We’re thrilled to offer for sale a limited quantity of handmade British wool herringbone tweed cushions. The Lleyn and Black Welsh Mountain wool fabric has been hand woven in Hackney on antique looms by the London Cloth Company. As it turns out, London Cloth Company is almost as big a fan of British wool as [...]
From Helsingin Sanomat A tweed suit, a damp autumn day in England, and a hunting trip. No, wait a minute, that’s not it. It is actually a tweed outfit, an absolutely bone-chillingly cold day in Helsinki, and a bicycle ride. Please continue reading HERE.
On Monday Laura and I were down at Savile Row for the first day of Wool Week, part of Prince Charles’ Campaign for Wool. The road was closed off and flocks of Bowmont Merino and Exmoor Horn sheep were brought in to graze on a specially laid pasture! The event was held to highlight the [...]
From The Guardian Some journalists would have you believe that a certain Doctor, recently returned to the BBC, has done wonders to revive the street-cred of tweed. But a bow-tied Matt Smith has done nothing for Harris et al that 400 cyclists in London had not already been planning for months. Please continue reading HERE.
From The Daily Record New Doctor Who Matt Smith has been targeted by Harris Tweed makers to stop the ancient industry being exterminated. Smith, 26, will wear a vintage Harris Tweed jacket as part of his signature costume when he becomes the11th, and youngest, incarnation of the Time Lord. Please continue reading HERE.