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popageko's picture

Finished Kilt (post #30971)

Here it is1 My wife didnt believe I made it myself until I showed her the poor stitching inside that is the only proof I have. I have been wearing it, and have gotten an overall great response. Even a few requests to make some for others, hhhmmmmm!

rfresia's picture

(post #30971, reply #1 of 9)

I think it's terrific but I want to see another picture.  Would you mind taking a picture of the kilt not being worn?  The current pictures are a little dark and we want to see every stitch. (almost)  It looks like it fits perfectly!  Congratulations!      rjf

 

popageko's picture

(post #30971, reply #2 of 9)

I would like to get a picture of it alone I just cant get any detail to show up. Will keep trying.

khansb's picture

style (post #30971, reply #7 of 9)

You can check Uk flag new design utility kilt

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Ahsan12's picture

yes (post #30971, reply #8 of 9)

Can check best utility kilt from sport kilt

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zoyaa's picture

Same here (post #30971, reply #9 of 9)

I do like sport kilt and fashion kilt. They both have awesome designs of kilt fashion and utility kilts. 

CarolFresia's picture

(post #30971, reply #3 of 9)

Wow! Looks like a great job--I hope you can post a couple of additional photos with more light (I know, it's hard to do--that's why I don't post any pictures!). If you get into making these for others, be sure to figure your prices fairly--you don't want to cheat yourself. Meanwhile, have you ever seen this site: www.utilikilts.com? In case you ever feel the need to move beyond wool tartan...


Carol

justTISH's picture

(post #30971, reply #4 of 9)

Three Cheers for you!  Humans should never outgrow that wonderful "I made it myself" pride.  Is this your first?  If so, double the cheers and a glass of Laphroaig in your honor.


I'm curious: How did you make a kilt without your wife being aware of the entire process?  I actually have a little room set aside for my weaving, but I still take up major family space for winding the warp and some of the finishing processes.  I can't imagine making a kilt without converting the dining room to a "pleatery."


 

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rfresia's picture

(post #30971, reply #5 of 9)

I wondered about that too!  There are always piles of projects so my husband knows I'm keeping busy.  The pleatery.......good word.      rjf

 

ehBeth's picture

(post #30971, reply #6 of 9)

Congratulations - the pleating looks quite good - oddly, i can see it a bit better on my rinky dink home computer than i could on the 'good' system at work.


Good work!


 


 


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