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  • Name of Tartan:
    St. Mirren (Corporate)
  • ITI Number: 7745
  • Category: Corporate
  • Designer / Source: MacDonald, Ken
  • Date: August 2008
  • Slog: NKN:RNR
  • Colour Sequence: NKNKNKNKNRNR
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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St. Mirren (Corporate)
  • Notes: Designed by Ken MacDonald of Houston Kilts, Paisley as an addition to his in-house range of tartans, Although called St. Mirren it has no direct connection with the Paisley football team but Houston Kilts will be paying a small royalty to the club for the use of their name. Saint Mirin or Mirren was an Irish monk and missionary (circa 565 - 620 BC) also known as Mirren of Benchor (now called Bangor in Wales) He is the patron saint of the town of Paisley in Scotland and was the founder of a religious community which grew to become Paisley Abbey. His shrine in thje abbey becamea centre of pilgrimage.
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