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The Belted Plaid

The Belted Plaid or Féileadhmór  came into use around the latter part of the 16th century.

It consisted of a plain piece of tartan, two yards in width by four to six yards in length.

It has a horizontal seam and small belt loops sewn across the seam at each pattern repeat so it can be conveniently gathered and pleated with a drawstring with as much left at each end to cover the front of the body, overlapping each other. Then belted to keep in place.

The upper part arranged around the upper body for warmth and cover.

The plaid can be let out to become a blanket.

The Belted Plaid

The Belted Plaid or Féileadhmór  came into use around the latter part of the 16th century.

It consisted of a plain piece of tartan, two yards in width by four to six yards in length.

It has a horizontal seam and small belt loops sewn across the seam at each pattern repeat so it can be conveniently gathered and pleated with a drawstring with as much left at each end to cover the front of the body, overlapping each other. Then belted to keep in place.

The upper part arranged around the upper body for warmth and cover.

The plaid can be let out to become a blanket.

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