Glen Check

Glen Check patterns are a form of district check patterns. This pattern is typically made up of many different patterns, such as Hound’s Tooth or Broken check in contrast with checked areas of dark and light stripes. This pattern is usually made up of darker, more subtle colours as it is used frequently in suiting fabrics. It is also known as Prince of Wales Check.

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Kelly Mitchell

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