I used to know these patterns reasonably well as, in the '80s when I started buying traditional clothes, not only were these common patterns (in the old-school stores anyway), but the salesmen knew their names, but it's been three decades between then and now and my memory is all jumbled up on the terms.To my eye, it looks like crows foot.
Found the pic. Noting that they are from that fine haberdashery Old Navy , tweed might be a stretch, but they are wool (at least that's what the website said at the time and they feel like wool) and the pattern is herringbone:Pics or it didn’t happen
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I am not seeing a shop for this Tweedydon, only forum name. What am I missing?Tweed flat caps are far from expensive. Oh, you can go to H&H or Purdey and spend a HUGE amount for a simple cap but you can also check out eBay or etsy and do very well. Or go ask Tweedydon. I'll bet he has some.