The most famous of all the tweeds.
Harris Tweed is woven in the Outer Hebrides on manual looms in the crofters own homes.
This is the only fabric with its own Act of Parliament
These beautiful tweeds are woven in traditional Yorkshire Mills.
West Yorkshire was once home to countless mills, sadly only a handful now remain
This traditional looking tweed incorporates the red and yellow colours of the County's flag together with a brown stripe to represent the county's farming heritage. This tweed was designed with the help of the Duchess of Northumberland