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County Monaghan - Ancient Colours

County Monaghan - Ancient Colours

Tartan image: McCulloch (Military Colours). tartan registrar.gov.uk

Tartan image: McCulloch (Military Colours). tartan registrar.gov.uk

Tartan Details - Texas Blue Bonnet The colours of the Texas Bluebonnet district tartan owe their selection to the bluebonnet flower, a member of the lupin family, which is widespread in many parts of Texas. The flower changes colour with the passing of time, the 'brim' becoming flecked with wine red.

Tartan Details - Texas Blue Bonnet The colours of the Texas Bluebonnet district tartan owe their selection to the bluebonnet flower, a member of the lupin family, which is widespread in many parts of Texas. The flower changes colour with the passing of time, the 'brim' becoming flecked with wine red.

Tartan image: MacLaren. Click on this image to see a more detailed version.

Tartan image: MacLaren. Click on this image to see a more detailed version.

The best that the 1% of me that is Scottish can do on this Tartan Day (given the 75% that's English that's yelling at me to ignore it): MacAulay Hunting.

The best that the 1% of me that is Scottish can do on this Tartan Day (given the 75% that's English that's yelling at me to ignore it): MacAulay Hunting.

Tait Wedding (Weavers Colours) Tartan by esssw

Tait Wedding (Weavers Colours) Tartan by esssw

MWt  Matheson Hunting (Modern Colours) HE Medium Weight Old & Rare 1xW by HEDGA

MWt Matheson Hunting (Modern Colours) HE Medium Weight Old & Rare 1xW by HEDGA

Tartan image: Graham of Montrose. Click on this image to see a more detailed version.

Tartan image: Graham of Montrose. Click on this image to see a more detailed version.

Matheson Clan - Ancient Colours

Matheson Clan - Ancient Colours

Quigley of Knockcroghery (Hunting). Designed by Michael J. Quigley, Arlington, VA. The Quigley of Knockcroghery (Hunting) tartan is intended to be used and enjoyed by all descendants of Danish O'Coigligh of Knockcroghery (born circa 1650), County Roscommon, Ireland. Although tartan is more often associated with Scotland, there are several examples of modern Irish tartans, and the designer hopes that this tartan will become a source of pride and honour in his family.

Quigley of Knockcroghery (Hunting). Designed by Michael J. Quigley, Arlington, VA. The Quigley of Knockcroghery (Hunting) tartan is intended to be used and enjoyed by all descendants of Danish O'Coigligh of Knockcroghery (born circa 1650), County Roscommon, Ireland. Although tartan is more often associated with Scotland, there are several examples of modern Irish tartans, and the designer hopes that this tartan will become a source of pride and honour in his family.

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