Best of British-Made Knitted Accessories Brands
Feeling the chill? Don't worry, we've got you covered with our best British-made knitted accessories brands!
Are you looking for a winter warmers? We have the perfect solution for you! In this article, we bring you a definitive list of British-made knitted accessories brands. From British wool hats to merino gloves, these are all the products you need to choose your winter essentials. So whether you're in the market for a new scarf or hat, or just need a new pair of gloves, we've got you covered.
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Paul James Knitwear
Since 1976, Paul James Knitwear has focused on the art of producing beautifully handcrafted knitwear for prestigious brands and influential boutiques based in the United Kingdom, USA, Europe and Japan.
As one of the UK’s leading knitwear designers, manufacturers, and wholesalers of private label knitwear and white label knitwear, Paul James offers a fully proven solution to delivering quality knitwear and jersey products to retailers across the world.
British knitwear designer Samantha Brooke, Founder of the luxury ‘Waring Brooke’ takes a multi-pronged approach to reducing fashion waste with a vision of the future firmly in mind for creating her knitwear and personalised accessories.
Treat a loved one (or yourself) to a truly bespoke monogrammed luxury headband. Made from luxury extra-fine merino wool. Your initials are made into a pattern throughout the design of the headband to make it truly unique.
A Leicester based knitwear manufacturer that has been producing the finest quality knitwear since 1994. All of Mars Knitwear's products are designed, manufactured, and carefully inspected in-house by their team of experts.
Knitted to perfection and hand-finished by. Mars Knitwear scarves and headwear can be styled in a variety of ways and are made purely from 100% all-natural, thermally insulating wool.
Scottish Textiles Showcase
Specialising in Scottish provenance, the Edinburgh based Scottish Textiles Showcase champions Scottish artisans and wool mills. Their curated collections of accessories are designed and made in Scotland by some of the finest Scottish wool mills and craftspeople.
With an emphasis on sustainable living, and the shop local campaign their products are knitted or woven in natural fibres - cashmere, wool, alpaca, cotton and silk.
Founded by brother and sister, Flora and Joe, Eas Fors produce design-led knitwear on the Isle of Mull using all-natural wool fibres. Their luxurious scarves and shawls are all made using only the highest grade of 100% superfine Scottish lambswool.
Oubas Knitwear is a luxury knitwear label, using yarns of the highest quality, from carefully sourced British and Italian mills. Oubas pieces combine traditional craft methods with contemporary style and pattern. Pieces are either made by hand in Cumbria, or in Scottish knitwear mills.
Made exclusively in the UK, Genevieve Sweeney marries contemporary design with exceptional hand finishes. Indebted to the time-honoured techniques of artisan makers, the brand has reimagined the possibilities of knitwear.
Glencroft was established in the Yorkshire Dales in 1987 with the goal of providing high-quality British country wear and woollen and sheepskin goods. also maintaining their quality British brand, Glencroft.
Their brand was set up to reflect their British and Yorkshire heritage, as well as their close links to Scotland where many of their loyal trade customers are based- many of their materials are Scottish (including Harris Tweed) and they incorporate many Scottish designs into their products.
Robert Mackie Knitwear
Robert Mackie of Scotland, established in 1845, is renowned for quality knitwear. The company has a long history of manufacturing knitted hats, scarves, gloves and garments for ladies, gents and children. Plain, ribs, jacquard and stripes are all available and their extensive range of machinery means they can manufacture a wide variety of products.
The Pattern Guild
The Pattern Guild is a Peckham based design studio founded in 2013 by Amber James and Fergus McDonnell as a collaborative project to explore patterns and textiles. By using the best materials, sourced ethically and sustainably, and method of form follows function, they create designs and knitted accessories that are perfectly suited to their purpose.
Turtle Doves is a Shropshire based company specialising in hand-made recycled cashmere accessories. They use jumpers that have been discarded to make practical and stylish accessories ranging from a unique fingerless glove design to a cosy and versatile wrap and lots more.
Turtle Doves have recently started making beautiful patchwork throws too. They believe passionately in manufacturing in Britain and have worked hard to build a sustainable and ethical business.
Johnstons of Elgin
Johnstons of Elgin manufactures the finest cashmere cloth and knitted accessories from its mills in Hawick and Elgin. They are experts in cashmere & fine woollens, made in Scotland, since 1797.