Soft, tactile, breathable, warm, colourful, sustainable, adaptable…
Unusually Harris Tweed wool is dyed before being spun, allowing us to blend a multitude of colours into our yarn. With each thread containing a myriad of different colours, a cloth of great depth and complexity is produced. Just look closely to reveal the true nature of your Harris Tweed.
There are also an extensive catalogue of designs to delve into from an array of Plain Twills and traditional Herringbones to more complex Plaids and all combinations thereof. Harris is also adventurous enough to be woven into contemporary and unconventional patterns and the Harris Tweed Producers continue to explore possibilities with clients with each new season.
Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd is a British company established in 1837 (the year Queen Victoria succeeded to the British Throne) which has been making fine wool fabrics in Yorkshire for 175 years.
All fabrics are manufactured at Moon’s mill in West Yorkshire, England. From bales of raw wool that arrive at our mill from New Zealand, Australia and South Africa to the finished fabric, they control every step of the process including dyeing, blending raw wool fibres, spinning the mélange yarns, weaving and then finishing our beautiful fabrics. This combination of a our rich heritage, creative design flair and uniquely British mill comes together to produce our stunning woolen fabric collections that are in growing demand world-wide.