The Harris Tweed® Journal

Definition of Harris Tweed®: Part 4

10th August

The Definition of Harris Tweed®: Part 4

Taken from the Harris Tweed Act 1993, Harris Tweed® is a tweed which has been:

“FINISHED in the Outer Hebrides”

Harris Tweed® cloth can only be finished – washed, beaten, dried, steamed, pressed, cropped, stamped – in the Outer Hebrides and nowhere else in the world.

Photograph taken by Alison Johnston

finished harris tweed photograph by alison johnston

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