A couple of days ago I got a message from my brother asking me to pick out a new pair of jeans to wear on a Saturday morning.
I thought it would be good fun to find out which cotton fabrics would be best for this.
But I was not prepared for how quickly my mind went into overdrive.
My first reaction was that I’d need to pick up a pair of leather jeans or a wool knit jumper.
There are a lot of options to choose from, but a good choice might be a combination of denim and wool knit, and I have to admit I was somewhat sceptical.
The best cotton fabric is cotton, of course, and the best denim fabric is wool knit.
And wool knit is a really good fabric, as it is extremely lightweight and warm and soft.
If you’re looking for a new jumper, I recommend the wool knit option from Merrells.
It is a great fabric, is waterproof and offers plenty of stretch.
In the UK, wool knit jeans are more expensive than denim, but it’s worth it, as they will feel better on you, you’ll get a nice, warm and smooth fit and you won’t have to wash your jeans as often.
As for wool knit pants, there are a couple of brands that offer this option.
We chose the Merrell Black & Decker in the Wool Knits category.
You can get these for under £30, but I recommend you buy them in a size which is slightly larger than your waist size.
Here’s the deal: These are designed to be worn all year round, and are super stretchy, so they will look fantastic on your body, particularly when it’s chilly.
They also come in a range of styles, including a slouchy style and a more tailored fit.
My favourite way to wear wool knit trousers is to lay them flat on your back, and slip your legs under them so they’re flat on the outside and then you can sit back and get some great stretch.
If you’ve got a lot on your mind, I also recommend picking up a selection of socks from Goodyear, so you can wear them all year.
These socks are incredibly comfortable and they also have a lot going for them, including breathability and breathability on the coldest days.
Wool knit socks also make great knitted tops, so if you’re a woman looking for some casual, laid back, casual style, you need to try these out.
Also check out the Merrill Black & Doherty jeans in Wool Knit.
A couple of weeks later, I got another text from my sister asking me if I had found something she needed.
She’d seen my list and had asked me if she could borrow a pair.
Not sure what to say to her, I said that I had a pair and I would happily lend them out if she needed them.
“It’s nice to see you”, she said.
Well, of what?
“I’ve been looking for wool knits jeans and I’m sure I could find them.”
She looked shocked.
How was I going to find wool knit shorts?
Not too well, because I’ve been searching on Google and I could see that it was probably not as popular as wool knit ones.
So I took her to her local Wool Knitters and she bought a pair for £12.
What does she say?
She says, “I was thinking about how to find the best wool knit denim and I can’t believe you didn’t know that there are so many brands out there.”
“Well, yes, you are right.
I’m glad you found my website because I have been buying my own wool knit and wool knitted jeans for years and I’ve always been pleased with the quality and fit.”
So that’s what I found on my own.
This is the deal on wool knit cotton jeans: I have been told that there is a lot more to wool knit than what I am used to, but this is what I find most attractive.
Firstly, you have to wear them with a good cotton t-shirt.
That is, don’t try to make a pattern of them with any kind of shirt or trousers that have too much fabric on them, as there will be too much stretch in them.
Also, keep in mind that these are made to be washed after every use, so make sure you wash them on a cold, dry day.
For the wool knitter, you will need to make sure that your jeans are warm, so keep them on the inside and they will dry very well, as you’ll want to keep them as comfortable as possible.
Secondly, you can’t use them for anything other than a warm and comfortable evening, as the fabric will feel soft on your skin, especially if you are wearing jeans that are a bit longer.