Plaid to see ya

Hallo there me wee bonnie laddies and lassies.  It’s National Tartan Day.

Is plaid a tartan? Is tartan ever a plaid? Well, those are burning questions, but we are not going to try to answer them here today. Take way too long.

But, what do you say to this?

Tartan did indeed originate in Ireland, and it was then introduced to the then unnamed country of Scotland by the Scots, who moved from Ireland to re-found their ancient kingdom, Dalriada. It was they who gave Scotland its name. Source.

The hat Mrs Farrell made (who is a Grant by the way) surprisingly does not use her clan’s tartan in this new design. She was in a “red” mood, so that’s what we got. Oh, and it’s a texturized (TXFX) design too.

Anyway, without further ado here’s my Blair hat.

Blair hat design. Created by ©Vivian Grant Farrell for Hattingdon®.
Blair hat design. Created by ©Vivian Grant Farrell for Hattingdon®.

Byeeeeeeeeeeeee! Luv luv luv ya’s.

Hattingdon® text black desyrel font.

Updated 9:58 a.m. Sorry! When planes go overhead in Old Louisville it interrupts our internet a few seconds here and there every few minutes or so and it is hell. I mean hell trying to get anything done. Boo hoo!

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