POSTS USING TAG 'shetland'

As crocus and daffodils begin to appear and the days last longer, it’s a sure sign that the harsh winter is fading and spring is just around the corner. It’s time for some colour and our S... Read More
Shetland sweaters have arrived at our haberdashery shop!Our Shetland sweaters were so successful last year, so we have added some new colours along with the favourites, and there are more on the way.M... Read More
The colours and textures of autumn in corduroy, shetland and cashmere, for when its still to warm for a coat but chilly enough for a cosy scarf Read More
This is an unusual double-breasted jacket in a shetland tweed. It is a medium blue with a dark blue windowpane check. Nice to show the pattern matching across the ticket and hip pockets Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
Of the two standard lengths of britches, plus-fours are more traditional than plus-twos (the number indicating how many inches below the knee they fall). Four inches gives you more room to move; it is... Read More
The Golden shears for me has been an absolute joy to enter and was totally worth the months of hard work getting it all finished. I was so proud to get through to the final catwalk and was thrilled to... Read More
This double-breasted Prince of Wales jacket is finished, featuring grey horn buttons and some nice pattern matching around the ticket pocket, above Read More
We are delighted to include excerpts from the latest Alain Elkann interview.  Mr Elkann,  a long time friend and kind customer of the bespoke shop, talks to another great champion of craftsm... Read More
I usually use the dry iron on my bench for pressing the parts of the jacket I’m working on, but occasionally I will use the vacuum table outside (pictured here).A dry iron, as the name implies, ... Read More