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Scotch Tweed is a small family textiles firm based in the Scottish Borders. Run by Angela with a huge amount of technical and know how support from her Dad, Gerald - they have a wealth of experience in the weaving and textile trade - over 58 years to be exact!!

Their aim is to bring top quality tartan and tweed fabric, along with other Scottish goods and apparel (including Highland Wear) to their customers at the best possible value.

Angela is happy to speak to anyone at anytime in regards to their requirements - if you cannot see what you are looking for on the website give her a call - the number is on the website and is a UK Freephone Number. They are on eBay as and and

To help suppport the podcast Angela has given a 10% discount code for listeners - type in CCCPodcast at checkout anytime.


The Law of Murphy = you will need this as soon as you can't find it or throw it out law.


Caithness Heritage Yarns

Planet Womble or What would Sir David Attenborough Do

A new section talking about being a Steward of your Environment. This week Palm Oil, packaging and Razors.


One place has opened up for the retreat. Cost is £335. Full details on the Ravelry group or email me.


Christmas/Winter Decoration swap on the Caithness Craft Collective Ravelry Group. Posted by 1 December 2018.

Coming Up

Edinburgh Yarn Fest 21-23 March 2019

Me Me Me Section

Breathing Space by Veera Valimaki

Basic Sock by Ann Budd Using Rosedean Ryelands

Juris Mittens by Alexis Winslow

Siren Capelet by Rosie Purnell of Pixel Atlantis using Moel View Bliss

Library Corner - Ian Rankin In a House of Lies

Operation GALCOTCAFC for Angela to do her 24 hour mad CrossFit madness.

Shoppy Section Or PayPal.Me/Caithnesscraft

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