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GIFTSHOP: Scottish Tartans Museum – Gift Shop Main Menu


GIFTSHOP: Scottish Tartans Museum - Gift Shop Main Menu


The Scottish Tartans Museum is a non-profit organization funded through gift shop sales. Our gift shop offers a full range of custom Highland dress (kilts, sporrans




Scottish Patterns: Womens Modern National Highland Dress


Scottish Patterns: Womens Modern National Highland Dress


Madras Oregon, USA: Stitchary Par Excellence brings you custom designed Scottish Patterns for men, women, and children of all ages.

Home | Scottish Tartans Authority


Home | Scottish Tartans Authority


Provides a tartan certification service and offers online shopping for Scottish books and mobile phone covers. Directory of associated product links and contact

Tartan Resources: Patterns of the Highland Clans


Tartan Resources: Patterns of the Highland Clans


A collection of primary source material on the subject of Scottish tartans and Highland dress, from the archives of the Scottish Tartans Museum.

Tartan – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Tartan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Tartan is a pattern consisting of criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colours. Tartans originated in woven wool, but now they are made in many

What is a Tartan? | Scottish Tartans | Irish Tartans


What is a Tartan? | Scottish Tartans | Irish Tartans


What is a Tartan? A Tartan design is a pattern of intersecting stripes that run horizontally & vertically through a woven fabric – usually wool.

Where can I find a family tartan pattern for a Scottish kilt


Where can I find a family tartan pattern for a Scottish kilt


Best Answer: I live in Scotland, the site below is useful for finding the tartan you are looking for, not a brilliant site I know but it does the job, remember that

Scottish Clans Tartans Kilts Crests and Gifts


Scottish Clans Tartans Kilts Crests and Gifts


Scotclans, a website dedicated to Scottish Clans , Scottish Tartans and historical information.

Plaid (pattern) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Plaid (pattern) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


A plaid is a pattern consisting of crossed horizontal and vertical bands in two or more colors in woven cloth. Common examples of plaid patterns include: Tartan, the

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