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Produktion »The Production of myfelt Rugs«.

myfelt felt and felt ball rugs as well as all of our other felt products are traditionally handmade under fair and sustainable working conditions in selected partner manufactories in Nepal.

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High Quality Wool

All myfelt products are made of 100% virgin wool. The raw material used for production, the pure wool, comes from sheep exclusively from New Zealand. This virgin wool is some of the highest quality of its kind in the world. The material of origin offers durability and quality at the highest level.

Gentle shearing

New Zealand was also chosen by myfelt because of its high ethical standards and legal requirements in regards to wool production.

Animal Welfare and Protection

Since October 2018, a special law in New Zealand guarantees the animal-friendly and gentle shearing of animals - known as the mulesing ban. Animal welfare and protection, along with fair and transparent working conditions, form the essential corporate philosophy for myfelt.

Origin of the Wool

The wool used by myfelt is sourced exclusively from New Zealand Wool Services International Ltd (New Zealand farmers’ association). In addition to the excellent quality, this association pays strict attention to the observance of animal welfare and sustainable sheep farming and the “mulesing-free” and thus gentle shearing of the sheep. The myfelt promise: No animal has suffered in the entire manufacturing process and in the extraction of the raw material wool.

Sustainability

All myfelt products are made from 100% pure and sustainably sourced new wool from New Zealand. New Zealand virgin wool is one of the highest quality and most durable wool types in the world. Throughout the entire manufacturing process, myfelt does not use any chemical additives. From the raw material to the finished product, everything remains natural.

»Free of harmful substances for a healthy indoor atmosphere«

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Comb & Colour

The pure sheep's wool is first carded in selected partner factories in Nepal that have proven themselves over many years: the fibres are aligned so that an even, beautiful pile is created. This is then washed several times. The wool is then given its final character in dye works certified by

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Felting & Knotting

The felt or each individual felt ball is shaped into its final form by hand in several steps with the utmost precision. In the case of myfelt felt ball rugs, the finished felt balls are joined together using a knotting process specially developed by myfelt, which also allows the carpet to be used on both sides. The result is a myfelt product of the highest craftsmanship: for example, a carpet with up to 50,000 individually and hand-sewn felt balls.

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»Traditional craftsmanship free from harmful substances«.

Fair Working Conditions & Social Responsibility

myfelt is committed to transparent and fair conditions for all its employees - in Germany as well as in Nepal, the country where our beautiful rugs are produced. All myfelt products are manufactured under fair and transparent working conditions in partner factories in Nepal by adult and excellently trained artisans - 100% child labour free.

Fair & Transparent Working Conditions

myfelt is considered a pioneer for excellent working conditions in Nepal and works exclusively with partners who, among other things, provide progressive working conditions, parental benefits, parental leave and also health insurance.

Fairtrade Certification

myfelt is the only manufacturer of felt and felt ball rugs worldwide that has an official Fairtrade certification by GoodWeave International. GoodWeave's main goal since 1995 has been the abolition of child labour in the textile industry and the observance of excellent working and environmental conditions. Since 2014, myfelt has been proactively involved in social and ecological projects in Nepal together with GoodWeave.