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  • 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. There are only five of each design and they are on...
  • 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...
  • Setting up a knitwear company was never my plan



    I thought I would let you know how I began. In 1952 my dad (aged sixteen), found a knitted hat in the bilges of a boat while sailing off the no...
  • Introducing our new collection of fine cotton socks

    Made by Corgi (sock maker to the Royal Family) in the small town of Ammanford in Carmarthenshire in Wales. The fine cotton and nylon mix are be...
  • Sending Wool World Wide

    One aspect of our business that we love are the friendships we have built up over the years with the shop buyers who stock our collection worldw...