8 Yard Kilts – Traditional Scottish


From the tartan mill to your doorstep, our 8 yard kilts are 100% Scottish made with love and passion.

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Our Story

A custom kilt.

A journey through Scotland.

Milled in Keith, measured in Perth and made in the Scottish Borders. Scotland's best on offer for the best kilt on offer.

Care and detail in every kilt

A tried and tested process that celebrates the tradition of made in Scotland

Scotland made

100% pure wool yarn is died and woven into the finest 13oz tartan in the world

Custom fit

Each kilt is custom made to your sizes for the perfect fit.

Quality throughout

From the wool to the dye, the metalwork to the leather - always quality, always made in Scotland.

Triple checked

Measure twice, cut once. Every kilt is checked by hand throughout the process.


An ideally weighted kilt

that hangs perfectly

Kilts can be made from more or less material but 8 yards is the traditional length. The end result, when made with a medium weight tartan (13oz), is perfect for every occasion.

A journey through Scotland

Our artisans have sourced the finest expertise across the country to create the best possible kilt and a complete Scottish product,



Fabric is milled in Keith in the Scottish Highlands


From House of Edgar headquarters in Perth all of the tartan design is completed and final checks are done before the kilt is shipped.


The woven tartan is finished in Galashiels in the Scottish Borders.
Within the scenic Scottish Highlands lies a traditional textile mill in Keith, where the fabrics are skilfully woven.
Perth is where everything starts and finishes. All tartan design is carried out here and all kilts checked and finished before sending out to you
Once woven, the fabric is finished in Galashiels, in the Scottish Borders.


The House of Edgar

Based in Perth, Scotland, The House of Edgar is Scotland's leading kilt maker, tailor and tartan designer. Their commitment to sourcing in Scotland is second to none, even weaving the fabrics used in their products.