A fashion design student at Huddersfield University met the Prince of Wales after winning a national competition.
Eve Cavell was one of 15 students from universities and colleges across the UK to win prizes in the Wool School initiative run by The Campaign for Wool.
The students had to design school jumpers – and the winning submissions were made up and are being sold in stores across Scotland and online until Christmas.
The winning students also met Prince Charles, who is patron of The Campaign for Wool – an industry-led body promoting wool as a natural, sustainable and biodegradable fibre.
Eve’s winning design has found its way onto the shelves at branches of clothing retailer Jigsaw in Glasgow and Edinburgh – as well as Jigsaw’s concessions at branches of John Lewis in the cities.
The contest received more than 100 entries for textile fashion students at 12 collaborating universities.
Retail partners include Jigsaw, Marks & Spencer, Pringle of Scotland, Barbour, Topman and Topshop.