OTHER FABRICS FROM THIS COLLECTION

Wool Ultra Thin Gauze Muslin – Natural White – WMU 01/01

28,50 m

Amazing 100% merino muslin, delicate, and as light as a mist.

This is exactly what you need! This exceptional material, made from the purest wool, combines lightness and elegance, creating a fabric ideal for rich accessories.

Thanks to its subtle structure, wool muslin drapes beautifully on the body, providing wearing comfort and an exceptional look.

Its softness and pleasant touch make it indispensable, especially if you dream of a rich medieval scarf or unique home accessories.

It is also perfect as a dyeing fabric.

100% merino

Natural fibers

Worldwide shipping

Professional service

100% merino

Worldwide shipping

Natural fibers

Professional service

Width +/- 2cm

140 cm

Grammage Note1: OZ - stands for Ounces per Square Yard. Note2: We are showing grammage as per 1 square meter (GSM). While you may be used to gramms per linear (running) meter from other shops (GLM).

2.2oz, 77 g/m2

Thread count TPI - stands for Threads Per square Inch, so it counts warp ends and weft picks altogether. If inch is not familiar for you, we are showing also how many threads (warp/weft) are present per 1 cm

80 TPI, 16/16 threads per cm

Colour We have divided the palette into 11 basic colours. So this attribute is telling about the general, closest colour. For example BLUE : will include all different blue, navy and turquoise shades. This helps while filtering the shop searching for the fabric shade you desire.

White

Weave

Plain weave

In stock

Starting from 0.5m you can order any quantity you want!


Are you still hesitating?  Not sure that this will be in the shade and quality you expect? Then ask for a small sample (4x4cm).
You can ask up to 5 different samples for free. Each next one will cost 1 eur.

OTHER FABRICS FROM THIS COLLECTION

Merino wool is an exceptional natural fiber renowned for its numerous benefits, making it a top choice for various uses. Here are a few reasons why merino wool stands out:

  1. Exceptional Softness: Merino wool is incredibly soft and gentle on the skin, providing comfort even during extended wear.
  2. Moisture Management: Merino wool retains its insulating properties even when damp, making it ideal for both warm and cold conditions.
  3. Durability: Despite its softness, merino wool is surprisingly durable. The long, fine fibers make it more resistant to tearing and pilling compared to other types of wool.
  4. Versatility: Merino wool is suitable for a wide range of applications, from clothing like base layers, socks, and sweaters to bedding, blankets, and athletic gear.

Woolen gauze, being an incredibly light and breathable material, finds wide application in sewing, offering numerous creative possibilities.

With its help, you can sew delicate summer dresses, airy blouses, and tunics that ensure comfort on warm days.

It is also ideal for creating children's accessories, such as blankets, sleeping bags, and swaddles, making babies feel safe and comfortable.

In home textiles, wool muslin works perfectly as a material for light curtains, drapes, tablecloths, and napkins, giving interiors a subtle, romantic character.

Additionally, it can be used to make various fashion accessories, such as scarves, shawls, and wraps, which will be elegant additions to any outfit.

Wool gauze is also great for sewing decorations and wedding attire elements, like veils.

Thanks to its versatility, woolen muslin is an indispensable material in sewing, enabling the realization of many diverse projects.

Gauze is woven using a specific weave that gives it its characteristic lightness and breathability. The process of weaving gauze can be described as follows:

  1. Loose weave: Gauze is woven using a very loose weave, which means that the warp (vertical) and weft (horizontal) threads are spaced further apart than in more densely woven fabrics. This makes the fabric very breathable and transparent.
  2. Use of thin threads: Thin threads are used to weave gauze, which further increases its lightness and delicacy. It can be made from cotton, silk, or like our from wool,  depending on the intended use of the fabric.
  3. Plain weave: Gauze is typically woven in a plain weave, which means that each warp thread alternates over and under each weft thread. This simple weave provides minimal contact between the threads, which is one of the reasons why gauze is so breathable.
  4. No additional finishing: Most types of gauze do not undergo additional finishing processes, such as mercerization or stiffening, which maintains its natural softness and flexibility.

Thanks to these features, gauze is ideal for applications that require lightness, breathability, and delicacy, such as decorations, or summer clothing.

Merino wool muslin is an ideal fabric for historical reconstruction due to its delicacy, lightness, and breathability, which perfectly capture the essence of past eras.

Especially in the context of luxurious scarves, muslin was highly valued from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. Muslin scarves added refinement and prestige, and their exquisite craftsmanship highlighted the social status of their wearers.

At the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, muslin became a popular material for evening dresses and airy summer gowns, particularly wedding dresses. Evening dresses made from wool gauze were characterized by their lightness and delicacy, which gave them a romantic and elegant appearance, perfectly fitting the aesthetics of that period. Summer gowns made from this material were breathable and comfortable, making them an ideal choice for warm days.

Muslin wedding dresses from that era were symbols of purity and subtle elegance, making them especially prized by brides.

In addition to clothing, wool gauze was also used as a fabric for various accessories. Muslin gloves were lightweight and elegant, making them an excellent complement to evening attire. Veils made from this material were delicate and airy, perfectly completing wedding dresses and other formal creations. Scarves made from woolen gauze were not only practical but also served as stylish accessories, adding charm and elegance to any outfit.

Thanks to its unique properties, wool muslin remains indispensable in historical reconstruction, allowing for faithful reproduction of costumes and accessories from different eras, while maintaining the authentic character of old materials.

Colour note!

Selling fabrics through the internet it is not an easy task, since our customers cannot see them in reality.
One of the most important factors, that make you decide whether to buy a fabric or not, is to get the right COLOUR that you are looking for, matching your entire costume and its accessories.

This is why at Woolsome shop we do our best to fulfill your expectations.

We've decided to use a professional photo studio and a special colour checker system to achieve an ideal colour representation of all our product pictures.
Our goal was to present them exactly as they appear in reality.

However it has to be noticed, that your computer's monitor (or mobile phone) can have tweaked settings and therefore may sometimes display colours differently than they are in reality.
It also play a role if you look at your screen :

  • in daylight, or in a shaded room
  • frontally or at a certain angle

It is all very tricky, and you should be also aware, that modern electronic devices have usually the biggest problem to present properly shades of the COLOUR RED.

While watching all different pictures, that we've prepared for each of our products, you will also notice that the main picture (being a frontal close-up) will always be a bit darker comparing to the other pictures presenting a an entire textile from a distance. It is natural, as our eyes are also perceiving the colours differently, depending on the strength and direction of the light around you.

Many of our historical fabrics are woven in a way, that the warp and the weft are in two different colours. As a result these textiles will look differently from close-up, where you can still clearly see the difference between these two different threads. When from the further distance, this fabric will present slightly different colour, being a result of a mix of those two.

We hope, that our photographical efforts will bring you full satisfaction, so that you will find in your package what you expected.

However, please always consider asking for samples first, before your purchase.  We also offer full sets of samples of each of our textile collection.

Handwash

Handwash

Wash on a wool cycle

Wash on a wool cycle

Do not tumble dry

Do not tumble dry

Dry flat

Dry flat

Low heat iron

Low heat iron

Do not bleach

Do not bleach

Please be advised that the material is extremely delicate and requires washing without other fabrics and clothes with buttons, Velcro, hooks and other elements that may damage it. To maintain the highest quality and durability of the fabric, please follow this advice during each washing cycle.


Description

Merino wool is an exceptional natural fiber renowned for its numerous benefits, making it a top choice for various uses. Here are a few reasons why merino wool stands out:

  1. Exceptional Softness: Merino wool is incredibly soft and gentle on the skin, providing comfort even during extended wear.
  2. Moisture Management: Merino wool retains its insulating properties even when damp, making it ideal for both warm and cold conditions.
  3. Durability: Despite its softness, merino wool is surprisingly durable. The long, fine fibers make it more resistant to tearing and pilling compared to other types of wool.
  4. Versatility: Merino wool is suitable for a wide range of applications, from clothing like base layers, socks, and sweaters to bedding, blankets, and athletic gear.

Woolen gauze, being an incredibly light and breathable material, finds wide application in sewing, offering numerous creative possibilities.

With its help, you can sew delicate summer dresses, airy blouses, and tunics that ensure comfort on warm days.

It is also ideal for creating children's accessories, such as blankets, sleeping bags, and swaddles, making babies feel safe and comfortable.

In home textiles, wool muslin works perfectly as a material for light curtains, drapes, tablecloths, and napkins, giving interiors a subtle, romantic character.

Additionally, it can be used to make various fashion accessories, such as scarves, shawls, and wraps, which will be elegant additions to any outfit.

Wool gauze is also great for sewing decorations and wedding attire elements, like veils.

Thanks to its versatility, woolen muslin is an indispensable material in sewing, enabling the realization of many diverse projects.

Gauze is woven using a specific weave that gives it its characteristic lightness and breathability. The process of weaving gauze can be described as follows:

  1. Loose weave: Gauze is woven using a very loose weave, which means that the warp (vertical) and weft (horizontal) threads are spaced further apart than in more densely woven fabrics. This makes the fabric very breathable and transparent.
  2. Use of thin threads: Thin threads are used to weave gauze, which further increases its lightness and delicacy. It can be made from cotton, silk, or like our from wool,  depending on the intended use of the fabric.
  3. Plain weave: Gauze is typically woven in a plain weave, which means that each warp thread alternates over and under each weft thread. This simple weave provides minimal contact between the threads, which is one of the reasons why gauze is so breathable.
  4. No additional finishing: Most types of gauze do not undergo additional finishing processes, such as mercerization or stiffening, which maintains its natural softness and flexibility.

Thanks to these features, gauze is ideal for applications that require lightness, breathability, and delicacy, such as decorations, or summer clothing.

Merino wool muslin is an ideal fabric for historical reconstruction due to its delicacy, lightness, and breathability, which perfectly capture the essence of past eras.

Especially in the context of luxurious scarves, muslin was highly valued from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. Muslin scarves added refinement and prestige, and their exquisite craftsmanship highlighted the social status of their wearers.

At the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, muslin became a popular material for evening dresses and airy summer gowns, particularly wedding dresses. Evening dresses made from wool gauze were characterized by their lightness and delicacy, which gave them a romantic and elegant appearance, perfectly fitting the aesthetics of that period. Summer gowns made from this material were breathable and comfortable, making them an ideal choice for warm days.

Muslin wedding dresses from that era were symbols of purity and subtle elegance, making them especially prized by brides.

In addition to clothing, wool gauze was also used as a fabric for various accessories. Muslin gloves were lightweight and elegant, making them an excellent complement to evening attire. Veils made from this material were delicate and airy, perfectly completing wedding dresses and other formal creations. Scarves made from woolen gauze were not only practical but also served as stylish accessories, adding charm and elegance to any outfit.

Thanks to its unique properties, wool muslin remains indispensable in historical reconstruction, allowing for faithful reproduction of costumes and accessories from different eras, while maintaining the authentic character of old materials.

Colours in WoolSome

Colour note!

Selling fabrics through the internet it is not an easy task, since our customers cannot see them in reality.
One of the most important factors, that make you decide whether to buy a fabric or not, is to get the right COLOUR that you are looking for, matching your entire costume and its accessories.

This is why at Woolsome shop we do our best to fulfill your expectations.

We've decided to use a professional photo studio and a special colour checker system to achieve an ideal colour representation of all our product pictures.
Our goal was to present them exactly as they appear in reality.

However it has to be noticed, that your computer's monitor (or mobile phone) can have tweaked settings and therefore may sometimes display colours differently than they are in reality.
It also play a role if you look at your screen :

  • in daylight, or in a shaded room
  • frontally or at a certain angle

It is all very tricky, and you should be also aware, that modern electronic devices have usually the biggest problem to present properly shades of the COLOUR RED.

While watching all different pictures, that we've prepared for each of our products, you will also notice that the main picture (being a frontal close-up) will always be a bit darker comparing to the other pictures presenting a an entire textile from a distance. It is natural, as our eyes are also perceiving the colours differently, depending on the strength and direction of the light around you.

Many of our historical fabrics are woven in a way, that the warp and the weft are in two different colours. As a result these textiles will look differently from close-up, where you can still clearly see the difference between these two different threads. When from the further distance, this fabric will present slightly different colour, being a result of a mix of those two.

We hope, that our photographical efforts will bring you full satisfaction, so that you will find in your package what you expected.

However, please always consider asking for samples first, before your purchase.  We also offer full sets of samples of each of our textile collection.

Washing advice
Handwash

Handwash

Wash on a wool cycle

Wash on a wool cycle

Do not tumble dry

Do not tumble dry

Dry flat

Dry flat

Low heat iron

Low heat iron

Do not bleach

Do not bleach

Please be advised that the material is extremely delicate and requires washing without other fabrics and clothes with buttons, Velcro, hooks and other elements that may damage it. To maintain the highest quality and durability of the fabric, please follow this advice during each washing cycle.