Join us as we visit the farming cooperative, Terre De Lin, in Normandy to learn about their farming practices and the meticulous care that goes into cultivating the flax we use in our linen products. Watch the film here.
A reflection on consumption, impact, and the ‘grey area’ of sustainable production. Read the full story on the Mungo journal.
Introducing the Flax Towel – a light and lustrous flat-weave that carries with it the hallmark of heritage.
Woven with one of the oldest fibres known to man: pure flax linen.
As colder weather calls, the light layers of our new Linen Scarf make for cosy comfort.
Woven from the finest linen threads at the Mungo Mill, and photographed in Groot Bank near Plettenberg Bay.
The Cloverleaf Tablecloth is an enduring classic on the Mungo range. Inspired by an 18th century design, refined by our Master Weaver and woven from the finest Italian-spun linen threads. Read, and watch, the history behind this one-of-a-kind cloth on our blog.
Playing within the creative constraints of our antique shuttle looms, we designed and wove the Linen Scarf. Loading the pirns at random, our weavers found play in the weft. The result is that each scarf bears the creative hand of its creator. Each is truly one of a kind. Read more on our blog.
Exploring the idea of human connection in a digital world, our writer Georgina recalls her fortuitous first trip to the Mungo Mill.