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  • Ingrid’s Travelogue part 1 – Nan Bield

    Hector hit as I was camping in the Lakes last week just as I was about to go to bed. Having grown up on Orkney I would say it made me feel at home.    Waking the next day, a hike into a high fell was on my mind. After thinking about my last visit […]

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  • Lesley’s Trek to Machu Picchu in aid of Age Scotland

    We are continually inspired by our customers here at Mixter Maxter.  We especially love hearing about your adventures and how our knitwear features.  It helps us develop our products to help you enjoy the outdoors whilst still looking stylish.  It’s really important to us here at the studio that our products have a longevity so […]

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  • Go Go Olive

    Over the past few years I have been following the progress of and stocking the company GoGo Olive who are based in Zimbabwe. This summer I was lucky enough to go out an visit and work with the ladies who make up this inspirational charity.   Set up by founder Julie Hagan “Gogo Olive started […]

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  • Functional design for the everyday

    Looking beyond the colour and patterns found in our knitwear, the raw materials used to create them and the people who put these together, our products have a practical element where they enable you to enjoy the outdoors & an active lifestyle without comprising on style or the environment.  Don’t just take our word for […]

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  • Hawick Knitwear visit

    Here at the Mix Max studio we love throwing ourselves into every opportunity & seeing what comes back!  When we won an opportunity, through Scotland Re-Designed, to work with Hawick knitwear to create a cashmere range we were over joyed at the opportunity if not a little overwhelmed.  Studio wall bursting with ideas, where did we start?  […]

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  • Iceland

    This September I was over the moon to have the opportunity to visit somewhere that had been on my wish list for some time – Iceland. Not only was I keen to experience the extreme landscape, the culture and try the food and drink but I was also interested to find out more about the traditional knitwear.

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