St Abbs Estate Check Tartan

The St Abbs Estate Check Tartan is a modern tartan that represents the history and legacy of the St Abbs estate in Scotland. The estate is situated on the eastern coast of Berwickshire and was originally owned by the Homes of Wedderburn, a prominent Scottish family. The estate's name comes from the nearby village of St Abbs, which was named after a 7th-century Northumbrian princess, Æbbe of Coldingham. Located on the southeastern coast of Scotland, the village of St Abbs boasts crystal clear waters that are a rarity along the region's coastline, which is usually plagued by silt-laden waters. This unusual natural phenomenon has resulted in St Abbs being home to Britain's very first Voluntary Marine Reserve. The reserve provides habitat protection for various species of marine life that inhabit the local waters, such as kelp forests and seagrass meadows, making it a popular destination for eco-tourists and nature enthusiasts.
The St Abbs Estate Check Tartan, inspired by the picturesque landscape of the region, features a check pattern in shades of blue, green, and white, and is a popular choice for those looking to incorporate a touch of the Scottish coast into their wardrobe. The St Abbs Estate Check Tartan was created to reflect the colors and patterns of the estate's natural surroundings, including the blue of the sea and sky, the green of the rolling hills, and the earthy browns and greys of the rugged coastline. The tartan features a bold check pattern in these colors, with a subtle black line running through the center of each block.