The Tweedmill Brand
The Tweedmill brand, established since 1971, is renowned for creativity, reliability, and quality.
Situated next to Flint Castle in the historic county of Flintshire, our designs are influenced by the colours and serenity of the surrounding area. With local forests, nature reserves and the River Dee on our doorstep we have been inspired to create a diverse range of products.
Using a selection of woollen compositions, we offer a choice of exquisite throws and interior accessories, that sit beautifully in any home setting.
We also design and manufacture a versatile range of picnic rugs and an extensive collection of stylish & sophisticated accessories for ladies, gents & pets. Here at Tweedmill we love working with wool. It is a beautiful product, that comes from a sustainable renewable source and offers versality, comfort and warmth. From recycling yarn to weaving traditional Tweed, all our products are produced using exceptional craftsmanship and superior skill.
As we say ‘Quality is Woven into us’.
The Tweedmill Brand
We are a UK manufacturer and chose Flint as our base mainly because it is situated on the edge of the River Dee next to a castle which gives us daily inspiration to create stunning textiles. Tweedmill has customers from all over the UK and also from many parts of the world, from Denbigh to Japan. You will see from our blog that our textiles pop up in many magazines and TV dramas and that’s always fun if it’s a TV drama I love to watch. Working with a hand-picked team makes growing the brand and delivering new ideas and products a real joy.
The Tweedmill Team
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Come and see us
Put a hat pin anywhere on the map and you're sure to be near to a Tweedmill product. From the USA to the Far East and everywhere in between, our brand is selling well. We work hard to ensure that our fabrics and designs match current world trends - from funky Tartans to Classical Tweeds. So, the next time you are on your travels, you may see a throw in Tibet, a rug in Rangoon or a scarf in Scarborough.