DESIGN YOUR OWN TARTAN
Whether you are hosting a conference, celebrating an occasion or marking a business/personal milestone…
Designing your own tartan is much more simple and cost-effective than you might think.
Allowing Ingles Buchan to help you design and create your bespoke tartan fabric and products not only invests in authentic tartans woven in Scotland but also supports the rich textile history of our family-owned firm and mill. So why not become part of history and let our master weavers help you to create this unique opportunity to be part of the history and culture of Scotland.
YOUR OWN DESIGN
At Ingles Buchan, we provide a tartan design and weaving service where we can help you with expert advice on how to get your tartan woven.
We will take you through the full process, from designing your Tartan, to registering it with the Scottish Register of Tartan and then on to weaving your design.
HOW ITS MADE
The best quality 100% pure new wool yarn is sourced through dedicated yarn merchants and delivered in the colour ecru.
The yarn is dyed into over 100 different stock colours in Selkirk, from there it’s broken down into cones for each colour ready to weave.
The weaving machines are set up and calibrated for your design and your tartan is then woven.
Here’s How it Works
Simply provide us with your chosen colours and a logo (or we can extract the colours from your logo for you).
Let us create an expertly designed and bespoke tartan pattern for you. This includes registering your authentic tartan with The Scottish National Register of Tartans. You would receive a framed certificate of authenticity which can be sent to you privately or presented at your event.
Decide which of our array of products you would like to have made using your new tartan (eg. Gents ties, lambswool scarves, shawls, table runners, napkins etc.). Based on your requirements, we’ll advise you of how many meters we recommend you commission weaving.
Enjoy showing off your own authentic tartan accessories with each item sporting your own branded header card containing name of tartan, brief history and the fact that it was woven in an historic, family owned mill in Scotland.