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How to Make Rosette with Scarf/Sash


With the tartan scarves and sashes one of the most common requests we receive is how to make a rosette with the scarf or sash. It can be easy to figure out with a set of directions, and lucky for you we put together a five step guide of how to create one!

Here are the directions you can try for yourself!

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Beast Mode in Scotland!

Marshawn Lynch in Scotland

Being from Seattle, there are few things we love more than watching Seahawks every Sunday.  The season may be over for us for this year, but Marshawn Lynch is still providing some entertaining as we wait until Superbowl LI!

We can’t help but love all the awesome things from Scotland Marshawn was able to experience on his trip there!

Inspired by Beast Mode? We’re here to help!

Inspired by the “warriors” reliving historical scenes, check out our store for your opportunity to pick your own set of historically accurate targes (the shields), basket hilts, and sporrans!

Targe?  Don’t you mean shield?  Check out our Targe page, to see more information on where the name came from!

Also, check out our antique items, where we have a few older items, although maybe not quite as old as the castles Marshawn saw!


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Links we Love

Tartan item - sample scarf and sash

If you have a web site you want to list here, please contact us. We’re quite interested in swapping links with other sites!

Frazier Historical Arms Museum – We are the 4th International location of the British Royal Armouries. We cover 1,000 years of history starting with the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and ending with the Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt in 1910. We have a section on our 3rd floor (British Royal Armouries, USA) that focuses on the Battle of Culloden. In that section we have a life-sized diorama (we call them tableaux) that depict the Battle. All of the weapons in the tableaux are replicas, but the real artifacts are in the cases in each respective gallery, so we do have real swords and shields from that era.

Wicked Tinkers is a fine Scottish bagpipe and drum band. Great web site. . Unique Celtic wedding rings and wedding bands individually handcrafted and Hallmarked in Ireland. – the online source for fine custom knives.

Highland Celtic Leather Scotland- Fine Leather Craftsman.