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Description Pleating to the sett. A kilt, with the pleats in the process of being laid out and pinned prior to stitching. The pleats are here pleated to the sett, a style of pleating which will result in the pattern of the sett being repeated across the back of the kilt. Oregon State tartan. Photo is copyright © 2006 by James F. Perry.
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current14:08, 14 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 14:08, 14 February 2006480 × 360 (125 KB)JFPerry~commonswikiMilitary pleating of a kilt
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