Harris Tweed

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a loosely woven tweed made in the Outer Hebrides

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Whilst new Harris Tweed patterns are developed by the mills and independent producers each year, traditional patterns like herringbone remain popular with it being available in many different colours, as well as the classic black and white.
The Harris Tweed Bowmore sofa and Montrose sofa go together beautifully.
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When Harris Tweed got mugged I was sure it was going to be one of those days," he said.
A five-length winner from Allied Powers at Newbury in April, Harris Tweed (below) struggled in Group company on his next two starts and again back at Newbury on his latest appearance, but he has reportedly been in good form at home.
Harris Tweed has not run since finishing third behind Red Cadeaux in the Yorkshire Cup in May but he can turn the tables on that old adversary with conditions in his favour.
London, Mar 26 ( ANI ): Duchess Kate has reportedly been asked by her father-in-law Prince Charles to promote Harris Tweed.
Given a superbly executed ride by Ryan Moore, the heavily-backed 4-6 favourite was shrewdly held in arrears as Harris Tweed blasted from out of the stalls.
William Haggas looks a trainer to follow at his local meeting, and on Thursday he has two strong chances with Harris Tweed and Approve.
Here's a Harris Poll panel that would be just as effective: Emmylou Harris, Julie Richard Harris, Neil Patrick Harris, Katherine Harris, Harris Barton, a Harris Ranch steak, a Harris tweed sportcoat, Prince Harry, Deborah Harry, Harrah's Casino and Sean Connery, the hairiest James Bond.
The author may describe his art historian hero as "Harrison Ford in Harris tweed," but like young Master Potter, Robert Langdon launches readers into the arcane world of religious symbols, mathematical puzzles, and linguistic codes that are as challenging as a fast game of quiddich.
Ach, well," he said, "there's plenty to see for free," and he proceeded to take me on a detour to view a 2,000-year-old battlement, then past a home where, through the open garage door, we could see a man weaving Harris tweed.
Harris and Lewis, for example, are really one long island divided by a range of inhospitable, boulder-strewn mountains, but they produce the world-renowned Harris tweed, still made by hand on looms in islanders' homes.
com HARRIS TWEED BACKPACK, PS100 As children prepare to return to school after the holidays, make sure they kick off the new semester in style with a trendy Harris Tweed backpack.
The Harris Tweed Bowmore Sofa, from PS1,549, and the Petit Sofa are ideal for the parlour look