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    M. A. C. Newsome is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan Tartan View Post
    That is a beautiful tartan. Is it for North Carolina only, or both Carolinas?
    It's the official state tartan for both NC and SC.

    See:
    http://carolinatartan.com/

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    I'm definitely hoping to get one in Carolina myself, though it will be sometime next year, after I return Stateside. To be honest, I intend to make a trip up to the shop, and get myself all sorts of goodies

    Casey

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    Matthew
    After viewing the variations of the tartan on the Carolina Tartan page - I would be very, very interested in the reproduction/weathered Carolina tartan or the Brown Carolina, over the modern... As much as I love the colors, I find the bright blue a little "clashing" for my own eye (travesty, I know!).

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    Hi, Matthew.

    I just wanted to bounce this to see if anything had come of it. For my first good kilt, the Washington State tartan is my first choice. But, as a former Durham, Creedmore, and Fuquay-Varina resident, I am also interested in adding the Carolina tartan to my collection. Is there stock of the Carolina tartan?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimButterfield View Post
    Is there stock of the Carolina tartan?
    I'm not Matt, but I'll answer: no. There was some stock of the previous bolt, but when it sold out, it sold out. I hope the next bolt will be ordered soon, but I think it's dependent on having enough demand from customers to justify the Museum having it woven.
    --dbh

    When given a choice, most people will choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piperdbh View Post
    I'm not Matt, but I'll answer: no. There was some stock of the previous bolt, but when it sold out, it sold out. I hope the next bolt will be ordered soon, but I think it's dependent on having enough demand from customers to justify the Museum having it woven.
    Thanks. In that case, I will just document my interest and hope some more can be made.

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    Gorgeous tartan!

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    I had a client recently order a kilt and plaid in the Carolina tartan, which we are having custom woven for him. When I put the cloth order in, I had them weave some extra material for us to have on hand. Not a full bolt, or even half bolt, but it would be enough for a couple of kilts (depending on the yardage).

    It will be a couple of months before it is ready. I'll announce when it is here, but in the meantime if anyone wants to lay claim to some, let me know.

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