Quote Originally Posted by Todd Bradshaw View Post
You can see the pleats a little better in this one. I suppose a box pleat would be easier to build in tweed, but as you can see here, an eight yard knife pleated construction works if done by the right kiltmaker.


The waistcoat my wife made is here:


It's tough to photograph this MM "Peacock" tweed and get the colors accurate. It comes off looking brown in most light, but in reality the yarns are either navy or olive green, with a few orange and a handful of gold colored ones thrown in. No brown yarns at all.

That is a particularly lovely looking ensemble. Lucky man!