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    Quote Originally Posted by javankrona View Post
    So to understand, or clarify what you have here:
    1. I am assuming that this is an in-pleated, single piece of tartan?
    2. The pleats are formed by the folds you form, leaving an unpleated (or unfolded) width at each end, serving as the apron and under apron?
    What I'm wearing is one piece of tartan, 4 yards long by 55-ish inches wide. I lay it on my bed and pleat the middle, with aprons on either side. Check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R71wNqcRn7k. That's the general idea. However, I prefer Isaac Walter's depiction here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peI1LSpTVVk&t=31s. However, the maple leaf tartan that I have here doesn't have belt loops yet so I pleat it every time I put it on.

    Best,
    Jonathan

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