Established in 1986, and based in Melrose, Scotland, Eribe Knitwear is an award-winning knitwear design house and manufacturer known and much loved for their innovative and contemporary twists on traditional Scottish knitwear.
Eribe use traditional knitting methods, a skills handed down from one generation to the next. What started out as a cottage industry has now gone global, championing traditional Scottish quality craftsmanship with an eclectic and diverse range of knitwear made from natural yarns.
Wool being a natural fibre has unique properties that benefit both the wearer and the environment, keeping you truly warm and cosy! As a planet friendly renewable fibre, it is more durable than synthetic fibres and inherently suitable for reuse and recycling. At the end of it’s life Wool is 100% biodegradable and decomposes releasing nutrients back into the soil.
Sustainability & Ethics
Eribé are committed to a reduced carbon footprint achieved by using Solar panels at their factory, using the best ecological yarns and by the use of eco-friendly packaging made from compostable biodegradable garment bags.
Eribé values all the people involved in their business. Great attention is paid to everyone to ensure the highest standards of ethical production.
What we love about Eribé
We are passionate about this high quality and durable product that is handmade using natural and sustainable processes. Eribé’s contemporary knitwear promotes the benefits of slow sustainable fashion.
Their exciting mix of colours, patterns and soft yarns are a real joy to wear! We love Eribé’s contemporary twist on traditional Scottish knitwear and vibrant colour pallet. Their eclectic collection of iconic knitwear is fresh, joyful and full of character.
Introducing Our Favourite Styles
Mid weight V neck vest inspired by the 1921 Prince of Wales' favourite fairisle v-neck pullover.
Alpine Short Cardigan
Alpine Short Sweater
This cropped sweater features an intricately patterned 8-colour Fairisle yoke on the shoulder only and long, turn-down cuffs.