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 other materials. Wool Tartan is expensive and heavy weight 100%. We are making medium weight Tartan Quality of 20% Wool and 80% Acrylic. Tartan is particularly associated with Scotland. Scottish kilts almost always have tartan patterns. Tartan is often called plaid in the United States, but in Scotland, a plaid is a tartan cloth slung over the shoulder as a kilt accessory, or a plain ordinary blanket such as one would have on a bed. Wool and Acrylic Color matching always is the big challenge. That's why we make the Wool. This mixer look fine as compared to wool.
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Place a cloth measuring tape just above your eyebrows and loosely measure round the circumference of your head. To ensure that the measurement is absolutely correct carefully repeat this procedure two or three times. If your measurement falls between sizes, select the next largest size.
B = Kilt Waist? B = Kilt length ? C = Around Hip ?
Take your body Measurements in Inches without any loosing.
Measurement for Doublet, Prince Charlie Jacket 8 Points in Follow the picture
Doublet AND Prince Charlie Jacket Round Collar ? Round Chest ? Front Length of Coat ? Belly Round Size ? Cuff Round Size ? Sleeve Length ? Back Shoulder ? Back Length of Coat ?
Place a cloth measuring tape just above your eyebrows and loosely measure round the circumference of your head. To ensure that the measurement is absolutely correct carefully repeat this procedure two or three times. If your measurement falls between sizes, select the next largest size. VEST MEASUREMENT
A to B = Back Shoulder? E to F = Top Shoulder to End Bottum Point Length? C to D = Around Waist ?
1.Using a fabric measuring tape, hold measuring tape at front hair line. 2.Follow hairline circumference to base of hairline at nape. continue around head, back up to front starting point. To ensure that the measurement is absolutely correct carefully repeat this procedure two or three times. If your measurement falls between sizes, select the next largest size.
Glengary and Balmoral Hats Measurement Size Chart UK & US hat sizes Refer to the guide below for measurements in centimetres and inches with corresponding UK & US hat
Measurement for Regualr Scottish Kilt Belts International Standard Measurement Size Chart Measurement for Regualr Scottish Kilt Belt wide 2 1/4 inches with Buckle Adjustment Included 2-1/2 inches Our belts are measured from the center bar. The best way to be certain of the perfect size is to measure a belt you have. Hold Kilt in Proper Position and make sure measuremnt For example: if you wear a size 32 order a size 34 belt. The range of fit is about 4 inches. A size 34 will fit down to a 32 and up to size 36. Distance of the belt is about 5 inches.
Pin and popup Closing Belt International Standard Measurement Size Chart Measurement for Pin and popup Closing Belt 1-1/2 inches wide, 2 inches wide or 2.5 inches wide. Depend on the belt style.Belts are measured from Prong to middle belt hole.
Waist Measure around your waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose .
Inseam Measure pants that fit you well. Lay them flat and measure from the crotch to the bottom of the let hem. If you don't have suitable pants, measure from your crotch to your desired pant leg length.
Green Irish Shamrock Die struck Scottish kilt Buckle
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