Harris Tweed has a long and unique history in local production and brand protection. The Outer Hebrides has been benefitting from the Orb’s presence for generations.

“The rare character and beauty of HARRIS TWEED is attributable to the fact that it is the only fabric produced in commercial quantities by truly traditional methods anywhere in the world. Hundreds of distinctive patterns developed over the centuries, each unique but unmistakably HARRIS TWEED with its characteristic subtle designs in complex natural shades.” (Harris Tweed Authority)

Uist Wool have collaborated with skilled Harris Tweed weaver Taobh Tuath Tweeds to create a range of stunning cloths that show off the natural beauty of our yarns.

Our Harris Tweeds are woven with Uist Wool yarn. This gives them several unique qualities that really make them stand out. Our yarns are spun from undyed, locally sourced wool with provenance, on heritage machinery giving them a distinct individual character. Taobh Tuath Tweeds uses a heritage Hattersley loom to weave single-width cloth of exemplary quality. We commission very small batches of this exclusive cloth and are very proud that is bears the distinctive Harris Tweed branding.

Manach is Harris Tweed from Uist Wool yarn spun from a blend of soft, bouncy Cheviot from a single croft on Benbecula and wild Hebridean fleece fibres to create this pale grey blend of elegant and subtle herringbone cloth. Ideal for a luxurious garment, light jacket, or stunning soft furnishings.

Manach is a single-width cloth at 75cm wide. Available by the quarter meter, or multiples thereof.

If you order multiples of any quantity of tweed, we will cut these as a single length of cloth.

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Additional information


Cloth weight

350 gsm, Medium-weight Tweed

Cloth width

78cm, Single Width

Cloth quantity/length

Full Meter, Half Meter, Quarter Meter


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