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Visit Craft in the Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders, as the name suggests, is the region of Scotland located on its border with England. It’s a hilly, rural area that takes up the eastern part of the Southern Uplands and is within easy reach of Scotland’s central belt and the north of England.

The Scottish Borders have been the site of many battles between the Scots and the English. Dotted through the landscape are the ruins of many castles and abbeys, the result of its turbulent history.

There is a long and proud history of textile manufacture in the Scottish Borders that stretches back to the 13th century and which continues today. Tartan, tweed, wool and cashmere produced here are used by some of the world’s top fashion houses.

Craft News for the Scottish Borders

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