A coarse wool fabric traditionally handwoven in Donegal County, Ireland, the name Donegal tweed is now applied to any fabric that has the same look. Usually in a plain weave, but sometimes a twill, the most common colors are black and white woven to make a heathered earth tone, flecked with colorful slubs.
Uses: Irish walking hats, driving caps, golf knickers, slacks, jackets and skirts, heavier weights for coats
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