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 My First Kit: Under the Plates

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Re: My First Kit: Under the Plates
« Reply #30 on: Jun 20, 2014, 02:37 PM »
My mother's maiden name was McElhiney and my dad's is Nicholson so I'm not sure if I'm Scottish or Irish or just a mutt.
To be honest with all of the research I have done Irish and Scottish heritages are generally intermingled due to clan migration. If you want to look up your clan tartan google the Tartan Ferret for Scottish Tartans Authority and type in your family name it'll give you either a clan tartan or if Irish should show the county tartan otherwise you can (just because your celtic) jump into a nice komfy kilt and feel the lovely breeze between your knees..... I personally love my kilts and adding a pleated Kama to my kit is an awesome idea... Now if I could spare the cash for one of Saz' Celtic knot buckets it would be an awesome thing at least in my mind I'd be a Celtic commando!

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Re: My First Kit: Under the Plates
« Reply #31 on: Jun 20, 2014, 06:34 PM »
Try your hand at metalworking. You coule make a Celtic knot with some thick steel wire or even some thinly cut sheet metal.

 


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