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    Well done Jamie.

    Well done Hamish.

    Well done Paul.
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    Everything is already said before. But allow me to repeat it: wonderful tartan, wonderful kilt and Paul's work is top quality!
    Jamie: admiring these photos it appears not understandable that not much more men opt for wearing these beautiful and really 'masculine' garments.
    With your back against the sea, the enemy can come only from three sides.

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    I seem to be a little late to this thread, but never mind. The kilt looks fantastic Jamie and welcome to the PHKOC from me, the proud owner of no. 99. I have to say I was surprised at how particularly well your leather jacket suits the kilt as well.
    Very impressive mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieR View Post
    I seem to be a little late to this thread, but never mind. The kilt looks fantastic Jamie and welcome to the PHKOC from me, the proud owner of no. 99. I have to say I was surprised at how particularly well your leather jacket suits the kilt as well.
    Very impressive mate!
    That one off brown leather jacket from Stillwater kilts is one of my prized bits of kit. I love it so much I bought a black one as well!

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    Over the battle - A diamond in the ash
    Of the ultimate combustion-My panache

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    A beautiful kilt - well done to all.
    Best wishes - Harvey.

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    I am ashamed to say that I have only today come across this thread - three months after Jamie showed us the superb results of Paul's talented endeavours.

    Jamie, I am so utterly delighted that you are the first 'other' to wear my Hamish Bicknell (Personal) tartan, something you do supremely well (as all can see). The praise lavished here by X-Markers is well-deserved and my enthusiastic thanks go to Paul and to you.

    As Jamie and Paul know, this special weave was planned for there to be sufficient for me to have another kilt for myself but not until I learned for certain what my surgeon intended doing with my waistline. I have recently been given his decision and will shortly be contacting Paul. The Kollection is sadly lacking a "Paul Henry" but that situation will be righted by my first kilt purchase/acquisition in four years.

    Congratulations to Paul for all the hard work he so kindly undertook in sourcing the weaver, overseeing the operation and constructing such a beautiful garment for Jamie, and to Jamie himself for his enthusiasm.

    Take care,
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    [B][I][U]No. of Kilts[/U][/I][/B][I]:[/I] 102.[I] [B]"[U][B]Title[/B]"[/U][/B][/I]: Lord Hamish Bicknell, Laird of Lochaber / [B][U][I]Life Member:[/I][/U][/B] The Scottish Tartans Authority / [B][U][I]Life Member:[/I][/U][/B] The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society / [U][I][B]Member:[/B][/I][/U] The Ardbeg Committee / [I][B][U]My NEW Photo Album[/U]: [/B][/I][COLOR=purple]Sadly, and with great regret, it seems my extensive and comprehensive album may now have been lost forever![/COLOR]/


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    Hamish, it's great to see you back on the forum AND planning another kilt! Wonderful news and may you wear it for years of good health.

    Sydnie and Bob
    Proudly Duncan [maternal], MacDonald and MacDaniel [paternal].

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    Ham! Checked this thread to see if there was any word of you and there you are. So good to see you post my friend.
    Ol' Macdonald himself, a proud son of Skye and Cape Breton Island
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    "I'll have a kilt please, a nice hand sewn tartan, 16 ounce Strome. Oh, and a sporran on the side, with a strap please."

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    Indeed it is good to see you back my friend.
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    Ham
    So glad to see you back on the forum. I look forward to seeing the new kilt.

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