From start to finish, this throw has been made on our Victorian machinery - this is only the second time that this has been done since the restoration.
The wool was carded and spun on our ‘Grade A’ listed spinning mule which dates back to 1870, and the throw was woven using our fully restored historic 19th Century Dobcross shuttle loom - these Victorian machines are becoming very rare and produce...
Our Dava Check Throw is inspired by the dramatic views, evergreen trees and dark heather of the Dava Moor in winter.
100% Pure New Wool.
This tweed cushion is based on our Strathspey Tweed, 'Foinaven'. Incorporating a moss green ground with ochre, rust, emerald, burgundy and loden windowpane overchecks.
Based on our Strathspey Tweed 'Farragon', our Farragon cushion features a heather lovat windowpane check, with copper, amber, gold and deep blue decoration.
The colours of the rainbow on our creel and sectional warper.
The creel – the cones of yarn are arranged on the creel in accordance with the pattern of the cloth.
The sectional warper – the yarn threads are wound in sections onto the warping mill to create the warp.