Scottish noble knit since 1881James C. McGeorge was a visionary who turned his tiny knitting factory in Dumfries into a stately large enterprise in 1881, in which women were employed for the first time. Today, located in a monastery steeped in history, knitting is done on partly historical machines.
Historical device and a lot of manual work
Incidentally, nothing is simply mechanical here: manual work is required everywhere. A discovery of slowness that we were allowed to experience ourselves when our first collection arrived later than agreed: the Scottish humidity slowed down the natural drying process after washing the Cardigans made of new wool and cashmere. The knitwear, carefully made from the best materials, is unrivaled in terms of quality.