Off the Shelf
Woven to Order
Cheviot Tweed (119)
Named after the Cheviot hill sheep, the yarn is relatively large, rough, and heavy It gives a stiff and quite 'sharp' fabric, with a bright luster. Cheviot's durability is ideal for country wear, and it also drapes and creases well for city wear.
Estate Tweed (39)
Tweeds traditionally associated with particular Highland estates, typically earthy in tone. They served two needs: providing clothing from estate owners to their retainers; and the need to provide camouflage for stalkers when they were on the hill.
Cashmere Tweed (34)
A unique range of pure cashmere woven into traditional tweed patterns
Yorkshire Tweed (26)
Tweeds produced by weaving mills in Yorkshire, England
Saxony Tweed (24)
Saxony Tweed is very soft, with a fine, short pile. With a Merino wool base it is most typically used for sport jackets and suits.
Harris Tweed (13)
Characteristically rich and complex tweeds, woven only by hand on the isles of Lewis and Harris.
Lowland Tweed (13)
General wear tweeds, ideal for garments of all kinds
Supersoft Tweed (12)
Tweed patterns woven in soft lambswool or angora for greater comfort
Islay Tweed (7)
Fabrics from the Islay Woollen Mill, from the Island of Islay off the West Coast of Scotland
Shetland Tweed (6)
Originally woven from sheep raised on the Shetland islands, these wools are exceptionally fine with a soft, delicate and slightly shaggy finish. It is the ideal casual tweed.
SINGLE < 1 METREYARD
DOUBLE > 1 METREYARD