Sandbed Ghyll is a tactile Herdwick plain wool. All Herdwick fabrics are designed and created in the northern parts of the UK, where possible within the Lake District. Please use the Contact US page to order a FREE sample
COMPOSITION: 100% Wool
WIDTH: 150 cm
LENGTH: sold by the metre
PATTERN REPEAT (CM): Plain
CARE: do not bleach, do not tumble dry, do not wash, dry clean only, low iron
USE: curtaining, loose covers, upholstery, soft furnishings, clothing
MATRINDALE RUB TEST: 60,000
For pricing and ordering please Contact US directly
Please note: price is by the metre of fabric (colours may vary according to your screen settings, we advise purchasing a sample to ensure colour)
Sandbed Ghyll – Yellow/Green Herdwick Fabric
Cable and Blake’s Herdwick fabrics are designed and created in the northern parts of the UK, where possible within the Lake District.
Cable and Blake source fleece and yarn from local farmers in the Lake District who are experienced breeders of the much loved Herdwick sheep. The fabric is produced in the Yorkshire Dales where fleeces are spun into yarn and this yarn is woven on traditional hand looms creating the cloth, from Crag to Cloth. The cloth is then dyed and finished by experts in their fields to create a sumptuous Herdwick fabric, Fabric of the Lakes, for our customers to purchase.
Cable and Blake have designed two digital prints which are brought to life within Cable and Blake’s studios, Kendal and have been inspired by the Lake District’s iconic landscape and lakes.
Cable and Blake are proud to offer a unique Herdwick woollen fabric that is produced to the highest quality locally, ensuring the minimum carbon footprint.
Please note: colours may vary according to your screen settings, we advise purchasing a sample to ensure colour
Inherently FR for Domestic upholstery or soft furnishing. We can further treat the fabric to meet ‘contract’ standards.
Why Choose Wool?
- Wool is sustainable
- Wool is naturally tough and still looks great after a lot of use
- Wool is naturally resistant to staining and fading so it looks new for longer
- Wool is inherently fire retardant