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  1. #1
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    18th June 18
    Munich Germany
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    New York in November

    Hello everyone,

    oops, I did it again (to Quote Britney Spears), I made another kilt: This time I used the Tartan New York City. The dominating Colours of this Tartan are blue and green, which I like very much. With 16 oz. weight, this one is definitely for the cooler Season. Again it is hand stitched exept two seams in the lining, but all the rest inkluding the pleating was done by Hand. I made some mistakes, but I am very satisfied.

    This is me in front of a Mirror:
    Vor Spiegel-Klein

    Me again Walking over the Viktualienmarkt - a large Food market in Munich to inaugurate my new kilt. In the Picture I am drinking a glas of hot honey wine.


    And here the kilt layed out on the Floor:
    Kilt New York vorne

    I enjoyed sewing it very much. And I already thought About my next kilt Project.
    I hope you like it too.

    Greetings from Munich

    Michael the Bavarian
    Last edited by Michael the Bavarian; 22nd November 19 at 04:00 AM.

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  3. #2
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    13th June 07
    Hoschton, GA
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    Nice work!

    Very nice work and I really like that tartan. It looks better in your pictures than it does in the tartan registry. Must be my computer.

    "I'm not crazy about reality, but it's still the only place to get a decent meal."
    Grouch Marx

  4. #3
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    13th March 05
    Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (OCONCAN)
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    Nicely done! My wife has a skirt in that tartan.
    "Touch not the cat bot a glove."


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