In 1958, Mrs. Odette Catt and Mrs. Ann Woollings designed the Englehart Tartan to celebrate the City of Englehartís 50th anniversary. Mrs. Edith Cole, a local amateur artist, helped the designers by making a series of sketches that resulted in the final colour arrangement.

The dominant colour of the tartan is a dark green representing the forests and farms of the Englehart area.
The colour red represents the role that the railroad played in the development of the area as it served as a lifeline to early settlers,
while blue was added as a tribute to the lakes and sky.
The colour gold was incorporated into the design in celebration of Englehartís golden anniversary.


** 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/28 B4 O18 G/54 (STA No. 849, CIDD: 026-08-21947)
Y/44 B4 R24 G/104 (Tartans)