Moreover, Edward could see from the tartans of his captors that they were not of the Clan Ivor.
I cannot get the plaids and tartans and Jacobins and castles and what-not out of my head.
Our similes of beads, tartans, and cards will serve us well enough.
It has manufactures of woollens, such as tartans, carpets, &c.; pop.
Francesca was miserably envious that she had not thought of tartans first.
The tartans were woven in bright colors, forming designs like those at the top of this page.
The origin of the tartans used by the different clans is interesting, especially if illustrated with colored reproductions.
Waverley sprung up, and, with Callum's assistance and instructions, adjusted his tartans in proper costume.
The chief manufactures are those of tartans and other woollens, and of agricultural implements.
The term ‘black’ arose from the dress of this species of militia being composed of tartans of dark colours.