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"The Leverburgh" is an essential long scarf of classic styling, made in handwoven Harris Tweed and lined with Liberty Fabric, carefully designed and handmade in Scotland by LoullyMakes .
Simply select your choice of printed lining from the drop-down menu.
(The example Leverburgh scarves pictured here feature Teal/Red Check with Ciara Teal, Rust Herringbone with Bourton Red, Navy Herringbone with Strawberry Thief Grey and Sage Twill with Donna Leigh Green. )
"Harris Tweed is the most famous fabric in the world and certainly the only one protected by an Act of Parliament Only the skilled craftsmen and women of the Outer Hebrides know how to make it and, by law only they are allowed to do so. Its design and production methods provide weights, colours and infinite patterns of cloth perfectly suited to the demands of today's fashion and furnishings for both traditional and designer ranges. These skills of hand and eye that weave the strands together have been inherited over many generations and can only be found in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland"
"A modern masterpiece of production, Tana Lawn™ cotton is the perfect canvas to display Liberty Fabrics' most iconic prints. This is a cotton that behaves like silk – ultra-fine, with a fluid hand-feel and intense depth of colour that is truly unmatchable. An everyday marvel of a dress material, Tana is soft yet durable, cooling yet warming, and even machine washable."
Inspired by time spent in the exhilarating Western Isles, here I have combined iconic Harris Tweeds with beautiful modern tartans and printed art fabrics, into an evocative capsule collection. Mix and match with other pieces from LoullyMakes' "Hebridean Collection" to complete your own unique ensemble !
Approx 145cm x 23cm
*(Med Gift Wrap option)
ACTUAL COLOURS MAY VARY.
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This is due to computer monitors displaying colours differently, differences of natural and artificial lighting affecting photography and also due to differences in individual eyesight.