This tartan was probably produced by Pik Mills. The other three setts given below have the same name, and the weft sett (STA No. 227) is very similar to the sett pictured above. However, it seems that this second tartan originally had different warp and weft setts, but when these are put together the resulting pattern is just wrong, see below.
** If you intend to weave or otherwise use any of these patterns, please be aware that you may need
the written permission of the designer or producer. This information can be found in the Scottish Register of Tartans.
Y/60 R4 Y4 K10 Y6 TK4 Y6 TK44 Y6 K4 Y/6 (STA No. 1886)
MY/6 K4 MY6 FG14 MY6 FG4 MY4 K10 MY4 R4 MY16 R4 MY/4 x LB/60 R4 LB4 K10 LB6 DT4 LB6 DT44 LB6 K4 LB12 K/4 (STA No. 3056 Dunbarton Warp & Weft)
MY/6 K4 MY6 FG14 MY6 FG4 MY4 K10 MY4 R4 MY16 R4 MY/4 (STA No. 4738 Dunbarton Warp)
LB/60 R4 LB4 K10 LB6 DT4 LB6 DT44 LB6 K4 LB/12 (STA No. 227 Dunbarton Weft)