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Carolina Tartan

 

The Carolina tartan was designed in 1981 by tartan specialist Peter MacDonald, and has been adopted by legislation as the official state tartan of both North Carolina (in 1991) and South Carolina (in 2002).  Located in the mountains of western North Carolina, we are proud to be able to offer items in the official "Tartan of the Carolinas." 

For more background information on the Carolina tartan, visit www.carolinatartan.com.

 

Sash: $75.00

Made from 11 oz twill weave merino wool. Ancient colors.

11" x 89" with 5" fringe. Stocked item.   Only 5 left in stock.

 

10.5 oz. 100% cotton cloth: $24.00/yd

54" wide, twill weave. Ancient colors.  Special order item.  2 to 4 weeks for delivery.

 

16 oz heavy weight worsted wool: $75/yd

54" wide, twill weave.  Kilting selvedge.

Traditional eighteenth century colors, as pictured at right.  In stock and ready to ship.  Limited availability. 

 

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