Articles in Kilts

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by Daron Thomas on December 20, 2016
So You Want to Buy a Modern Men's Kilt
by Daron Thomas on December 20, 2016
Now that you have decided to finally make the decision to own your first modern kilt, there are many factors to consider. What type of fabric should you choose?... Read full article
by Matthew Newsome on December 15, 2016
Early History of the Kilt
by Matthew Newsome on December 15, 2016
The kilt . . . an ancient and noble garment . . . remnant of the early Celtic race of Caledonia. ... Read full article
by Patty Inglish on December 15, 2016
Tartan Day April 6 - How To Celebrate The Scottish Holiday!
by Patty Inglish on December 15, 2016
April 6th is National Tartan Day in America and you can celebrate by researching your family history and finding whether you have any Scottish - or Irish - heritage. Both the Irish and the Scottish have tartans. They both have bagpipes as well. ... Read full article
by Matthew Sorrow on December 15, 2016
Choose the Kilt for Yourself
by Matthew Sorrow on December 15, 2016
Buying kilt is a big decision. Kilts are usually worn by men but sometimes also women choose them. Although men is this group which choose kilts mostly.... Read full article
by Matthew Sorrow on December 15, 2016
How To Sew a Kilt - A Short Introduction
by Matthew Sorrow on December 15, 2016
Every real fun of Scottish culture should have at least one kilt in his collection. They are usually being bought in some good stores with that kind of garments. Every real fun of Scottish culture should have at least one kilt in his collection. The... Read full article
by David S Duncan on December 15, 2016
How the Military Saved the Scottish Kilt
by David S Duncan on December 15, 2016
The kilt in its modern form which we all know and love, would not have survived if it were not for the military. ... Read full article
by MARK HUGHES on December 15, 2016
Hands off our kilts: Scots bid to copyright their national dress
by MARK HUGHES on December 15, 2016
To Scotland, it is as important as Parmesan is to Italy and champagne is to France. Now the national dress, the kilt, could soon get the same type of brand protection as its European counterparts.... Read full article
by Duncan MacCalman on December 15, 2016
what are kilts made of ? – Kilt Construction
by Duncan MacCalman on December 15, 2016
The creation of that famous Scottish garment, the clan kilt, is a bit of a mystery to most people outside of Scotland – and for many of those living in Scotland also!... Read full article
by Joanna Walters on December 14, 2016
Fish and clips: the Utah restaurant where waiters carry guns in their kilts
by Joanna Walters on December 14, 2016
The first things you notice are the smell of freshly fried cod and the fact that the men serving it up are wearing kilts. It’s only afterward that you notice the waiters are carrying not just trays of food – but pistols, too.... Read full article
by Hayley on December 14, 2016
Hunting and Camo Kilts
by Hayley on December 14, 2016
Camouflage is a pattern on clothing intended for use when hunting in the wilderness. Made for a variety of climates, the purpose of camouflage is to keep yourself largely invisible to those beings of which you are currently hunting. ... Read full article
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