The tartan was designed by Mrs Helene Cobb of Clayton, New York and woven in Scotland by Peter MacArthur of Biggar, Scotland. It was registered by Mrs Cobb in 1961. She later presented the tartan to the Thousand Islands Museum in Clayton, New York.
According to the museum the greens represent the cedars along the shore, the blues are for the St Lawrence river, and the red represents the sunset over the islands.
** 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.
K/6 RB4 G4 RB52 SB2 RB2 SB2 RB2 SB2 RB2 SB6 LA4 K20 RB6 G28 K6 R/6 (STA No. 1030)
K/6 MB4 G4 MB28 LB2 MB2 LB2 MB2 LB2 MB2 LB6 LA4 K18 MB6 G25 K6 R/6 (CIDD: 026-08-24439)