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  • 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...
  • 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 ...
  • The Great Tree

    I walk past this 500-year-old oak tree every day.  It is a Turkey Oak or Quercus Cerris. The trunk of the tree has a circumference of 6.6 metre...
  • What is a Tammy?

    We have been selling Tammys - a large floppy beret with a pompom - historically called bonnets, for over 20 yrs. The name ‘Tammy’ derives from...
  • Step Into The Wild

    The freedom to roam on unfenced land, this is the joy of the Hebrides and Highlands of Scotland. A place to slow down, feed your soul and be a...
  • Creating Depth of Colour

    A sweetie shop for a colour lover, this is the dye lab at the Todd & Duncan spinning mill in Kinross, Scotland where our yarn is spun. We alw...
  • Letting brown trout, pink-footed geese and 35,000 wintering birds thrive

    As a producer of accessories and garments made from natural wool fibre, we care about our natural resource and animal welfare is at the centre of...
  • Don't just think about it, mend it!

    A hole in your favourite scarf, hat, or jumper is no reason to abandon it, mend it!  The diagrams below from the queen of repair, Maureen Goldsw...