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    A 3 year old's "Hamish" in DFT




    And his own version:



    16oz Dutch Friendship Tartan child's kilt (with growth options built in) by Bonnie Heather Greene.


    jeff

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    Cute pictures - he is clearly very happy in a kilt!

    Hamish will have to get practising the new variation!
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    I love the personalized version. Great pictures.

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    Now there is a Photo of the Month!!
    Ol' Macdonald himself, a proud son of Skye and Cape Breton Island
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    I second Riverkilt's motion.

    That fellow just gets better looking all the time, and now I will have to get the grandson to do some posing for me.

    Thanks for posting those photos. Give the wee lad our best.
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    jeff: He's a handsome young lad. "His own version" pose does a better job of showing the Dutch Friendship. :-)
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    Does Hamish have a kilt in DFT? If so, we need a side-by-side comparison of all three poses.


    I agree with these pictures being the photo of the month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piperdbh View Post
    Does Hamish have a kilt in DFT? If so, we need a side-by-side comparison of all three poses.


    I agree with these pictures being the photo of the month.
    Actually, in my conversations with Hamish he has said that it is one he wishes he had but does not. To our knowledge Robert Pel (canuck), Ron (Riverkilt), my son Carter and I are the only ones out there on any of the forums. I have to believe there are others, particularly in the Netherlands, maybe as rentals. I know that Josh (norcalpiper) is working on a group buy to get some tartan for several others.

    We may get a chance for a group "Hamish" in a month or two, as my family and I are visiting London for 12 days--me on business for the middle six days, my wife and son and wife's best friend for pleasure. I have exchanged messages with Hamish who has graciously invited us to Bicknell Grange to perhaps view the "Kollection", and have our pictures taken with the maestro himself. As long as he is feeling well we anticipate taking him up on that offer. So keep your eyes posted for the pictures to prove it happened.

    Thanks to all for your kind compliments. He is a good lad, unfortunately the spitting image of me at that age (sans kilt)---does not portend well for his future prospects I fear.

    j

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    Really cool Man. Really cool.
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    Dashing lad you've got there, Jeff! He's adorable! And a very nice tartan, too.
    elim

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