Autumn is everyone’s favorite season and for good reason. The temperature cools just enough so you can indulge in cozy fabrics and soft blankets to keep warm. It’s also time for deep colors and rustic neutrals in every tartan you can imagine.
Tartan has been an integral part of Scotland’s history for hundreds of years. More than just a stylish pattern, different tartans also historically represent different Scottish clans and aspects of Scottish history.
When you think of Scotland what comes to mind? One of the first things, after the Loch Ness Monster, is likely kilts and tartan. How did tartan become such an indelible part of Scottish culture and modern knitwear?