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  • n. A manufacturer of kilts.


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kilt +‎ maker


  • I am going to have to face up to visiting a snooty Edinburgh kiltmaker.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • I went to the kiltmaker we patronize in Blairgowrie, and found him gone.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Howie Nicholsby, an Edinburgh kiltmaker who has dressed stars including Robbie Williams and Lenny Kravitz, worries that the SNP's brand of nationalism may turn Scotland's welcoming, international outlook into a jingoistic, inward-looking one.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Last year, Lisa Marie Presley reportedly commissioned an Edinburgh kiltmaker to create an official Elvis tartan.


  • When the moment comes – probably not this week; they won’t want me pestering them at the weekend – I’ll thread it onto waste yarn and take it in to the Blairgowrie kiltmaker to discuss whether they can sell me a bib-and-collar and perhaps consider construction techniques, if they’re feeling chatty.

    Jean's Knitting


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