Frequently Asked Questions

Harris Tweed is a tweed which must, by law, be produced from yarn which is made from 100% pure new wool which has been dyed and spun in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland and woven by hand at homes of local islanders. It is the only fabric in the world to have its own Act of Parliament.

The Harris Tweed Act (1993) enshrines in law that every metre of Harris Tweed will conform to exacting standards and adhere to the legal definition of Harris Tweed. Where you see the Orb mark, you are guaranteed the cloth is authentically produced as outlined by the Act.

Made of 100% pure new wool, Harris Tweed is warm in winter and cool in summer. It resists water and cleans easily as well.

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