Harris Tweed is made from start to finish in the Outer Hebrides. The wool used to make it comes from Cheviot sheep and it’s hand-woven in the islanders’ homes. This rich craft tradition creates a fabric that’s strong and tactile. Marmalade’s warm earthy hue is inspired by the Scottish landscape this fabric comes from.
Design & engineering
Made from 100% wool which is breathable and hypoallergenic.
Extra milling creates a tighter weave and ensures durability.
Yarns are dyed before they are woven, so several shades are blended to achieve the depth of colour.
High Martindale score makes it suitable for upholstery, window dressings and curtains.
Harris Tweed’s localised production minimises carbon footprint and provides sustainable employment.