"The print of the fabric is a very traditional pattern and the most popular tartan ever woven. Although it isn't a legitimate tartan it replicates the Royal House of Stewart tartan and is Queen Elizabeth II's personal tartan. It is now also known as a universal tartan and can be worn by anyone who does not have a clan tartan." —Bryn Kittle
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Bryn Kittle: Bryn has a fascination with architecture and a serious a’Greece'iation for the detail put into historical buildings. Historic castles are her favorite. That feeling of living in a new re’Italy when you walk through a Medieval castle is hard to top! For Bryn, there is something mystical about castles and she hopes to visit as Ger'many as she can in the years to come!
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