A Scottish quilt, also known as a tartan quilt, is a traditional form of bedding that originated in Scotland. It is typically made from wool or a wool blend and features traditional Scottish tartan patterns, which are associated with different Scottish clans. The quilt is usually made up of squares of fabric, each one featuring a different tartan pattern. These squares are then sewn together to create a patchwork design.

Scottish quilts are known for their warmth and durability, making them a popular choice for bedding in colder climates. They are also often used as decorative items and can be hung on walls or used as throws on couches and chairs.