The Scottish Register of Tartans

5 December 2020
Home | FAQs | New Tartans | Search the Register | Compare Designs | Register a Tartan | Fees | Amendments | Scottish designers | About Us
 you are in: Keep Calm and Carry On   
 
  Sign Up to the Register

While you can search the Register without having to register and login, you will need to create an account to:

-Register new tartan designs
-Request threadcount information
-Receive notification of all new registered tartan designs and other news updates
-Manage your account details
-Request official amendments
  
 Sign Up
 Log In
 
 

Tartan Details - Keep Calm and Carry On

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Keep Calm and Carry On" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 11761
Designer: Lawson, Margi
Tartan date: 30/03/2017
Registration date: 11 April 2017
Category: Other
Restrictions: Yes. Copyright Margi Lawson, Tartan Manor. Use of this tartan to produce various items, garments, clothing, all manner of products etc, for retail is restricted to Tartan Manor Ltd. No other person or company will have that right.
Weaving is restricted to those approved by Tartan Manor Ltd.

IPR Pending
Registration notes: Created to celebrate the quintessential Britishness of the ‘stiff upper lip’- renowned for remaining resolute and calm in the face of adversity and unsure times. Which was arguably put to its greatest test during WWII. ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ Tartan is designed to praise the Great British tenaciousness of remaining positive during dark times. Black represents uncertain and worrying times and with the power of optimism the blackness turns to a lighter shade of grey. Followed by positive green, symbolising renewal, growth, calm and harmony. Red, white and blue represent the colours of Great Britain. The tartan also pays tribute to the Ministry of Information (MOI - 1939 dissolved in 1946) essential in Great Britain’s Victory during WWII, not to be forgotten. Achieving extraordinary success with their morale boosting public posters across Britain. The poster "Keep Calm and Carry On" was to be used upon invasion, thus never seen by the public. Since then, “Keep Calm and Carry On” has become a popular personal mantra. In an uncertain world with modern-day anxieties people are still drawn to the calming Britishness of this simple message ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’. Making it still so very relevant to our lives today.
Tartan image: Keep Calm and Carry On. Click on this image to see a more detailed version.

Click on the image above to see a more detailed version.

If you would like to request threadcount information for this tartan you must Log In to the site. If you do not have an account, click here to create one.
Note: This tartan was registered in the official Scottish Register of Tartans.
 
Contact Us | Privacy Statement | Terms of Use | Using Our Site | Copyright

National Records of Scotland, H.M. General Register House, 2 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3YY
tel +44 (0) 131 535 1395 email: enquiries@tartanregister.gov.uk.