Fairisle Pattern beanie hat, available in a range of colours with neat Scotland label attached, named after the Isle of Bute.
Bute Beanie- This hat gets its name from the Isle of Bute. It is situated in the Firth of Clyde, just off Scotland's west coast. It is divided into highland and lowland areas by the highland boundary fault. This is a major fault zone which transverses Scotland from Arran on the west coast to Stonehaven on the east. Rothsay is the only town on the island and is linked to the mainland by ferry.
Fairisle Pattern Beanie Hat- This beanie is very stylish featuring an elegant fairisle pattern with large fluffy pom pom. Fairisle is the traditional knitting technique used to create patterns with multiple colours which is named after a tiny island in the north of Scotland. It is 100% soft acrylic with an inner lining made of 180g/m² microfleece making it perfect for winter warmth. View our full range of beanie hats here.
An attractive Scotland label is attached. It features the saltire (St Andrews Cross) in its traditional colours of blue and white.
One size fits most due to stretch to fit design.
Available in a variety of colours, choose from: Bottle/White, Black/White, Red/White, Navy/White or Royal/Red.