This tartan was designeed by Susi Reinink for the Township of Lanark Highlands as one of the town’s
millennium projects. It was registered with the Scottish Tartans Society on the 20th November 1999.
The colours in the sett follow this symbolism:
The fields of agricultural land (brown),
dependent on the township’s many lakes and streams (dark blue),
are surrounded by maple forests (green).
Their foliage turns into bright autumn colours (red and yellow) by October.
Soon winter sets in and the lakes start to freeze over (light blue).
Finally snow (white) covers the township,
so that the granite (grey) of the Great Canadian Shield is only occasionally exposed.
** 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.
LT/8 B16 G40 R8 G4 Y4 G8 LB12 W44 N/8 (STA No. 2637)