100% Hebridean Tweed Cloth
Hand-woven in a traditional herringbone pattern on the Isle of Mull, with Hebridean fleece gathered from the conservation grazing flock at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust site, and shepherded by Agnes Kiemel, the cloth has a wonderful drape and natural lustre which make it perfect for many different items of clothing from skirts, dresses and trousers, to jackets, waistcoats and accessories, whilst also being suitable for upholstery and homewares.
The natural shade is a very dark pitch brown flecked with silver fibres that catch the light. It is this magical colour which always makes me catch my breath with the Hebridean textiles we produce; their ability to appear different under varying light conditions moving from almost black to brown-tinted greys.
Measuring 142cm / 56" wide, the minimum order quantity is 0.5 metre, but we can then cut the fabric to any length you require and different to those shown online. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to order an alternative amount to that shown online and please ensure you have calculated the correct amount when completing checkout as cut lengths are non-refundable.
Due to the weight of the tweed, if you are an international customer requiring more than 3 metres please email us on the address above so we can organise alternative shipping for you.