Prince of Wales cloth

Fabric is combed and carded with the characteristic Scottish designs, small paintings in larger paintings, applied to many variants of fabrics for men's and women's clothing. The paintings have milerighe combinations, with star or pied de poule effect or damier rinds, with thousands of possible variations, in more or less large proportions, in different armours (in sharper canvas, more blurred in batavia). The most used yarns are usually white and black, to which are added sporadic red or other yarns to delimit the large pictures. This results in a very sporty but elegant gray tone, fashioned by the Prince of Wales from which he has been named.