Crawford Tartan

The Crawford tartan has its roots in the Scottish barony of Crawford in Lanarkshire. The Crawford family was said to have originated in Lanarkshire, where the Clyde River's sandy gravel formed a shallow firm bottom for the river, and the crows wheeled in the empty air over the open heather that stretched away toward the mountains. The family's name became associated with the area, and they eventually acquired the barony of Crawford. The Crawford clan was known for their support of William Wallace during the Scottish Wars of Independence, and Sir Thomas Craufurd of Jordanhill became a member of Lord Darnley's household when he married Mary, Queen of Scots. The clan's motto, "Tutum te robore reddam" (I will give you safety by strength), and crest, a stag's head with a cross crosslet fitchée between the antlers, represent their values of strength and protection. The Crawford tartan, a lowland tartan, was first recorded in the "Vestiarium Scoticum" by the Sobieski brothers in 1842.
The Crawford Tartan is a stunning display of pink, green, and white that captures the essence of the Scottish landscape. The pink stripe represents the heather that covers the Scottish hillsides, while the green stripe symbolizes the moss that grows on the rocky cliffs. The white stripe represents the snow that blankets the Scottish Highlands in the winter. This tartan features bold lines and intricate patterns that will catch the eye and add a touch of sophistication to any outfit.
At Scottish Kilt, we pride ourselves on offering a wide-ranging selection of tartan patterns that cater to all tastes and styles. From kilts and skirts to accessories, our inventory is diverse and inclusive. Our kilts are available in both traditional and modern designs, including the timeless Great Kilt. We understand the importance of authenticity when it comes to Scottish attire, which is why we only use premium tartan fabrics and skilled craftsmanship to create our products. Our commitment to quality ensures that our customers receive genuine Scottish attire that enhances their appearance and imbues them with confidence.