Our colourful range of herringbone fabric is currently in production.
Available to purchase by the metre from March 2019, our robust tweed is made to endure the rigours of outdoor pursuits but is equally practical in the home.
Small accessories will also be available.
Did you know?
• The tweed pattern is called herringbone due to its visual similarity to the skeleton of a herring fish.
• The pattern dates back to the Roman Empire when the design was evolved to build well reinforced roadways, some of which still survive today.