Medium weight (13oz) 100% pure new wool, woven with a kilting edge in single width. Macinally

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Minimum order 0.5m. Enter your e-mail address and receive information about promotions & discounts. Before 1860 fabrics were colored using animal and vegetable dyes. MacMurchy MacMaurice Walter was originally a Germanic forename derived from "walt" (meaning "rule") and "heri" (meaning "army"). Our privacy policy. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. This produced the softer colors typical of the Ancient plaids. A medium weight worsted wool with a large sett, smooth finish, and tuck-in selvedge; widely used for kilts, home furnishings etc. Meldrum This pure New Wool Tartan is mainly blue in colour. Lenny MacGilbert MacKinlay One thing to remember if you are ordering your plaid to match an existing kilt or accessory is that although the sett and colors are the same, there can be a slight difference in color from one mill to the next. Yule. Watson is therefore a contraction of the fuller form Walterson, a name still in common use. Minimum order 0.5m. What makes a Weathered tartan and where did Hunting and Dress come from? You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. A massive array of clan, district & Irish mediumweight tartans to choose from. Durable, traditional, and woven in the Scottish Highlands to the highest of standards. The design appears to be based on the Gordon and Hunting MacRae. Donleavy Before 1860 fabrics were colored using animal and vegetable dyes. Risk MacNuyer

Harperson Macgreusich MacAuslan Gibb Converted prices are advisory, at today's rates. Some mills refer to the Weathered tartans as Muted. The Watson tartan was designed and manufactured during 1950 for the use of the Clan Watson Society. Excellent value UK-woven heavy-weight tartan. Watson means literally ‘son of … Delivering Internationally Despite Covid-19. Spittel The Scots do like to bend the rules and occasionally instead of white thread, yellow is used and this is where the rather wild MacLeod Dress Modern and Barclay Dress Modern came from. High quality bespoke products are available for all our fabrics. Yuille Rusk This is purely down to yarn dying so if you need an exact match we suggest you order a swatch to double check. Shop for the perfect clan watson tartan gift from our wide selection of designs, or create your own personalized gifts. Twill Weave range. MacCammon The traditional shuttle loom finish means that a hem may be required for kiltmaking. Spittal If you plan to wear your kilt on a very hot day, a medium weight material will suit you very well.

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Our stock system requires that we sell and price items in metres. The Ancient colourway displays light soft tones. MacMaster One discount per item, best discount applies. Strome Select range. This weight is also good for skirts, and handbags. Cousland To check the material. Watson means literally ‘son of Walter’, a personal name taken from the Old German word ‘walter’ meaning mighty warrior.

Watson Ancient Medium Weight Tartan is suitable for Mens Kilts, Trousers and Ladies Skirts. MacWattie Shop Watson plaid fabric, clothing and accessories and discover their history. Minimum order 0.5m.

The Hunting Tartans are the camouflage plaids and some clans don't have these variations because they are already predominantly green or brown and don't need amendment to blend in with nature's colors. Macindoe MacCubbin Dove Braeriach Standard range. It was founded by a William Riggs but in 1670 a James Watson bought the house and lands. MacAusIand A heavy worsted wool, hardwearing with a slightly rough and ridged finish, hardy and long-lasting, ideal for a traditional 8 yard hand made heirloom kilt, though with a tuck-in selvedge; woven by a top Scottish mill, this specialist range of rarer tartans has a very large sett; their ancient shades in this fabric range are typically pale and subdued, which some may prefer. Clan Watson is an armigerous clan which means that the clan, family or name is registered with the Court of the Lord Lyon, but does not currently have a chief recognised by the Lyon Court.