Our embroidered Saskatchewan Coat of Arms represents the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan is located in the prairie region of Canada and is Canada’s “sunniest” province. With strong agricultural and service-based sector importance, Saskatchewan has a significant impact on Canada’s economy.
Size – approximately 2.6″/6.7cm x 3.1″/7.8cm (width x height)
Available as sew on, iron on, adhesive, or velcro
Precise computer-generated embroidery
Attach to clothes, bags, hats, etc.
Saskatchewan averages around 2,000 to 2,5000 hours of sunshine each year and is also referred to as Canada’s breadbasket due to producing 28 percent of Canada’s grain and over 54 percent of its wheat crop. It is Canada’s leading exporter of the potash fertilizer, and the land is also rich in other minerals such as uranium, coal, oil, and natural gas. Saskatchewan has a rich history with the fortune of having some of the strongest remaining First Nations and Metis communities in Canada.
By 1905, when Saskatchewan became a province, it had become an extremely diverse and multicultural place where dozens of languages were spoken.
Situated within a white merrow frame against a yellow background are two major elements. The first, at the top part of the shield, is a lion passant or leopard to represent England. The second major element is three gold sheaves of wheat on a green embroidered background to represent Saskatchewan’s important agriculture contribution to Canada, which has become a generalized symbol of the province.
Our versatile design options allow you to sew on, iron on, glue, or velcro these Embroidered Coat of Arms to anything you’d like. Show your honored heritage of Saskatchewan and wear the Saskatchewan Coat of Arms proudly!