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Hi guys,

Over the course of several threads and a couple forums I finally have decided to order a kilt next month.  I'm going to order a Kathy Lare kilt (with the Lamont's permission) a Lamont Modern 16 oz in February in hopes to have it for Scarborough.

Thanks for all the help,
Jim

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I also contacted Kathy a while back and have my eye on some of the same fabric, I wasn't aware that permission need to be granted for this tartan, I thought the only Lamont tartan that permission was needed for was Lamont Heather because it was a Buisness tartan ( Lamont Sporrans)

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I was meaning the Lamonts herebiggrin

After all I don't really have a connection outside of the friendship here.

Jim

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I hear she makes great kilts.  Your choice of Lamont Modern will lead to your next being Lamont Ancient. I did it just the opposite order. I waffle back and forth as to which is my favorite.

send us pictures when you get it.

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" I was meaning the Lamonts here "

Ahhh, I understand now.....it takes me a while to understand the things that I don't understand.....if you can understand that of course. :)
And pics of such a fine thing a requirement .

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I'm not sure I understand but

understanding isn't required...

Jim

-- Edited by Drac on Friday 29th of January 2010 05:18:28 PM

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Kilted Carver wrote:

...it takes me a while to understand the things that I don't understand...




I love it!  What a great statement!  winkconfusewink

 

May I copy it and use it - giving credit where it's due, of course?



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Oh most certainly, although I don't understand why you would... :)

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Kilted Carver wrote:

Oh most certainly, although I don't understand why you would... :)




You will in time...  wink



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While having her order me a sample of Lamont Modern for the mill I asked her to get a piece of Weathered just in caseheadbang.gif

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Sweet!!
If you can, please post pics of the weathered.

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Just got my samples in from Kathy.

The Modern

lochcarronlamontmodern.jpg

I figured while she was getting me a sample of the modern to go ahead and get me one of the weathered.

lochcarronlamontweather.jpg

Jim

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My first kilt is a Lamont modern and I really enjoy wearing it.  Having said that, the weathered is REALLY COOL! 

Mary's husband, Jim, has a kilt in the Lamont weathered and it looks very sharp.  If I ever get another kilt, it will be the weathered.  It will give me a chance to change over to some brown accessories. 

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Luckey wrote:

  If I ever get another kilt, it will be the weathered. 


me thin.ks Luckey is justifying in his mind a 3rd kilt. 1st step of covincing the wifey.biggrin

I have seen several weathered Lamonts and their kilts look nice also  LOL

 



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Knockdow wrote:
me thin.ks Luckey is justifying in his mind a 3rd kilt. 1st step of covincing the wifey.biggrin



Yes, it does have that sort of feel to it doesn't it?   wink



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Luckey wrote:
It will give me a chance to change over to some brown accessories.


Don't forget thisnumber1.gif

 

Looks like he will be softening her up for a bunch of accessories.

 

Jim



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Geez, talk about being transparent.  disbelief  biggrin



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Jim,

Chocolate. Just remember chocolate.

Jim

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Drac wrote:

Jim,

Chocolate. Just remember chocolate.

Jim



(Homer Simpson, drooling): mmmmm, chocolate

 



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Umm, for her Jim.

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Oh, yea, right, I knew that.



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