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New Kilt Belt Embelishments

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I'm adding a few new embossing patterns to the options for my kilt belts. In addition to the standard Celtic Knot design

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You can now choose to incorporate one of these 3 designs between the Celtic knot, or you could simply choose to have one of these designs spaced evenly around the length of the belt.

Arrow

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Circle

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Square / Diamond (specify orientation)

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Sorry for the dark Pics. I will get some better shots on the web site soon.

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:wink: Those are nice, I really like this one:

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Budog. 8)

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ooooh, I like that circle as well. Soon both you and Turpin are going to recieve a call....But in what color......

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Now I NEED to get a set in black . . .

to go with the Thorfin I have on order . . .

(Where is my $$$$$?????)

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:? The $$$ is my issue right now too. But, I am going to start saving, and buying one thing at a time! :wink:

Budog. 8)

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Those look great Cavsscout!

I just ordered my first kilt belt and sporran strap from Cavscout today. I ordered them in black. My next belt will be brown with the embossing on them.

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ooooh, I like that circle as well. Soon both you and Turpin are going to recieve a call....But in what color......

How about several flaps in different colors? :lol::P

Steve, Those little additions are a really nice touch.

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