All of our products are knitted, linked, and hand-finished by Team Wonky right here in the workshop in Kelso. We all play an important role and strive for the highest quality in every step of production. In this weeks blog post, we’d like to introduce you to Maw Wonky herself!
What’s it all about? Set in the forest of Bowland, Gisburn Forest in Lancashire is home to the Hope Tech Women Enduro. The race, which I never call a race until afterwards, is an inclusive event aimed at encouraging more women to ride their bikes in a fun environment. For…
This year, the Border Wedding Show will be held on Sunday 20th October at Springwood Park in Kelso. For this weeks blog post, we’re highlighting some local businesses who we think would add a little something special to the big day!
As we’re celebrating Wool Week, we’d like to focus this blog post on one of the oldest family-run knitwear businesses in the Borders – William Lockie. Right in the centre of Hawick, this knitwear mill has been running since 1874, mixing advanced technology with traditional hand manufacturing skills to produce garments of the highest quality.
As it’s Wool Week, we are celebrating all things woolly! In this week’s blog post we are taking a look at Lovat Mill – a weaving mill based here in the Scottish Borders, the very birthplace of Tweed itself!
Follow in the footsteps of the notorious Border Reivers along the The Reivers Road – 6 different trails exploring the history of the Scottish Borders. Inspired by the route, we’ve highlighted some of the landmarks you can expect to see along the way.
Located in Thurso, along the North Coast 500 route is the Coo’s Tail Gallery, who stock a wonderful selection of our Wonky Woolies! We’ve just sent another big box of knitwear up to the most northerly town on mainland Scotland. Read a wee bit more about it here…