Über tweed Stoff
Tweed-Garn erschien in Schottland. Harte Schafe, die Wolle für seine Herstellung. Klassische tweed-Garn ist eine enge no-twist-Garn hat hervorragende thermische Eigenschaften und hohe Haltbarkeit. Dieses Garn war hart und juckend anfühlt.
The tweed fabric is considered to be a part of rich cultural heritage of Great Britain by right. The tweed fabric derives from Scotland. In the middle of the 19th century a merchant from London got a letter from a Scotch textileman with a detailed description about advantages of this fabric.
When the majority of the continental Europeans think about tweed, they mean Harris Tweed. This fabric is coarse-textured and wearproof and sometimes can be called the English tweed. This material is manufactured in many intense colours and is very suitable for warm sports jackets to wear in the country.
Harris Tweed begins with the most virgin wool, whose fibres are blended together in order to get advantages of its unique qualities and characteristics. Although most of the wool is made mainly on the Scottish mainland, at the beginning of summer islanders shear the local sheep.