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How much fabric is required for a Great Kilt?
The Breacan-an-feileadh or Great Kilt (belted plaid) as it is more widely known, is simply a length of light or medium weight tartan fabric, normally measuring between 7 to 9 yards. You can order this from the tartan fabric section. Please note we sell...
How wide is the fabric?
Our fabric widths are as follows: Tartans Reiver 10 oz light weight tartan fabric - 150 centimetres wide (59") Braeriach 13 oz medium weight tartan fabric - 138/140 centimetres wide (54") Strome 16 oz heavy weight tartan fabric - 138/140 centimetres...
How much fabric do I require for a kilt?
The majority of tartan fabrics from stock are woven double width so you will require 3.70 metres for a traditional 8-yard hand sewn made to measure kilt. If the tartan is uncentred i.e. non-matching then we can send you 7.40 single width.  Note...
What is the best way to store my woollen product from Lochcarron of Scotland?
Before caring for your Lochcarron of Scotland product, always check the label for care instructions.  We would recommend keeping your woollen goods away from direct sunlight and heat, in an airtight storage bag. Using a natural moth repellent such...