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  1. #11
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    Very nice, looks professionally done, you should be proud to wear that with any kilt.

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  3. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Very nice, looks professionally done, you should be proud to wear that with any kilt.
    Thanks google/YouTube supplies some great helpful video of real professionals at the trade.

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    very nice piece

    be careful about trying to correct "mistakes" or learning from the experience:^) That's why I have 13 sporrans now. I'm always trying to get it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzbass View Post
    be careful about trying to correct "mistakes" or learning from the experience:^) That's why I have 13 sporrans now. I'm always trying to get it right.
    Thanks, can always farm the first ones out as the learning continues

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    tea

    Quote Originally Posted by Seagrove59 View Post
    Thanks, can always farm the first ones out as the learning continues
    That's what has happened to some of mine. I'm sending 2 to my wife's nephew this week.

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    That is extremely nice work indeed (and far more adventurous than my first attempt! ) Difficult to see on my current screen, but is it all hand stitched too? Very neat. Congratulations.
    Dduw Bendithia pob Celtiaid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaidd View Post
    That is extremely nice work indeed (and far more adventurous than my first attempt! ) Difficult to see on my current screen, but is it all hand stitched too? Very neat. Congratulations.
    Thanks and yes all hand stitched, got to learn to use a sewing machine, but at my age I find it quite relaxing to put some music on and just hand stitch.

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    Very nicely done

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    Well done indeed!

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    Your sporran is really nice and I like it very much. It Looks much better than my first sporran-attempt.
    Where did you learn how to work with leather?
    Michael the Bavarian

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