Chester

Living with wool

  • Aberdeen

    Aberdeen

    Aberdeen

  • Brighton

    Brighton

    Brighton

  • Chester

    Chester

    Chester

  • Cleveland

    Cleveland

    Cleveland

  • Cornwall

    Cornwall

    Cornwall

  • Country

    Country

    Country

  • Dingle

    Dingle

    Dingle

  • Dundee

    Dundee

    Dundee

  • Rosehill

    Rosehill

    Rosehill

  • Somerset

    Somerset

    Somerset

  • Wales

    Wales

    Wales

  • Wells

    Wells

    Wells

  • Willow

    Willow

    Willow

  • York

    York

    York

CHESTER shows what wool can do. Wool can be shorn, spun, woven and rolled to create a hard-wearing fabric with a warm natural feel.

The patterns and colours derive from the Scottish Highlands, redolent of log fires, whisky and moorland: a large window pane check, Gingham in three colours and two large complex checks reminiscent of classic tartans; and also, of course, herringbone and mottled plain.

Two chenille qualities provide a strong contrast to the loden cloth: they are soft and have an ornamental texture.