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CONTRIBUTOR: Scottish Library, Edinburgh Central Library
COLLECTION NAME: I F Grant
CREATOR: I F Grant

Harris Tweed was originaly made entirely by hand but now the spinning, dyeing and finishing processes are done in mills. The weaving is still done by crofter-weavers at home, using their own looms. This photograph shows two examples of woven cloth



IDENTIFIER: QZP99_93154_05_05

Find out more about - Isabel Grant


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