Black Scottish National Tartan

The Black Scottish National Tartan is a modern tartan that was created in 1991 by Lochcarron of Scotland to celebrate the Scottish Parliament's return after 300 years of absence. It was designed to represent all of Scotland and the diverse cultures and histories that make up the nation. It is also important to note that "Black Scottish" is not a race, but rather a term used to refer to individuals of Scottish heritage who identify as being of African or Black descent. This group typically includes people of Black African and African-Caribbean ancestry who call Scotland their home. Despite being a relatively small percentage of Scotland's population, the Afro-Scottish (or Black Scottish) community has a rich and diverse cultural heritage that contributes to the tapestry of Scottish identity. The tartan features a striking combination of black, blue, green, and white, with a thin red line running through it.
The history of Scotland is rich and complex, with numerous clans and families playing important roles in shaping the nation's story.
One such clan is the Clan MacGregor, which has a long and often turbulent history. The MacGregors were once one of the most powerful clans in Scotland, but their fortunes took a turn for the worse after they became embroiled in a bitter feud with the Campbell clan. The feud culminated in the MacGregor name being outlawed in the 17th century, and many MacGregors were forced to change their names or flee Scotland altogether. Despite their turbulent history, the MacGregor clan has remained an important part of Scottish culture and identity. The Black Scottish National Tartan was designed to represent all of Scotland, but it also serves as a tribute to the MacGregor clan and its rich history. The tartan has become increasingly popular in recent years and is now used in a variety of different products, including clothing, accessories, and homeware.