Tuesday, 20 November 2007

New releases from Pearse'd & Cut

After much pestering from various people Pearse'd & Cut is proud to announce the release of eight additional tartans to our existing kilt range, just in time for the St. Andrew's Day celebrations.

A selected sampling of the now eleven tartans


Kerr


The Black Watch


Royal Stewart


Caledon

The full range stand at present as Black Watch, Caledon, Chattan, Ferguson, Gordon, Kerr, MacAlister, MacDonald of the Isles, MacPhearson, Priest and Royal Stewart.

6 comments:

Caterin Semyorka said...

Oh my...I do like these kilts, only which colour to get? Problems, problems!

emillyorr said...

But of course, MacPhearson. :)

What, no Baird?

*ducks and scampers off*

Edward Pearse, Earl of Primbroke said...

I think I may be missing a joke with the Baird comment, but I can add tartans on request. The Ferguson was a request and I've had two additional ones that I put together that I was asked not to resell (though if other people make up their own texture in the same tartan then they're welcome to).

emillyorr said...

Well, ever decide to do a formal lady's tartan dress, I might consider you asking to muck about with my tartan, but...

...okay. Baird? Puir unlucky souls that they are. They're afflicted with a tartan that, in the right--or wrong--lights is very much fuchsia, deep teal, fog blue and black, in a near buffalo-check width.

Granted, they're not as bad as my ancient, which was narrow orange and yellow, crossed with thick and thin black on cream, but...it's pretty dire.

Edward Pearse, Earl of Primbroke said...

Like these Emilly? I have been known to dabble in women's wear. I should make up the ladies gown versions of the kilts and sell them as well.

As for tartans the bright yellow McLeod tartan still makes me wince.

emillyorr said...

Oh, goodness yes. Not everyone got the best patterns. :)

But indeed, I do remember you made the MacPhearson gown I still have. So yes, at some point, a more formal offering would be tres cool.