Smart hand woven tweed scarves in Herdwick or Castleblue tweed.
The Herdwick tweed is made from writer and farmer James Rebanks’ flock of Herdwick sheep from his farm Racy Ghyll in the Lake District. The lining is Merchant and Mills Woolsey Goodnight Wool/Linen. This navy cloth has two layers of linen/wool which are invisibly stitched together. This helps to trap air between the layers, which in turn keeps you very toasty. James receives 10% profit on all items we make from his wool. This means he is paid a fair price.
The Castle Blue tweed is from our flock of Castlemilk Moorits, Bluefaced Leicesters and crossbred Castleblue sheep. This is a smart looking scarf in a beautiful fawn colour that is lovely and soft.
The tweed is hand woven by in Scotland by Woven in the Bone and the scarf is handmade in the Lake District by Sally Cowell.
We currently have the Racy Ghyll Herdwick in Basket Weave and Herringbone.
The Castleblue scarves are lined in cotton but you can pre-order this in the navy wool lining if you prefer.