Tencel wool jersey fabric is a blend of Tencel and wool fibers. Tencel, also known as lyocell, is a sustainable fabric derived from the pulp of eucalyptus trees. Wool, on the other hand, is a natural fiber obtained from sheep. Jersey refers to the knit construction of the fabric, which creates a light, flexible, and breathable material.

Tencel is soft, breathable, and has a silk-like feel. It also has great moisture-absorbing properties. Wool provides warmth and durability. Combining these two in a jersey knit can result in a fabric that is comfortable, warm, breathable, and flexible - great for apparel that needs to move with the body.

Here's how to care for tencel wool jersey fabric:

  1. Washing: Always check the garment label before washing. As a general rule, use cold water and a gentle cycle to wash this blend of fabric. If hand washing, do so gently and avoid wringing or twisting the fabric.

  2. Detergent: Use a mild detergent. Avoid using bleach or other harsh chemicals as they can damage the fibers.

  3. Drying: It's generally recommended to lay the garment flat to dry. If using a dryer, choose the lowest heat setting or the air fluff setting.

  4. Ironing: If needed, use a low heat setting to iron the garment. An ironing cloth between the iron and the fabric can provide additional protection.

  5. Storage: Store the garment in a cool, dry place. Avoid folding it to prevent creases and instead, consider rolling it or keeping it on a hanger.

  6. Stains: If the garment gets stained, blot it gently instead of rubbing to avoid spreading the stain. Treat it with a gentle stain remover suitable for delicate fabrics.

Remember, the specific care instructions can vary depending on the exact blend of the fabric and how it's been treated, so always check the care label on the garment.