Scottish Tartans

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  1. Acraig426

    Acraig426 New User

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    Does anyone know where I can find tartan fabric in cotton, as opposed to wool? I'm looking to make myself a t-shirt out of my family's pattern, but I can't find a cotton version anywhere.
     
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  2. forzainter

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    Why don't you just wear a kilt instead of having your tartan on your upper body
     
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  3. Douggo

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    What clan? I'll bet it would be easy if it was Stewart. ;)
     
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  4. Acraig426

    Acraig426 New User

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    ha yeah unfortunately it's not, my surname is "Craig"
     
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  5. coachrick

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    Don't have a direct link to either of these but I've been in stores in Palm Springs, CA and Highlands, NC who deal specifically with tartans. No clue as to fabrics involved. Perhaps a Google is in order?
     
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  6. forzainter

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    to be honest I dont think a tartan t shirt would look that good
     
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  7. Craig Sheppard

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    Don't know about a polo, but a normal button up flannel is fine for the winter when you're just hangin out... imo of course. Doubt I'd do a plaid polo...
     
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