Available in: Lightweight, Mediumweight, Heavyweight
Registration notes: Sett from the William Wilson and Sons, Bannockburn 1819 Key Pattern Book. This is the same as MacLeod of Skye with the addition of a black guard to the red. The pattern books of the weavers, Wilson's of Bannockburn, provide a definitive source for the Baillie tartan. Wilson supplied the MacLeods, the MacKenzies and the Campbells with variations of the basic 'Black Watch' regimental sett. A Baillie tartan is mentioned by Telford Dunbar in his 1962 'History of Highland Dress' when he states that it appeared in William Wilson's stock list of 1800.