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    A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I have learned that Marton Mills has some extra X Marks Tartan fabric left over from our last order.
    This fabric is in P/V or a 65% Polyester/35% Rayon blend.
    Its weight is 12 oz per linear yard, 54" wide.
    It is machine washable and has a teflon coating to resist spills.
    This fabric is a mix with some having a Kilt selvedge and some a fringed selvedge.

    This is a truly once in a lifetime chance to order some X Marks Tartan. Make your own kilt, cover your sofa, hang curtains in your man cave. Whatever.

    If I can get enough of you to commit to this fabric I can get it at a very reasonable price.

    $12.00cdn (approx $11.88usd) per yard for the fringed selvedge.
    or
    $13.00cdn(approx $12.87usd) per yard for the kilt selvedge.

    Shipping will depend on where you live.

    Please email me at steve@xmarksthescot.com if you are interested. I will be collecting names for the next 21 days. If enough are interested I will place the order. If not, after the deadline, this fabric will no longer be available at this price.
    Steve Ashton
    Forum Owner

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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Sent an email... I'm probably not going to make any more PV kilts until Springtime - it's turning into wool season here in Minnesota.
    But I know I want to grab up some XMarks tartan while the grabbing's good.

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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Would it be OK to make seat cushions for my boat?

    I have just barely got my mind wrapped around the idea that I should just wear my family tartan only. I have allowed Black Watch into the house because it is my wife's favorite and it is a universal sett.

    I would like to have "some" Xmarks, but I want to do something respectful with it.

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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Hello Steve,
    I would love to order 5 yards of the selvedge. That should be enough to cover my mistakes. Thanks for making it available. By the way, I love the Xmark cap badge you sent. I'll use PayPal for the yardage just like the badge.
    Thanks again,
    Ron
    Scotland is only 1/5 the size of Montana, but Scotland has over 3,000 castles and Montana has none.

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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Steve, I'm guessing it would 4-5 yards to make an 8 yard kilt (I'm a big guy). How much would it cost to have it made up?
    Animo non astutia

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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Email sent, awaiting reply from Steve
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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    McFarkus,

    I hope you can understand that while I am the owner of both X Marks and Freedom Kilts I must keep the two totally seperate. I am offering this fabric in my capacity as the owner of X Marks. This is our forum's Tartan. The sale of this fabric is different than my making you a kilt from it.

    Please email Freedom Kilts for a quote on making a kilt. steve@freedomkilts.com
    Steve Ashton
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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Got my request in!!

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    Re: A great opportunity to have a kilt in "Our" Tartan.

    Email sent.... many thanks
    "Greater understanding properly leads to an increasing sense of responsibility, and not to arrogance."

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