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    Wow. 'Special' doesn't begin to describe that. Stunning, really.

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    I've always been fond of Hamish's tartan, and Paul's execution on your new kilt is absolutely amazing. (I'm a pleated-to-the-stripe guy as well)

    Congratulation to all on your new wearable masterpiece.

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    Looking splendid, Jamie!
    You do both Hamish and his tartan proud!
    Great workmanship by Paul, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan Tartan View Post
    That is a beautiful tartan and kilt. Paul does fantastic work.

    I do have to ask, where did you got that jacket?
    ST

    The jacket was from Heritage of Scotland and I paid a little over $300 for it (delivered). I think it was MacMillian's Son (aka Brooke) who recommended them to me. They had a lot of tweed selections and I appreciated all the jacket options that made their argylls very easy to customize. I already had a very common (yet attractive) lovatt blue tweed jacket and waistcoat and wanted something a little more fun and bright to mix things up. Anyway I am very pleased and would recommend HoS for their jackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacCathmhaoil View Post
    Pairs perfectly with that tweed jacket you acquired not too long ago. I say you and Paul Henry have done Hamish proud!
    I completely agree with this comment and an "Aye" just wouldn't do it.
    Well done to all involved in "the gilding of the peacock"!

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    well, that comes from poor judgement."
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    Excellent. Very nice Kilt, Jamie.

    So what makes you so special, eh? You now have TWO kilts that we can't get our hands on for love nor money!

    I'm only kidding, Jamie, wear it in good health.

    Oh, and welcome to the illustrious PHKOC. You are in grand company.
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    This is very gracious of Hamish. As McMurdo said, if Hamish would share his tartan with anyone, it's fitting that it's you. It's a beautiful kilt and you wear it well, Jamie. By the way, the foxes are looking up your kilt!
    "Touch not the cat bot a glove."

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMurdo View Post
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    Wonderful kilt and excellent review. I can not think of anyone else who would be more suited to having this tartan but you. Of course you wear it well. Congratulations on a wonderful addition to your Kollection.
    Precisely! Congratulations, Jamie! You wear it well, my friend.

    Best wishes,

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    Very lovely kilt Jamie! congrats on acquiring such a fine kilt! lovely colours and fantastic quality. Also as David says above welcome to The PHKOC an eclectic but discerning crowd. Wear it in good health.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macman View Post
    By the way, the foxes are looking up your kilt!
    I hope they can keep a secret!

    Cheers

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