The official design incorporates five colours to reflect the Scottish flag and elements of the faith, including five white lines for the pillars of Islam.
Dr Azeem Ibrahim, from Glasgow, consulted tartan designers and Islamic scholars to produce the design.
It is intended to “weave the diverse Muslim identity into the fabric of Scotland”, its creator said.
The design (above) will be shown off by politicians at Glasgow City Chambers.
They include SNP MSP Humza Yousaf and deputy Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar MP.
The tartan incorporates blue for the Saltire, green for the colour of Islam, white lines for the five pillars of Islam, six gold lines for the articles of faith and a black square pattern representing the Holy Kabah.
It was milled at DC Dalgleish, of Selkirk, using original production methods on traditional shuttle looms.
Dr Ibrahim recently launched a new think-tank, the Scotland Institute, to look at social issues and the impact of constitutional change.