Trendy toddlers model real tartan nappies
Real nappy campaigners have designed their own tartan for the year of Homecoming.
Real nappy campaigners have designed their own tartan to be worn by their babies during Scotland's year of Homecoming.
The fabric, modelled above by trendy toddlers in Perth, has officially been registered as the McNappy.
It is part of a nation-wide drive to encourage parents to use real nappies.
Currently, eight million disposables are sent to landfill in the UK every day.
Sue Terras, of the Perth and Kinross Real Nappy Network, said: "We tried to choose colours that represent the work that we do.
"The pure white is the white cotton fabric and the yellow is the sunshine to dry the nappies.
"We then chose green for the environment, pink for a girl and blue for a boy.
"The tartan is registered as the McNappy tartan so we could very soon see our first kilt. Who knows where we'll go from here."