Our Tweed and Wool
We source most of our tweeds and wool fabrics from British manufacturers ranging from the heights of the Scottish hills, to the valleys of the Yorkshire Dales, using British raw wool.
Dyeing, Drying and Blending
The bales of raw wool are scoured, cleaned and combed to provide the best quality raw wool. The base wool threads are then dyed, using the finest dyes, in large vats to produce individual base colours.
The moist wool is then dried using a mixture of spin and tumble drying processes, it is then separated and weighed and then proportioned out into carefully selected base colours.
These individual base colours are then intermingled together to produce the rich complex colour palettes seen in our completed fabrics.
Rather than single dyed yarns, these blends together create a multiple of unique rich colours and textures which closely resemble the tones and hues of our landscapes reflected in each individual design.