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    Urgent! Anyone have New Hampshire tartan?

    Hi all,

    I am in desperate need of some 13 oz New Hampshire tartan to make a kilt for our little grandson so that he can look like his Grampa for an event in early October. I totally assumed that the New Hampshire St. Andrew's Society would keep it in stock, but they ran out some time last summer and haven't ordered any more yet. Anyone have two yards double width?? PM me please!!

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    I did see the NH tartan had its own tent at the Loon Mt. Highland Games yesterday, (or under the auspices of the NH St Andrews Society…?

    If someone is there today and they log on maybe they can help out? Just reporting on what i saw yesterday FWIW….

    Hope you find some!

    Notlob

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    Yeh, I talked with them at the NH Highland Games yesterday, and that's how I found out that they didn't have any.
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    The Art of Kiltmaking at http://theartofkiltmaking.com

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    I know someone who just made a mini-kilt in NH tartan. Texted her to see if there is leftover. I will let you know.

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    Sorry. She doesn't have any left.

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    Just found someone who has a couple yards! Going to be getting it next week in time to make my grandson's 4th kilt. Am also going to try to make a teeny Argyle jacket to go with it, so that he really looks like his Grampa.

    Thank you all for offering suggestions. This is the BEST forum!!
    Kiltmaker, piper, and geologist (one of the few, the proud, with brains for rocks....
    Member, Scottish Tartans Authority
    Geology stuff (mostly) at http://people.hamilton.edu/btewksbu
    The Art of Kiltmaking at http://theartofkiltmaking.com

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    Great to see you in NH this past weekend. Looking forward to seeing the kilt when you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tulloch View Post
    Great to see you in NH this past weekend. Looking forward to seeing the kilt when you finish.
    Great seeing you, too! Will post pics of the kilt when it's done (and the Argyle jacket, too, if it turns out well enough to show!!).
    Kiltmaker, piper, and geologist (one of the few, the proud, with brains for rocks....
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    Geology stuff (mostly) at http://people.hamilton.edu/btewksbu
    The Art of Kiltmaking at http://theartofkiltmaking.com

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