About Our Wool


Foxtrot Home New Zealand Wool Baby Blanket.

Dreamed up, designed and produced by us, Foxtrot Home’s Wool Collections are the culmination of years of research and discovery to bring you new homewares that hero a homegrown product with a proud history - New Zealand Strong Wool. 

Determined to follow the ethos of our pure French Flax Linen bedding and sleepwear, our wool collection is sustainably sourced and ethically produced. We also bring things a little closer to home. Made in New Zealand in every sense of the word, the premium lambswool is sourced directly from Kate and husband Jeremy's 740ha sheep farm in Central Hawke’s Bay, and is home to their young family. So, each throw and baby blanket is sourced and produced here in Aotearoa, NZ. 

The wool comes from Romney and composite lambs (a cross between Romney and Suftex sheep), born in August and September, weaned in November, and shorn in December/January. The lambswool is then scoured locally and delivered to Wellington to be spun and dyed by local makers. The finished yarn makes its way to Auckland for knitting into our luxurious range of wool throws and baby blankets. Coming full circle, the finished blankets are dispatched from Waipukarau, a stone’s throw away from where the journey began. 

We are passionate about doing good for wool. Wool is an incredibly undervalued resource that boasts wonderful, natural properties. Wool is hypoallergenic, breathable, fire-resistant and completely biodegradable at the end of its life. Our wool is grown yearly within farming practices that strive to support the land and our natural environment. 

Romney sheep are well-known for their strong wool and our throws and baby blankets are luxurious and durable. Choosing to knit our blankets (over weaving) allows us to create larger pieces than is coomonly found in the marketplace and also results in a beautiful drape and superior feel.

Our wool range is made with absolute heart and passion, our homegrown collection supports New Zealand’s wool industry as well as local makers and producers. Please contact us with any questions you have regarding the provenance and traceability of our wool. We are proud of its journey and more than happy to share this with you. 

Learn more about our Wool and Farms here.

Watch more about our Wool over on Seven Sharp.