Loch Broom Worsted Wool Tweed
Since 1984, we have followed a tradition in Scotland for designing and manufacturing natural and sustainable cloth. Our designs are inspired by the landscape and seasons in Scotland, which provide the greatest colour palette for design. ANTA Lowland Tweed is woven exclusively from British wool in Scotland.
Unlike fur and leather, wool is harvested from the animal annually, which means it is a renewable resource. Wool is also biodegradable, breathable and a natural insulator and sound proofer, allowing for air circulation and warmth.
ANTA Worsted Wool Tweed is an upholstery cloth woven in Scotland. With a rub count of 40,000 it is a hardwearing cloth that is suitable for domestic and commercial applications; upholstery, curtains and fabric walling. It is a soft tweed and the yarn is dyed before weaving, ensuring the vibrancy of the colour in the fabric.
Fabric Width 137cm