A knee-length garment of wool flannel woven in a myriad of particular plaid designs with clan names and specific colour combinations; the traditional dress of Scottish highlander men, it was adopted in the 19th C as a wider Scottish national symbol.

A rich resource from an immense catalogue for furnishings of all types, kilt fabrics are hardwearing, drape well, look good, are easy to handle in the making and work with almost all other fabrics, from rough cotton to fine silk, from tweed to damask.

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