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Across the waters from Scotland, beyond the Isle of Skye lies the barren, rocky Isle of Harris. One hundred and fifty years ago, the islanders created a unique cloth, a tweed entirely woven by hand that was to become famous, known simply as it is today as 'Harris Tweed'.

"100% pure virgin wool, dyed, spun and finished in the Outer Hebrides and woven by hand by the Islanders in their homes on the Islands of Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra"

 - Harris Tweed Herbrides

  • Usable width 150 cm (59 Inches)
  • Dry Clean Only
  • 100% Virgin Wool,(450-500gms)
  • Sold in 1/2 Yard & 1 Yard PRECUT
    • 1/2 Yard: 18" x 60" (46 cm x 150 cm)
    • 1 Yard: 36" x 60" (91 cm x 150 cm)
  • If you need something cut longer than 1 yard, please let us know in the order notes and we will try to see if we can accommodate. There may be times when this is possible, but we have to know first. 

    Labels:

    • Labels are optional and not necessary for personal use, you don't need them on items you are selling either, unless you are advertising that your product is made with Harris Tweed.
    • For items to have a label attached to them they must be made up of a minimum of 50% 'Harris Tweed'.
    • To use the “General Purpose” size labels included, it is recommended that they be used on items that are made up of a piece of 'Harris Tweed' that is at least the size of an A4 (US letter) sheet of paper.
    • For anything smaller than an A4 (US Letter) sheet of paper, it is recommended that you used the smaller “Accessory Label”

    Included in your order:

    • Per ½ Yard cut:  2 General Purpose Labels & 2 Accessory Labels
    • Per 1 Yard cut:  4 General Purpose Labels & 4 Accessory Labels

    Harris Tweed Brand Authority Guidelines:

    TIPS + TRICKS:

    • Fuse cotton woven interfacing (or non-woven light interfacing appropriate for wool) to back side (the slightly shinier side) of the tweed before you cut your pattern pieces. Use a wool setting with steam. Test swatch for pressing times.  Use a pressing cloth to avoid scorching.
    • Use a walking foot and a jeans needle.
    • Avoid using sewing patterns with multiple layers, pleats, and bulky seams.
    • Zigzag cut edges to reduce fraying
    • Do not cut holes for eyelets & grommets if needed for a high stress or weighted area, like straps and handles. 
    • Separate threads to insert rivets, rather than punching holes. 
    • If holes are punched, always use FrayCheck.
    • Be cautious when pushing out corners to prevent holes.

      About Harris Tweed:

      Across the waters from Scotland, beyond the Isle of Skye lies the barren, rocky Isle of Harris. One hundred and fifty years ago, the islanders created a unique cloth, a tweed entirely woven by hand that was to become famous, known simply as it is today as 'Harris Tweed'.

      Originally, the wool was washed in soft peat water, and then coloured with dyes from local plants and moss scraped from the rocks.

      The yarn was woven on a very early type of handloom that had a manually operated shuttle.

      The formation of the 'Harris Tweed Authority' in 1909, ensured that the fabric was not in danger of being imitated, and of inferior quality. They devised the now famous 'Orb' trademark, which appears on every single Harris Tweed item, to prove that it is made from genuine Harris Tweed.

      To this day, Harris Tweed is the only fabric in the world protected by an Act of Parliament. This states that it must be made 'with 100% pure virgin wool, dyed, spun and finished in the Outer Hebrides and woven by hand by the Islanders in their homes on the Islands of Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra'.

      The unique Act is policed by the Harris Tweed Authority, who monitors all fabric on a daily basis. Every 50 metres of fabric is inspected and approved before being stamped by hand with the Orb trademark.

      No other fabric can call itself 'Harris Tweed'.

      It is amazing to think in this mechanised and mass produced world, Harris Tweed is still woven by hand on the Western Isles of Scotland.

      HARRIS TWEED - Authentic Wool Tweed - PRECUT

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      Across the waters from Scotland, beyond the Isle of Skye lies the barren, rocky Isle of Harris. One hundred and fifty years ago, the islanders created a unique cloth, a tweed entirely woven by hand that was to become famous, known simply as it is today as 'Harris Tweed'.

      "100% pure virgin wool, dyed, spun and finished in the Outer Hebrides and woven by hand by the Islanders in their homes on the Islands of Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra"

       - Harris Tweed Herbrides

      • Usable width 150 cm (59 Inches)
      • Dry Clean Only
      • 100% Virgin Wool,(450-500gms)
      • Sold in 1/2 Yard & 1 Yard PRECUT
        • 1/2 Yard: 18" x 60" (46 cm x 150 cm)
        • 1 Yard: 36" x 60" (91 cm x 150 cm)
      • If you need something cut longer than 1 yard, please let us know in the order notes and we will try to see if we can accommodate. There may be times when this is possible, but we have to know first. 

        Labels:

        • Labels are optional and not necessary for personal use, you don't need them on items you are selling either, unless you are advertising that your product is made with Harris Tweed.
        • For items to have a label attached to them they must be made up of a minimum of 50% 'Harris Tweed'.
        • To use the “General Purpose” size labels included, it is recommended that they be used on items that are made up of a piece of 'Harris Tweed' that is at least the size of an A4 (US letter) sheet of paper.
        • For anything smaller than an A4 (US Letter) sheet of paper, it is recommended that you used the smaller “Accessory Label”

        Included in your order:

        • Per ½ Yard cut:  2 General Purpose Labels & 2 Accessory Labels
        • Per 1 Yard cut:  4 General Purpose Labels & 4 Accessory Labels

        Harris Tweed Brand Authority Guidelines:

        TIPS + TRICKS:

        • Fuse cotton woven interfacing (or non-woven light interfacing appropriate for wool) to back side (the slightly shinier side) of the tweed before you cut your pattern pieces. Use a wool setting with steam. Test swatch for pressing times.  Use a pressing cloth to avoid scorching.
        • Use a walking foot and a jeans needle.
        • Avoid using sewing patterns with multiple layers, pleats, and bulky seams.
        • Zigzag cut edges to reduce fraying
        • Do not cut holes for eyelets & grommets if needed for a high stress or weighted area, like straps and handles. 
        • Separate threads to insert rivets, rather than punching holes. 
        • If holes are punched, always use FrayCheck.
        • Be cautious when pushing out corners to prevent holes.

          About Harris Tweed:

          Across the waters from Scotland, beyond the Isle of Skye lies the barren, rocky Isle of Harris. One hundred and fifty years ago, the islanders created a unique cloth, a tweed entirely woven by hand that was to become famous, known simply as it is today as 'Harris Tweed'.

          Originally, the wool was washed in soft peat water, and then coloured with dyes from local plants and moss scraped from the rocks.

          The yarn was woven on a very early type of handloom that had a manually operated shuttle.

          The formation of the 'Harris Tweed Authority' in 1909, ensured that the fabric was not in danger of being imitated, and of inferior quality. They devised the now famous 'Orb' trademark, which appears on every single Harris Tweed item, to prove that it is made from genuine Harris Tweed.

          To this day, Harris Tweed is the only fabric in the world protected by an Act of Parliament. This states that it must be made 'with 100% pure virgin wool, dyed, spun and finished in the Outer Hebrides and woven by hand by the Islanders in their homes on the Islands of Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra'.

          The unique Act is policed by the Harris Tweed Authority, who monitors all fabric on a daily basis. Every 50 metres of fabric is inspected and approved before being stamped by hand with the Orb trademark.

          No other fabric can call itself 'Harris Tweed'.

          It is amazing to think in this mechanised and mass produced world, Harris Tweed is still woven by hand on the Western Isles of Scotland.

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          Nancy

          Beautiful Harris Tweed as always.

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          Michele
          Gorgeous

          I purchased two half yards--one of the turquiose herringone and the other of the orange/green mix. The fabrics are even more vibrant and beautiful in person than online.

          Also got a 1/2 yd of the Rex faux leather in teal to go with the turquoise herringbone and it is a perfect match for the bag I'm making.

          I ordered zippers, hardware and a pattern, as well. My entire order came fast, was carefully packed and shipped and I am delighted with the quality of the items.

          Agree with the other reviewer--especially if you are in the States where it is very difficult to get authentic Harris Tweed. Take the plunge. You won't regret it!

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          Diana A.
          Incredible

          This is the first time I have used Harris Tweed and for sure I will continue. Perfect weight, the 'feel' of this fabric in incredible. Luxurious for sure. Difficult to describe it properly but I can't stop touching it, or looking at it. I used the Purple Blend, and am in Tweed Heaven. The colours are spectacular together. Trust me....you NEED to have this beautiful fabric. Can't wait to work with the others that I bought. Thanks for making this available to us.