A tweed with coarse multicolored yarns with nubs that are combined with single-colored yarns to produce a mottled, pebbly effect. Dating back to the 1800s, this classic was named after its birthplace, Donegal County, Ireland, and continues to evoke the spirit of the Emerald Isle.
A plain-weave fabric woven from woollen-spun yarns characterized by a random distribution of brightly coloured flecks or slubs. It was originally produced as a coarse woollen suiting in County Donegal.
Donegal is a former parliamentary constituency represented in DÃ¡il Ã‰ireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas, covering the whole territory of County Donegal in the North-West of Ireland. Elections were held by the single transferable vote method of proportional representation (PR-STV).