Designing your own custom ties

Design your own Custom tie and have it made from recycled yarns!

Here at Keltic, we have a dedicated team available to help you create the perfect design for your ties. There are a number of ways for you to do this.

Design a tie

design a tieAlready got an idea in mind?
Our design tool offers a selection of the most popular designs and templates for you to choose from, all you have to do is select the designs you like the look of, choose your colours and add your logo, then select the option to save and send this to us for our team to work with.

Free VisualsWe do offer a free artwork service if you’re not quite sure on a design and need pointing in the right direction. We can provide free visuals to show your ideas. Our team would be happy to discuss whatever ideas you do have, no matter how basic, and offer examples of designs produced previously to give you an idea of what can be achieved.

Our design team are experts at coming up with new designs and will email across your visuals to allow you to share these with your colleagues and fellow members.

Choose ColoursWe have a wide selection of yarn colours, these recycled yarns (made from recycled plastic bottles rather than nasty crude oil like most suppliers’ yarns) are then woven together to create your custom tie design. Below is a selection of our most popular yarn colours, other colours are also available if needed

Choice of WeaveOur recycled yarns are woven on solar-powered looms in our Lancashire mill to create high-quality ties to your design. We are happy to choose the style of weave we feel would best complement your design, alternatively, you can pick your weave from the styles below.

Once you’re happy with your tie design, and decide you’d like to place an order,
you’ll get a free sample to approve before we go ahead and produce your ties.

Some examples of visuals we’ve created for other customers

Tie Visuals
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