Tweed Stimulation from Harrisons of Edinburgh
We Almost Forgot a Celebration
I was rummaging through my cyber-drawers the other day, chucking out old digital scraps, when I spotted these photos of one of the anniversary tweeds created by dear friends, Harrisons of Edinburgh. Surely I'd celebrated the fact that this fine purveyor of British cloths and linings was 150 this year? I scoured the pages of The Tweed Pig. Apparently not.
So let's raise a glass today. Gentlemen. To Harrisons.
(Have they dropped the Saxon genitive? I'm sure there used to be one.)
There are ten Harrisons anniversary tweeds, several of which come in a large windowpane check like the one shown here. All made from British wool.
Harrisons are part of the Lear Brown and Dunsford group.
Don't Languish in Tweedy's Drawers
Are you one of our family of companies with a celebration imminent? Help us tell the world by giving Tweedy a poke at the right juncture. He's terrible with dates.