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“Let every man wear his (Hawick) tartan!”

- Sir Walter Scott -


There may not be a tartan designed specifically with you in mind, but with its origins firmly rooted in Border soil,

the Hawick Tartan has been designed to encompass all that represents the past and the present of this ancient Border town,

its men, women and children, and its long history of beautifully made textiles. This is a tartan for every Teri!

Hawick Tartan

“My heart is interwoven with the fabric of this old mill town”

- David Finnie -

Originally launched in 1996, the Hawick Tartan was designed by Robin Deas. Now 21 years later, along with business partner James Sugden, Robin has re-launched this beautiful tartan for all to see, wear and enjoy.

Created to incorporate 7 colours, each of which depicts a piece of Hawicks historical or current day attributes, this fabric tells the proud story of the town and its people. These colours are Royal Blue & Gold from the 1514 flag; Field Green of Hawick Rugby Club; Navy & White for Hawick High School; Red to represent the bloody Battle of Flodden in 1513; and the Dark Green base of the Douglas Tartan to recognise the towns historical connection with the clan.

Bow Tie

Be ready for those formal occasions with a handmade bow tie.

Waistcoat

Wear it with full highland dress, or go

smart-casual with jeans and jacket.

Tie

Keep a little piece of Hawick close to your heart with this beautifully handcrafted tie.

Kilt

Each kilt is expertly hand-pleated by master craftsmen to create deep pleats, resulting in the best drape and flow of any kilt.

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Left to right - Kevin Nicol (Manufacturing Director, Anthony Haines Textiles Ltd), Robin Deas and James Sugden

the place the people the plaid


 the people the plaid

Our Partners

Johnstons of Elgin

Border Brides

Northport

Borders Textile Towerhouse

Balcary House Hotel

Dorwards

Spar, Dickson Street, Hawick

The Wee Shop, Weensland, Hawick

Gilroys, Howgate, Hawick

Bill McLaren Foundation

Elliot Fine Fabrics

Anthony Haines

Hawick Knitwear Ltd

Richardson Printers

Scott Ties & Scarves

Ingles Buchan

Martinshouse Design & Marketing

The very first Hawick Tartan Teddy, named "Teri" and numbered "001", is being raffled to raise funds for two local charities. The Escape Youth Cafe will benefit from half the money raised, with the other half going to support the urgent appeal to raise £300,000 for two-and-a-half-year-old Poppy to have life saving neurosurgery.

These are two very worthy local causes that owner of The Hawick Tartan Company, are very happy to be supporting, and they hope that the local community will get behind them and buy raffle tickets to support these causes.

Tickets are £1 each and are available from local shops displaying the poster. The raffle will be drawn on Monday December 18th, when one lucky ticket owner will become the winner of the first ever Hawick Tartan Teddy.

The Original Hawick Tartan Teddy raising funds for local causes

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