Edinburgh Tartan

The Edinburgh tartan was designed and registered by the late Hugh Macpherson of Edinburgh in 1970 to mark the Commonwealth Games being held there that year. In more recent times this pattern has provided inspiration for two quite separate patterns named "Dunedin" – in Florida, USA, and New Zealand. "Dunedin" is an alternative (or lyrical) form of Edinburgh used by towns in these countries. Present day usage defines this as a "district" pattern suitable for use by persons having links with the place, or as a memento of their visit.

Edinburgh Tartan

Bright blue and paler green squares with scarlet red and white lines.