Tweed here and today:
Lovat Tweed at John Crocket
In the Scottish town of Hawick on the shore of the River Teviot, Lovat Mill, a traditional weaver, is home to the local authorities. The production of the fabric has been carried out since the 17th century with devotion. The rough Tweed keeps warm and is resistant even against wet. In his colour variations he reminds of the landscape of Scotland.