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Steampunk Kilt and Gentleman Pockets.

Post  techdragon on Tue Oct 14, 2008 7:28 am

Since I was encouraged to share my other Etsy items here... I think I will. Please let me know if this is not appropriate.

The collection was started with the Steampunk Kilt:


By techdragon at 2008-10-13

A custom made kilt featuring hand-painted 100% cotton base with antique brass rivets, gear and chain-link buttons and leather accents (including cutout shapes riveted/stitched on and a pleat return). This kilt had a rotary clasp right handed pocket and two smaller pockets on the left hand side. The apron cross-lock and leather strapping are adjustable and add a bit more flare to the function of the kilt.


And then expanded to also include my Spare Pockets - the newest variety being the Gentleman's Pockets (Holster style)


By techdragon, shot with COOLPIX S4 at 2008-10-13

I love making custom orders and new exciting projects... it is only time that keeps me from making all the ideas in my head (and I am getting better at making time).

I have a lot of photos on my Flickr Site and my Etsy store

I hope you enjoy and also, please give me any feedback you have. I really appreciate it.
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Post  CaptZaphod on Tue Oct 14, 2008 7:45 pm

Can't wait to get my spare pockets!
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Post  ms_boo_dreadful on Tue Oct 14, 2008 8:44 pm

i cant wait to get my ladies extra pockets my husband keeps calling them the BAB "Bustle amo belt" hehe... hmm i think he might think im explosive perhaps?
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Post  justredstockings on Tue Oct 14, 2008 9:05 pm

Please refrain from showing us that awesome kilt unless you brought enough for the whole class. Wink

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Post  Lady Penelope on Tue Oct 14, 2008 9:17 pm

That kilt is seriously full of awesome. The holster is nice also, but that kilt.... *sigh*
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Post  CaptZaphod on Wed Oct 15, 2008 1:12 am

ms_boo_dreadful wrote:i cant wait to get my ladies extra pockets my husband keeps calling them the BAB "Bustle amo belt" hehe... hmm i think he might think im explosive perhaps?
Well...if you're a redhead, like my Boo is...then you must have an explosive temper like her. Wink
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Post  ms_boo_dreadful on Wed Oct 15, 2008 6:57 am

hehe naturally redhead but i choose to be brunet Razz
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Post  CaptZaphod on Wed Oct 15, 2008 5:57 pm

ms_boo_dreadful wrote:hehe naturally redhead but i choose to be brunet Razz

Shocked Why would you mess with perfection?



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Post  Prof. George of Chaos on Wed Oct 15, 2008 6:18 pm

You've been making magnificent things, techdragon...

I adore those front closures on the kilt, what are they callled?

And so I might know for future reference, if a vegetarian were to comission you, would you have access to anything you can substitute for the leather (or consider using recycled, perhaps)?
It's mostly academic right now, but I'd certinly appreciate knowing.

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Post  techdragon on Fri Oct 24, 2008 5:17 am

Prof. George of Chaos wrote:You've been making magnificent things, techdragon...

I adore those front closures on the kilt, what are they callled?

And so I might know for future reference, if a vegetarian were to comission you, would you have access to anything you can substitute for the leather (or consider using recycled, perhaps)?
It's mostly academic right now, but I'd certinly appreciate knowing.

The front closures.... I am not sure what they are called actually - they are "links".

But I am always more than willing to work within people's beliefs so a non-leather version would be doable Smile I love working with new materials.
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Post  Prof. George of Chaos on Mon Oct 27, 2008 9:38 pm

Thanks ver' much, and I'm very pleased to hear it.

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