Kilt questions

Discussion in 'Scotland' started by ObiMcD, Apr 25, 2001.

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  1. ObiMcD Jedi Master

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    alright, i have a 34 inch waist and intend on making a sash to go over my shoulder and to my back and was wondering how much fabric i'll need. This is for my upcoming fanfilm "the feminine menace"
  2. kahli Jedi Knight

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  3. ObiMcD Jedi Master

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  4. Darth_Balor Jedi Youngling

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    Actually only females should wear a tartan sash. male members of the species however wear a belted plaid.
  5. Phero Jedi Youngling

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    May 21, 2001
    Should ra Burd no be nekit?
  6. ObiMcD Jedi Master

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    But I see all sorts of men in photos and such wearing a tartan sash.
  7. MOTs_Minx Jedi Knight

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    Men wearing tartan sash's?

    Nah...thats fur bent-shots.

    And Phero...LOL...

    You sounded like Frank McAvennie there for a minute ;)
  8. PadawanSDM Jedi Padawan

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    Bent-shots?

    LOL PC at it's finest!
  9. Shara Jedi Padawan

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    I'm planning on just making a wrap skirt with Clan Tartan. If you have a "kilt" or a skirt, can you where a sash of your sept if your sept has a tartan?
  10. MOTs_Minx Jedi Knight

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    Yeah you can.

    People dont wear kilts over here for everyday purposes.

    Usually for weddings, football and rugby internationals and hogmanay.

    Oh, and pipers wear them cuz its their job. LOL

  11. Darth_Balor Jedi Youngling

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    to ObiMcD

    A man wears either a belted plaid or a piper's plaid over the left shoulder. a woman wears a sash over her right shoulder.

    A plaid is very different to a sash.

    It goes over the left shoulder so that the right arm is traditionaly free to use your sword with. :)
  12. ObiMcD Jedi Master

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    Ok, that's all I wanted to know
  13. Shara Jedi Padawan

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    I would like to get a sample, maybe a sash, in my sept tartan. It's not the prettiest tartan, but does anyone know where I can find McCormick tartan?
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