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    Hybrid Xkilt

    Quick question

    How would you hybrid a Xkilt?

    I am thinking it will be strips of the base and tartan material....

    Just curious before I start cutting

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    This is one I can try to answer. When I made mine it was a matter of planning and math. Math primarily due to seam allowances. I did all the inner pleat surfaces in tartan and all outer surfaces in solid color. Here is the link to the thread I started and used when I was asking for advice:

    http://www.xmarksthescot.com/forum/f...-needed-91721/

    Mine ended up being not just a hybrid in material but also a hybrid of traditional/contemporary/X-Kilt.

    I hope this helps.

    Stoff

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    Thank you so much, I was scouring the site looking for information - looking now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoff View Post

    http://www.xmarksthescot.com/forum/f...-needed-91721/

    Mine ended up being not just a hybrid in material but also a hybrid of traditional/contemporary/X-Kilt.

    I hope this helps.

    Stoff
    Stoff, you did an excellent job with your kilt. Excellent photos!

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