We are so excited to announce the launch of our waxed cotton canvas and Harris Tweed bags! The result of a collaboration with the talented Laura Sherriffs from Fernweh bags in Aberdeen,...
Patchwork Throw Seabreeze
Our 'Seabreeze' Patchwork Throw is living up to its name! We thought it fitting to take one of the blankets for a photoshoot at Gullane Beach in East Lothian.
These beautifully detailed, pure merino lambswool throws feature a patchwork pattern of different woven structures and colours.
Many thanks to our model Flora who wears our Elizabeth Martin Edith Coat in Harris Tweed, which ties in with the rugged coastal landscape.
Maree Throw Jade
Contemporary checked throw made from 100% merino lambswool.
These reversible throws are woven in vibrant shades of turquoise and blue, with an eye-catching orange and cream overcheck. They provide the option for a subtle interiors refresh with a different base colour on the reverse.
Also available in Arctic, a more subdued colour palette.
Meet the Weaver, Iain Martin Seaforth Harris Tweed
At this time of year many of our customers are heading out and about around Scotland, often to Skye or perhaps further afield, to Harris and Lewis.
We always like to suggest names of weavers open to the public as it can be hard to know where to start.
Harris Tweed weaver Iain Martin is based on Lewis and his croft overlooks the dramatic landscape of Loch Seaforth close to the border with Harris.
Iain's weaving shed is open to visitors and he gives a fascinating account of the history of Harris Tweed as well as a tour of his weaving shed which is like a small museum.
If you'd like to visit please make sure you book an appointment in advance - he can be found via his facebook page @SeaforthHarrisTweed.
Wednesday 9 March is Made in UK Day! From Harris Tweed woven in the Western Isles, to Shetland Fair Isle knitting in the north, the weaving of Scottish lace in the west...
As proud members and huge fans of Make it British, our founder Kitty Bruce-Gardyne was thrilled to be featured in a podcast interview with Make it British founder Kate Hills.
It's a year since we took over our new premises on St Mary's Street in, so what better time to look at the changes to our store over the past...