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  1. #11
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    I'm sorry Tulloch, Sunday and Monday are my weekend.
    This weekend I have spent hand-stitching kilts for a Pipeband and have not left my house.
    I will respond to your email tomorrow morning.
    Steve Ashton
    www.freedomkilts.com
    Skype (webcam enabled) thewizardofbc
    I wear the kilt because:
    Swish + Swagger = Swoon.

  2. #12
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    Everyone who sent me an email for a lapel pin since Saturday should have received an invoice today.
    Steve Ashton
    www.freedomkilts.com
    Skype (webcam enabled) thewizardofbc
    I wear the kilt because:
    Swish + Swagger = Swoon.

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    Thanks a lot. It went into spam folder. Got it. Sent it. Looking forward to it.

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    My lapel pin arrived today and it is great! I will wear it always at festivals and I will meet many more X-Markers. Thank you!

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    And to avoid losing the pins why not consider lapel pin locking back from Amazon.

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    Are these lapel pins still available?.....If so....how can I get one?.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pn1scott View Post
    Are these lapel pins still available?.....If so....how can I get one?.....
    For the How To, check out Post No 1 of this thread and if Steve is out of them. I would imagine that he would let you know in a return email. Cheers
    Shoot straight you bastards. Don't make a mess of it. Harry (Breaker) Harbord Morant - Bushveldt Carbineers

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  10. #18
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    What size are the pins ? Not belonging to any regiment, I was thinking of using a pair as collar dogs on my No. 1 Dress tunic.

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    What size are they ?

    'cause if thet are not too big, and as I do not belong to any regiment I can wear the badges of, I was thinking of using a pair as collar dogs of my N1 Dress tunic for piping.

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    The diameter of the belt is 15/16". The total length top to bottom is 1 1/8".

    These are the same size as a Clan Crest on a sword shaped kilt pin or mounted in the handle of a Sgian.
    Steve Ashton
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