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Wrap and Wear a Great Kilt
This is not meant to be a "study", only a practical guide.
Kilt (preferably 60" wide, any length 3 yards or longer) Belt
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|Lay belt on floor with the inside facing up.|
|Lay the kilt material over the belt with the belt towards the "bottom" of the material. The bottom of the kilt is supposed to bisect your kneecap. The belt is obviously at waist level, so keep that in mind when placing it.|
|Pleat the kilt from the middle outwards to both sides by gathering the material into folds. You need only pleat it from belt-level down to the bottom.|
|The pleated Kilt.|
Lie down on the kilt with your legs "hanging off" of the
The bottom of the kilt should bisect the kneecap.
Take one side of the kilt and pull it across your body
until it rests on the outside of your opposite leg.
If pleats pull out in the process. Don't be concerned.
Pull the other side of the kilt over the top of the first
(as in step 6).
|Make the belt's final adjustment to waist-level.|
|Fasten the belt.|
| The Kilt
Mantra: "It bisects the
knee... it bisects the knee..."
to do with the upper part of the Kilt or "hanging the plaid" |
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