Author Archive | Ruth Morris



ROOBEDO is committed to ethical manufacturing. Each and every piece is designed and handcrafted by Ruth, right here in Moulin, Pitlochry in the very heart of Scotland. Supply chain transparency ROOBEDO is committed to working with total transparency, which means Ruth is more than happy to share the story of your purchases – what they’re […]

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Open Studios 2021

What a week! Thank you to everyone who came along to say hello, have a chat, look at my space, ask about my practice and make purchases! Such lovely comments, and feedback, creating new connections and friends. Anyone who didn’t manage to make it, fear not, as I have updated my website to include some […]

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Late summer – loving this warm spell!

The days are shortening, and I’ve noticed longer shadows casting earlier each day. Becky (my whippet) and I have been seeking shade and coolness in Faskally Forest, a couple of miles North of Pitlochry, as temperatures climb into the mid twenties daily. Dunmore Loch is overflowing with water-lilly and giant yellow flag seed pods. You […]

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Perthshire Open Studios

I am part of this fab open studio event, 4th – 12th September, daily 10-5pm. A chance to come and say hello, look around my workspace and have an opportunity to see me at work amongst all the fabric, thread and trims. It is a small space, but with doors at each end there’s lots […]

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Roobedo set of Scots pine cone cushions 2

Scots Pine Cones

Ready for CLOTH#21 and Perthshire open Studios, I have finally developed my new print that has been in my head for such a long time, and I LOVE it! I chose a base of Glenlyon Teal tweed, in a subtle herringbone weave and a linen backing with stripes from salvaged Donald Brothers fabric. The other […]

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Scottish Summer

Hello! With midsummer shortly upon us, I’ve a few new pieces online. Holding onto my Roobedo values of practicality and longevity I’ve used preloved fabrics and you’ll find red gingham Cowl tunics – crisp and cool with handy pocket in the seam.  Also sustainable organic cotton denim, used for oh so comfy peg top trews and the return of the Pinny.  […]

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What a good idea, Libor Mikeska June 2021

What a good idea, by Libor Mikeska

The ‘English Corner’ is a little feature that appears weekly in the Weekend section of the Rhein Neckar Zeitung in Heidelberg (one of the oldest newspapers in Germany), to help readers with their English language skills. Libor Mikeska (from Australia) and two other colleagues (one from Liverpool and one from Canada) have been taking turns […]

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Spring Sprung Summer

Well, what a long winter it was. Spring was a bit late, and now it’s the 1st June and Summer is definitely in the air with record temperatures in Scotland today along with vivid blue skies, swallows swooping and bluebells blooming. I’ve taken delivery of Scottish linen for some cowl tunic tops in old white […]

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Skirt lining damaged


Did you know I am happy to offer a repair service to any Roobedo garments / products? Or maybe you need the style slightly updated or taken in to fit? Fabric, in wear and washing, can stretch / loosen and change fit over time, and it’s amazing what a little bit of TLC can do […]

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