This is a modern take on an older colourway and design – the colour combination is wonderful. It's one of my seven chosen tweeds that I also use to make the Dress, the Gilet and the Kimono Jacket. In the old days the colour orange was made using brown onion skins!
If this scarf is not in stock, please still place your order; we'll email a confirmation with an estimated delivery date. The scarf is 2 m long and approximately 23 cm wide. It has a deep fringe and is unlined.
Harris Tweed is the only fabric that is protected by an act of parliament, The Harris Tweed Act 1993. Any cloth that is officially Harris Tweed is woven in a weaver’s shed on the island, and only cloth that is made this way can be given the Harris Tweed trademark “Orb” stamp, which the Harris Tweed Authority gives to every piece of cloth.
LOCH ROAG DESIGNS use tweed from Harris Tweed Hebrides, made locally at the Shawbost Mill which is thirty-one miles from my workshop in Valtos. There are around 170 weavers at present, a neighbour of mine being one.