Cashmere is at the heart of our collection. We have one of the largest cashmere colour ranges available, offering classic, archive and directional colours. It is a distinguished and exciting collection to work with.
Our 2/28Nm Cashmere colour card is an extensive range of melange and solid shades. It has its own unique colour-handwriting, influencing the mood and direction of the T&D collection. This versatile palette is updated each season with new directional colours. Multiply for all gauges.
A special collection of cashmere colours created to celebrate Todd & Duncan’s 150th anniversary in 2017. Inspired by the colour archives at T&D, these rare Scottish melange colours are developed using traditional techniques. Each individual colour has a unique heathered character creating a special palette of colours to knit on the fine gauge and multiply.
Our new group of six pretty summer melanges. Fresh light and textural in character they are uncomplicated, versatile and easy to wear.
An exclusive collection of cashmere Denim colours launched in 2014, these unique Denim melanges are now a staple in the cashmere colour offering, and with a new injection of colour each summer are ideal companions to the classic Cashmere palette.
Updated each season, this small directional edit of Denim Marls is made with the Denim colours twisted with a shot of new season colour. Knit on the 12 gauge or multiplied for an even marl effect.
Updated each winter season, this small directional edit of Denim Twists is a heavier count to compliment the Denim Marls. Made using multi-ends of Denim and twisted with a new season colour, these intriguing colour options are endless. Ideal for mid gauge knits.
An extensive collection of directional two-colour cashmere marls, presented in three colour stories for SS2020 - The Contrasts, The Brights, The Tonals. New colour suggestions are proposed each season to illustrate the breadth of shades that can be created.
Arran is all about colour. It showcases the new season cashmere colours twisted together to create new and unexpected colours with a tweedy character. Suggestions presented are in close and contrasting multi-coloured combinations. Knit on mid gauge and multiply for heavy gauge.