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Iona Wool
Isle of Iona
We are an independent yarn maker from the Isle of Iona in the Inner Hebrides. Our range of knit and weaving yarn is made from the collective clip of the island’s flock, which is carefully sorted and graded to retain the best characteristics of the fleece, resulting in a truly sustainable product. Our tweed, woven scarves and blankets are designed in house and made a stone’s throw away by our friends at Ardalanish mill on the Isle of Mull, a wind powered micro-mill running some of the last heritage looms in the country.
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Anna Skea
Morar, Scotland
I am a knitwear designer and maker who works with wool. I believe that the qualities and character of wool give a long lasting garment which is unmatched for warmth and breathability. I love working with colour and I use yarn from a Scottish mill to make hand framed jackets, sweaters and hats. They are fulled to produce soft warm pieces. I live and work in Morar in the northwest highlands of Scotland and after many years of having a shop, I now work from a studio in my garden.
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Olive Pearson Designs
Glasgow
Olive is a designer-maker specialising in luxurious, knitted accessories in merino lambswool and cashmere. Combining traditional techniques with contemporary design she creates slow-fashion heirloom pieces in her signature colours and geometric repeat patterns that play with perceptions. Inspiration comes from all around from manhole covers and zips to architectural details and ripples in the sand. Olive hand-frames everything on a vintage, manual machine in her Glasgow studio enabling her to provide a bespoke service for clients who can commission their own design or order any design and colour combination to create their own unique scarf.
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Collingwood Norris
Scottish Borders
Flora Collingwood-Norris designs and makes ethical knitwear from her studio in Galashiels, using the finest natural fibres. Inspired by colours in Scottish landscapes, her scarves, hats and mitts are designed to uplift your Winter wardrobe. While most designs are made by hand in the studio, some are made at a local mill in very small batches. Helping you to make your knitwear last a lifetime is a passion of Floras, and she has written a book “Visible creative mending for knitwear” to help you learn how to repair the knitwear you already own.
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Candy Coated Accessories
Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
Candy Coated Accessories current collections include luxury knitted lambswool hats, headbands and scarves for you, as well as hot water bottle covers for your home. Each item is exclusively designed by textile designer Fiona Ross in the north east of Scotland in her small but perfectly formed home studio. By combining her skills in machine knitting and sewing, the mixture of modern design and traditional technique complement each other perfectly. Her passion for bright colours and geometric patterns are definitely reflected in all of her products.
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Annie Neill
London
Men’s and ladies’ machine knitted lamb’s wool berets, beanies and gloves. Made in Hawick, Scotland. Men’s and ladies’ cotton socks. Made in England.
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Woolly Originals
Edinburgh
Based in Edinburgh, Woolly Originals uses domestic knitting machines to create bags for crafters and artists to use for their projects and for their tools. The bag designs are based on a range of ideas and inspiration: Scottish wildflowers & trees; organic fruit orchards; Scandinavian & Shetland star motifs; the volcanic landscapes of Iceland; the Scott Monument on Princes Street in Edinburgh; or the trainee women astronauts of the Mercury 13 program!
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K.Moods
Edinburgh
K.Moods is a contemporary Scottish knitwear brand, aimed towards socially conscious and design-led adults who are searching for sustainably produced and locally made textile products; Kathleen creates boldly colourful, knitted unisex fashion, as well as accessories, and vibrant soft furnishings. With K.Moods you will find yourself wrapped in cosy scarves, statement cotton socks, and stand out in the crowd with reversible hats, all from a zero-waste Edinburgh knitwear design studio.
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