Fame Wool Upholstery

Fame Wool Upholstery

Natural wool fabric is luxuriously soft, exceptionally stretchy, cleanable. 200,000 double rub abrasion resistance surpasses industry standards. Meets California TB 117 flammability requirements.


Fame by Gabriel Textiles is a natural wool fabric that is luxuriously soft, exceptionally stretchy, and cleanable. 200,000 double rub abrasion resistance surpasses industry standards resulting in a strong durable fabric. Meets California Bulletin 117E flammability requirements. 

  • Wool is nature's own environmentally friendly, biologically degradable luxury, and an ideal upholstery fabric. 
  • Wool is anti-static and attracts dry dirt to a lesser degree than do other fabrics.
  • Wool absorbs liquids slowly, so spills do not easily penetrate into the fabric.
  • Wool does not burst into flames if you drop an ember, a cigarette or a match. The fire goes out and the stain can often be removed with light brushing.
  • Wool can absorb moisture, more than 35% of its own weight, and still feel dry and comfortable to sit on. Wool absorbs the moisture when you're hot and gives you extra warmth when you're cold. Wool therefore provides the optimal sitting comfort.

For critical color matching please request a fabric swatch. Accurate color rendition is simply not possible on the internet. Real life fabric color may be vastly different from what you see here.

Not all colors are available for all products. For color availability, please view the color choices offered in the purchase menu for each individual product.


  • 95% wool; 5% Polyamide.
  • 200,000 double rub abrasion resistance surpasses industry standards. (Martindale)
  • 100% free of heavy metals.
  • Meets California Bulletin 117E flammability requirements.
  • Certifications: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, EMAS, and ISO 14040 quality and environmental standards; New Zealand fern logo.

Cleaning | Care 

  • To preserve fabric color and appearance, we recommend regular vacuuming, preferably every week, with a soft vacuum accessory.
  • A golden rule: always remove a spot as quickly as possible before it penetrates the fibers.
  • Most stains and dirt can be removed with an ordinary pH-neutral detergent diluted in lukewarm water at normal strength. (Follow the directions on the bottle.) Use clean water without any detergent for the last rinse.
  • Rub carefully with a white cotton cloth. Never rub hard to remove a spot.
  • Do not soak the area. This can damage the material under the fabric. Press a dry towel or piece of plain white kitchen paper towel against the fabric each time liquid is added so that moisture and impurities are absorbed.
  • If the stain does not disappear using water and a neutral detergent, follow the instructions in the Gabriel Guide to Spots. Use only the cleaning methods specified in the spot guide. Use only small quantities of cleaning agent at a time. 
  • The area may appear darker than the surrounding fabric after being cleaned with water. This will become less noticeable