Made in Britain Knitwear

The Well Fashioned list of Made in Britain knitwear.

Alex Gore Brown: Tidmington, Warwickshire

Alex Gore Brown handmakes every item on her range of industrial knitting machines, aiming to create a fresh and innovative but elegant silhouette in each piece.

Ally Bee: Ealing Green, London. @Allybeetweet

With 80% of all their alpaca yarns having been sourced in the UK, Ally Bee offer natural fibre knitwear and have recently been awarded the Butterfly Mark for the brands commitment to fair production standards.

Harley of Scotland: Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. @harleyofscotlnd

Harley of Scotland use only yarn milled in North East Scotland in the production of their timeless classic sweaters.

Johnstons of Elgin: Elgin & Hawick @Johnstons_Elgin

They have 200 years of experience in the textile industry. The result? Beautiful cashmere and wool collections. Johnstons of Elgin offers tours of both their sites. Elgin Mill Tours are available 10am- 3pm Monday- Thursday, 10am- 12 noon Friday. Hawick Mill Tours are available 10:30am-1:30pm Monday to Thursday, 10am on Friday.

& Daughter: Hawick, Scottish Borders @AndDaughterUK

& Daughter produce their items in Hawick in the Borders of Scotland as well as Donegal in Ireland, combining the style and expertise of British and Irish design. Passing from father to daughter, the brand creates simple and elegant knitwear, often using cashmere for the softest feel.