Harris Tweed Isle of Harris

Caberfeidh, Tarbert, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3 3DJ

Type:Arts & Crafts

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Harris Tweed Isle of Harris is a family-run business that specialises in the world-famous cloth known as Harris Tweed®. The family has a rich heritage of weavers that go back generations and are proud to be able to continue the family legacy combining our rich time-honoured craft with modern, contemporary influences. Initially, the family business was weaving and selling tweed lengths, we are now able to offer a large range of Harris Tweed® products such as jackets, handbags, purses, soft furnishings, and many other accessories.

 

 

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