This tartan was designed by Patricia Jenkins of The Loomcrofters of Gagetown for the town of Oromocto. It was registered with CIPO in 1974.

The colours, which are taken from the town’s coat of arms, are:

Blue and White to represent the St John and Oromocto Rivers which were used by the Indian people and early settlers,
Red and Gold to symbolise the British and their military influence,
Brown to represent early logging and the shipbuilding industry, and
Black for the early military history and the first families to settle in the area.


** 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/12 T10 R2 K2 W6 LB10 W2 LB40 W2 LB10 W6 T2 Y2 K10 R/12 (Sample from the Mayor of Oromocto)
Y/12 T8 R4 K4 W18 B12 W4 B56 W4 B12 W8 T4 Y4 K12 R/16 (CIDD: 026-08-37439) and
Y/12 K10 R2 K2 W6 LB10 W2 LB40 W2 LB10 W6 K2 Y2 K10 R/12 (STA No. 6987)