Autumn/Winter 2019

New Colours

Cashmere Colours

From Cashmere and Heritage, to Winter and Denim Marls – and across to Arran – new colours run through the entire collection.

Key new melange colours add further depth and personality – look out for Titanium, Kahlo, Rowan, Oribe Green and Garland. Our new solid colours are Geisha, Goldeneye, Damsel, Sand Rose, Mey, Camel and Calcite.

Each one designed to fuel your creativity.

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Colourful twists

Lamaine Marls

Complete freedom for Lamaine enthusiasts: create your own colour combinations from a palette of 72 Lamaine colours. We’ve suggested fifteen colour marls this season.

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Wool Cashmere Blend


Available in 62 colours, Corrie is a great alternative to 100% cashmere or 100% lamb’s wool for mid-gauge knits. Corrie has the versatility and inherent characteristics of lamb’s wool, giving great structure and definition to stitches. It has good volume, lightness, and a soft cashmere handle.

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Last winter was a spectacular one in Scotland. Vast mountains and glens covered in cleansing snow; a monochrome backdrop against which the natural colours of the land emerged. Subtle changes of tone as the morning sky brought light to the land. Occasional shots of incongruous colour to jolt us from our winter daydream.

This is the atmosphere that underpins our extensive colour offering for Autumn/Winter 2019-20. We’ve also drawn influences from the British artist Basil Beattie, and the work of graphic and textile designer, Ashley Havinden. Their approach to colour pairings, motifs and patterns inspiring melange colours that offer an altogether different energy – one that redefines the way we see colour.

Occasional shots of incongruous colour to jolt us from our winter daydream.


Snow covered ferns and plant life provide inspiration for colour, marls, knit structure and pattern.


Inspired by the graphic works of Ashley Havinden, two tone marls are worked in shots of bright and contrasting colour.