Fabrics of the Outer Hebrides

The isles of Lewis and Harris make up the Outer Hebrides, found of the west coast of Scotland these islands are famous for the production of Harris Tweed. Or Clo Mhor as it is called in Gaelic, literally translated to mean 'Big cloth.' Much of the Harris Tweed used in our cushions has been woven in the traditional way. The colours are inspired and created by the surrounding landscape, the peat stained streams and heather clad hills.

We have searched these isles to bring you the very finest of textiles with the story of each weaver bound into every unique cushion.