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Why Are There Different Weights for Tartan Fabrics?
01 Mar

Why Are There Different Weights for Tartan Fabrics?

Are you making crafts from tartan fabric? Or maybe you are making a pair of tartan trews or a waistcoat and are not sure which fabric to use. Today we are discussing weights of tartan fabric, and which one could be right for you. At Tartan Plus Tweed we have a large range of tartan fabric that is suitable for all your needs. Our wool tartan fabric is available in three different weights, and each weight has a different purpose.

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Kilt Hire for Overseas Weddings at Tartan Plus Tweed
23 Feb

Kilt Hire for Overseas Weddings at Tartan Plus Tweed

Are you getting married overseas? Or maybe you are planning on getting married in Scotland and would like to hire kilt outfits for your wedding? In either case, Tartan Plus Tweed can help! We have helped many brides and grooms by providing kilt hire for them to bring abroad.

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A Day in the Life of a Buyer
30 Jan

A Day in the Life of a Buyer

Christmas has come and gone, and January sales have passed which only means one thing for a shop owner – time to stock some new products! This is one of the more exciting times where we get to fill one of  our many roles as buyers. The end of january is the perfect time for us to go and scout out new products as the Scotland’s Trade Fair comes to Glasgow.

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What to Wear to a Burns Supper
16 Jan

What to Wear to a Burns Supper

The end of January in Scotland marks Burns Night. This day is always celebrated with a Burns supper on or near the 25th of January. Often times they are formal events, but of course they can be casual celebrations amongst friends. Sometimes they are men only, and sometimes they are mixed events that finish the night with a ceilidh. So, deciding what to wear can sometimes be a bit confusing. Most dinners do not require you to wear tartan, but it is so much more fun to join in if you do.

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One Week Until Christmas and We are Talking About Traditions
20 Dec

One Week Until Christmas and We are Talking About Traditions

Before the Reformation of 1560, Christmas in Scotland was celebrated in much the same way it was across Catholic Europe. It involved feasts, games, and gifts. In Scotland, it was called “Yule” which has Pagan roots. The word refers to the mid-winter’s celebration of the winter’s solstice.
This all changed when Oliver Cromwell came to power.

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Two Weeks Until Christmas – Tartan Traditions
12 Dec

Two Weeks Until Christmas – Tartan Traditions

It is only 13 days until Christmas, and we are all starting to get into the Christmas spirit. This is when I start to listen to Christmas songs, and watch Christmas movies. I light my Christmas scented candles from McKelvie Candles, decorate the Christmas tree, and start wrapping everyone’s gifts.

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