Tradition Textiles

Tradition Textiles

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At Tradition Textiles the story behind our products and the way they are made is important to us. We like to share the story with our customers. Our new collection of fine Australian merino wool scarves for winter 2019 includes printed styles in beautiful colours and patterns. Our range of clothing for spring/summer 2019 features cotton and linen fabrics with embroidery and prints designed by Tradition’s Deborah Emmett to produce a quality and stylish range of cool dresses, tunics and tops. And for the home woven merino wool throws in geometric designs as well as paisley patterns will be on exhibit. The focus of Tradition Textiles range is on using natural fibres of cotton, linen, silk and merino wool with handcrafted textile printing, dyeing and embroidery techniques to create contemporary designs. In all areas of production our company aims to be environmentally and ethically responsible by establishing sustainable relationships with the talented artisans who assist us in realizing our designs. A new collection is developed each season and can be viewed on our website.


  • Wool Gumnuts Shawl - WGUS

    This Australian merino wool shawl in contrasting sage and red is printed with an Australian flowering gum design by Tradition's Deborah Emmett. It is ...

  • Wool Twill Overlay Dots Scarf - WODO-W

    This Australian merino wool scarf is woven in a twill weave and printed in an abstract overlapping dot design in warm hues. It is 70x180cm in size.

  • Wool Twill Organic Dots Scarf - WTOD

    This Australian Merino wool scarf is 70x200cm in a twill weave that is printed with an organic dot pattern in subtle moss and grey tones.

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