Forget Throwback Thursdays, here at Scotweb, we're doing Tartan Tuesdays! This week we look at the Carmichael tartan and learn about the history of the clan.
Today we're excited to bring you the first article, in our series, of featured Scottish Weddings. The best part is we're looking at you guys, our fabulous customers, and featuring your special days. We love to see how we've helped to shape your Scottish Weddings. From work friends to husband and wife, we take a look at Jenn and Tim's story...
In the spirit of our Tweed-themed competition this month, we thought we would bring you some facts about Tweed! This durable fabric is a popular Brittish textile, found in outdoor clothing and historical musical instruments. Read this weeks article to find out more!
Do you like our new tartan? As I write, this is a temporary computer-generated image from our tartan design systems. But a length of real plaid in this pattern is on the looms right now, so soon we'll be replacing this with a photo, in all its glory
It's the first in our new Scotweb tartan family: called House of Merchiston. (Well, I live in a house, in the Merchiston district of Edinburgh, and it has a nice ring to it.)
We've been meaning to create our own 'house' tartan for, well, forever. So the launch of our new CLAN site seemed like a good opportunity to do it for real.
Johnstons of Elgin sits perched on the banks of the River Lossie nestled deep in Scottish countryside. For over two centuries they have built a reputation as the experts in cashmere and fine woollens