This tartan was designed by the weaver Marie Stella B. Morin as a tartan for the town of Saint-Georges. It was created in 1998 as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations for the town.
Blue represents the French origins of the founders of Saint-George, as well as the fidelity of its population to Quebec.
The crossing of the blue and red recall the contributions of the German, Irish, Scottish, English, American and others in our urban development.
Red represents dynamism, creativity and the solidarity of the population, as well as its fidelity to Canada.
The white and the grey illustrate respectively solidarity and creativity, fundamental characteristics of the regionís culture.
** 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.
B/6 N2 B4 R28 N4 R2 N4 B20 R20 B20 W4 R4 W4 R28 N12 R20 B20 W/4 (STA No. 2595)