The cottage industry that created Harris Tweed has seen a revival in recent years. It is a beautiful, hardwaring cloth.
The traditional cloth is made up of thousands of strands that come together to create the heriingbone pattern.
The image is a section of material showing the strands after weaving on a loom. Each strand had to be individually tied in the correct (often by the matriach of the cottage).
I love the way the chaotic becomes order
Location: Gearrannan, Isle of Lewis, Hebrides, Scotland
Photographer: Craig Williams