Corporate & Custom Tartan Designs

Tartan is all about colours and thread counts that make up the ingredients for your design, where we use special dates or incorporated dates in the lines of your tartan to tell your story and inspiration. We start with a base colour, then add your story.

We design custom tartans using key information provided by sports teams, universities, schools, corporate clients, hotel chains, museums, institutions, and retail shops. Once the design is finalized, we can begin weaving your choice of blankets, knee blankets, scarves, and bags using merino and lambswool.

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Over the years, we have teamed up with Château Frontenac, the Heritage Museum, Maligne Lake and many more to create exclusive tartan designs featuring historical dates and brand colours.

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  • Athabasca Glacier

  • Maligne Lake Tartan

  • Saskatchewan Rough Riders

  • Canadian Football League Tartan

    Using the colours of the CFL corporate colours and date of Incorporation for the tartan thread counts.

  • Saskatchewan Rough Riders Tartan

    Blankets, Knee Blankets, Pocket Scarves, Bags, Purses, Hats, Gloves, Skirts and Kilts

  • Sasketchwan Rough Riders Tartan

    Game Day Tartan Wool Products

  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers Tartan

  • Montreal Alouttes

  • Toronto Argos

  • Edmonton Elks

  • BC Lions

  • Hamilton Tiger Cats

  • Design Your Own Tartan

  • Heritage Museum

    The Age of Sail was an era where tall ships ruled the
    waterways, where timber was king and the oceans the highways of the world. Our
    tartan embodies the essence of this era.                                                                                  

    The blues in the background represent the oceans of the
    world, the highways that brought communities together. The green represents the
    mighty forests cut to build these majestic vessels and that became the
    priceless cargo carried to faraway lands. The white represents the sails that
    power the vessels on their journey. The contrasting red denotes the most
    popular of hull colors but also reminds us of the loss of life felt by the
    communities built around the seas.

  • Château Frontenac

    The Château Frontenac is a historic hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The hotel is situated in Old Quebec, within the historic district's Upper Town, on the southern side of Place d'Armes. The Château Frontenac was designed by Bruce Price and was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway company.

  • Maligne Lake

    Maligne Lake is a lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The lake is famed for the colour of its azure water, the surrounding peaks, the three glaciers visible from the lake, and Spirit Island, a frequently and very famously photographed islet.

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