A Christmas Twist on an Old Yarn


Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen:

The Christmas advertising season kicked off in early November so Harris Tweed Hebrides fully appreciate that there may be more than a little festive fatigue. But if you are still looking for that elusive gift, then maybe we can help.

Every product has a story and every brand has an essence. In these regards, Harris Tweed fabric speaks for itself.  One man or woman, one machine (specialised pedal loom), utilising artisan skills to create a robust yet revered fabric in designs which reflect the colours of the Hebridean landscape. Harris Tweed has soul and a provenance going back over 150 years. At Christmas we all like a good story so why not add our noble fabric to your playlist?

Harris Tweed Hebrides may have had a bumper year but don’t worry, we are still very much 'limited edition', with only 130 weavers. Over the past 12 months, the ethics of the fashion fabric industry have come under the microscope. Sometimes, it is because our fellow human beings are employed in terrible labour conditions to produce cheap fabrics. And the treatment of animals to produce the raw materials can also leave a lot to be desired.

So Harris Tweed is proud to be an ethical industry producing a quality, low-impact product under strictly regulated conditions to guarantee its authenticity. Our sheep don’t suffer in the production of virgin wool and farmers now receive a good price for their clip (fleece) and the success of the brand is crucial to our local economy here in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, creating employment for over 200  mill-workers and home weavers.

Explore Our Fabric

 With all that in mind we want to express appreciation for all your past support and encourage you to have a final look at our full Harris Tweed fabric range. Or if you are on the High Street, whether in London or New York, Edinburgh or Tokyo, then please see links below for a few other options…..

 Topman      M&S       Brooks Bros       Tetrad  

 Best wishes from all of at Harris Tweed Hebrides for a happy Christmas and prosperous New Year.


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