Nope, not as far as I know. They might have been using someone else.
Tweed yarn patterns and weaves aren't generally the intellectual property of any one company. They are craft, not industrial, products.
Thanks for the reply Mauro.
This has actually ended up being a good, informative thread IMO. As a consumer it's good to hear what the view is like from those who are actually in the trenches.
You should try hooking up with the Harris...
Originally Posted by blynch
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