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  • Say goodbye to our Brushed Shetland Hats

    This is going to be the last year we produce our Brushed Shetland Hats. We have twenty left in stock and when they are gone, they are gone. T...
  • The day I fell in love with wool

    It happened a long time ago on the Hebridean island of Tiree, whilst on holiday. I was nine and there was a jumble sale in a hall along the ...
  • Raw fleece to finished knitwear

    The full AW22 collection has now arrived. Bold colourful diamonds, checks, blocks, spots, stripes, triangles and zigzags. All made from the 1...
  • JG Paris Guide

    I spend 2-3 weeks in Paris every year with work and lived there during a work placement as a student.  Last weekend I took my youngest daught...
  • Spinning a yarn - a beautiful process of great engineering

    We buy all our yarn from Todd and Duncan in Scotland, established in 1867 on the beautiful banks of Loch Leven. They are a world leader in qual...
  • I walk along the island

    Introducing Decca or as her friends call her Jessie, who has photographed art directed and modelled in our latest shoot. Jessie graduated from ...
  • I prefer living in colour

    "I prefer living in colour" David Hockney. Pattern and colour bring such joy. Our small scarves and triangle neckerchiefs are perfect for adding...
  • Celebrating Robert Burns

    Tam o’ Shanter We have been selling Tammys - a large floppy beret with a pompom - historically called bonnets, for over 20 yrs. The name ‘Tam...
  • Making Wool Warm

    When our knitwear first comes off the knitting machines it is far from soft and warm. It’s coarse and scratchy and when you hold i...
  • A Favourite Scarf

    If there is one scarf from my collections that I wear, day after day, year after year, it’s the triangle neckerchief. Small, colourful and wa...
  • Jo Gordon Archive Collection

    This is a limited-edition collection of our most unique scarves from the Jo Gordon archive.  I commissioned my first knit as a teenager: A ...
  • An Ode to Nature

    Our wool starts out as a warm coat for sheep as they wander around a hillside. Occasionally we find a strand of grass or bracken that has gone ...