The colours are representative of those in the valley through which flows the River Teviot in the Scottish Borders.  The term Teviotdale was used in the past to define an area which was drained by the River Teviot, the River Tweed and their tributaries, and its boundary is similar to Roxburghshire, a historic county in the Southern Uplands of Scotland.  It borders Dumfriesshire to the west, Selkirkshire to the north-west, and Berwickshire to the north.  To the south-east it borders Cumberland and Northumberland in England.  It is named after the Royal Burgh of Roxburgh, a town which declined markedly in the 15th century and is no longer in existence.  The main towns are Jedburgh, Hawick, Kelso and Melrose.

Choose from one of the Teviotdale tartans listed below: