4th October 10, 07:50 AM
9th October 10, 09:56 AM
i'd say first dibs granted!
Pretty unique....i don't think i even noticed when i saw the pics on fb. Either way...great job!
Inside me is a thin woman screaming to get out. But I can usually shut the b*tch up with chocolate!
9th October 10, 11:05 AM
Reversed or forward, it is a very nice looking kilt. Nicely done.
I agree that it has a formal office look to my eye as well.
"..., and wrote upon it - In memory of our God, our religion, and our freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children...." Alma 46:12
10th October 10, 12:44 AM
Not a bad idea
Reversing the pleats for a left hand drive car, not a bad idea. I won't drive kilted in America for that reason, no problems with the pleats here in Scotland with the right hand drive. Maybe you should patent the idea....
10th October 10, 02:15 PM
Perhaps perplexed would have been more exact - having noticed it, and then checked to make sure, and looked at again and read the messages about it the thought 'Why he do that that way?' remained unanswered, so I just had to ask.
And now I know.
One way to keep the pleats neat when getting into a car is to take a piece of silk, satin, Rayon, Cire - anything slippery, large enough to cover the pleats and wrap it around your rear fairly tightly just before sliding into the seat. When you get out just slide, collecting up the fabric and leaving it in the door pocket handy for next time.
Anne the Pleater
11th October 10, 04:36 PM
Thank you all. Well, it works well for drivers in left-handed cars; OR for passengers in right-handed cars. So UK kilt-wearers can make use of a "reverse-knife" pleated kilts, yes?
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