Gold, Khaki & Cream “Glen Check” Wool - $15.00 yd. - pieces
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This plaid pattern might well be called the "Prince of Wales Check" or "Glen Check". A Scottish plaid first popularized by the Countess of Seafield in the 19th century, it was discovered by King Edward the 7th on a hunting trip and made popular by his son Edward the 8th. Thus the nickname Prince of Wales check. Popular for men's suiting it also found its way into ladies wear. It remains popular today.
- This is a Time Traveling fabric. It is light weight with a smooth hand and good drape.
- It is well suited for both Ladies and Men's clothing of many eras such as suits, dresses, skirts, trousers, linings and accessories
- 100% Wool 62 in. wide.
- You can find this sample in the Wool: Worsted & Woolen Specialty Fabrics Swatch Pack.