Scottish Borders textile guide


Lochcarron of Scotland
Border textile manufacturers are still the centre of an international network, importing the finest raw materials from far wildernesses, and exporting finished clothes to fashion capitals of the world, like Milan, New York, Paris, London and Tokyo.  Here is your explorer’s guide to the unique and diverse men’s, women’s and childrenswear manufactured in the Borders.


Eribe (Knitwear)
Roam (Knitwear)        


Barrie (Cashmere)
Cozyknits (Knitwear) 
Hawick Cashmere Company, Trinity Mills 
House of Cheviot (Hosiery), Galalaw Business Park   
Johnstons of Elgin (Knitwear), Eastfield Mills 
Peter Scott 
Pringle of Scotland
Queene and Belle (Cashmere), Bonchester Bridge
Scott & Charters (Knitwear), Fairhurst Drive                  
Simply Cashmere, West End Studio                              
The Scarf Company (Knitwear), Burnfoot                    
William Lockie (Cashmere), Drumlanrig Square             


Andrea Harkness (Weaving)     


Jedburgh Woollen Mill                                                 


Clothing By Design (Weaving)                                      


Holland & Sherry (Weaving), Venlaw Road                  
Robert Noble (Weaving), March Street Mills                 


Jo Storie (Knitwear)                                                      


A Elliot (Weaving), Forest Mill                                     
Anthony Haines (Weaving), Linglie Mill            
DC Dalgliesh (Weaving), Dunsdale Mill                          
Lochcarron (Weaving), Waverley Mill                            
Lyle & Scott (Knitwear), Ettrick Riverside                    

St Boswells

Kate Samphier (Knitwear)                                           

Shopping Delights Await

Kelso farmers market

Whether you are searching for the finest food, unique fashion or quality crafts - you will be spoilt for choice and find excellent value for money, with a genuine warm welcome and helpful, friendly advice.


Find out more about some of the specialist retailers in the region by following the links below:

Arts and crafts
Food and drink
Garden Centres


Click on Shop Local to get a flavour of the treats that lie in store for you when visiting each of the Borders towns.