Here is my scarf

Here is my scarf (a birthday present from Marita).


Now, ten points to the first person who can name that pattern. (If you’ve already been told, keep your trap shut.)

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10 thoughts on “Here is my scarf”

  1. 1
    John Carney says:

    Well, according to this, it’s not the Bowen tartan, so I have no idea.

  2. 2
    Ren says:

    Scotch Tape!

    Gah. I dunno. Not good with tartan patterns.

    (And 3M uses the Wallace tartan for their Scotch brand, I believe.)

  3. 3
    wish-ga says:

    Dalek plaid?

  4. 4

    In some ways it looks a bit like Hitachi tartan?

  5. 5
    Daniel says:

    Give the man ten points!

    (Just count yourself lucky you got here before AFE)

  6. 6

    I’d like to see that added to with V/Line tartan – both the red and the blue. Red scarf, blue scarf…

    Where did that patch come from, anyway?

  7. 7
    Daniel says:

    The scarf was bought at Village Idiom in Yarraville. The designers got it from a scrapped Hitachi (they’ve previously done stuff with bits of vinyl from old Harris train seats). They say it’s been thoroughly cleaned, so it doesn’t have chewing gum on it!

  8. 8

    Not all Hitachis have chewing gum on the seats!

  9. 9

    … and not all scarves have PTC tartan on them.

    Well done, I want one.

  10. 10
    Anonymous says:

    My clan (crooked nose)fought the Campbell clan (crooked mouth) for hundreds of years. The Hitachi clan must have been peace loving.

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