1 edition of Scottish woollens found in the catalog.
in [s.l.] : The National Association of Scottish Woollen Manufacturers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
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The collection was finally published as a book inunder the title 'Scottish Woollens’. These black and white plates, were an addition to the end of the volume and are illustrate of the main processes used in woollen manufacturing. One of my favourite books in my library is a collection of essays on weaving matters written by the legendary E S “Ned” Harrison, the boss of Johnstons of Elgin on either side of the Second World War.
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Part Science. part history. part literature. The fascinating and erudite essays of Edward S. Harrison were written over a period of 33 years. In the National Association of Scottish Woollen Manufacturers published a book entitled "Scottish Woollens" and the Editor Mr E.S.
Harrison of Johnstons of Elgin wrote the following preface.The Finest Cloth, Distributed Worldwide. Woven in the UK since