high quality, and has been used for knitting the traditional Norwegian patterns for many years.
The nordic wool is relatively coarse, resilient and robust and is suitable for use in yarn for hand or machine knitting or weaving of blankets and upholstery fabric. Wool is biodegradable and a renewable resource. It does not need to be washed in the same way as other fiber types and has a long life.

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