World’s first ‘kosher tartan’ for Scottish Jews created after 300-year wait

29 Mar 2016

From the IB Times:

After a 300-year-wait, Scottish Jews have their own officially registered plaid in distinctive tones of navy and burgundy. The kosher non wool-linen abides by shatnez – the Jewish law prohibiting the mixture of wool and linen in clothing.

Religious experts and tartan authorities came up with the design that included Jewish values and Scottish history. The tartan is registered with the Scottish National Register of Tartan in the name of the Jewish Community of Scotland.

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