Talent!!

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Talent!!

Postby general-gordon » 28 Jul 2016 20:49

Hi All,

Just thought I would share a few photographs with you.

A few days ago I had the good fortune to have a hands on view of some remarkable uniforms all made by a very talented Gentlemen, He has requested to remain anonymous but has given his permission to have the photos posted.

All headgear has the rest of the uniform which is made to the same museum quality complete with Breastplates, Belts and pouches.

Malcolm.
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Re: Talent!!

Postby tabony » 29 Aug 2016 10:32

I'd be interested to know how he made the red and black caterpillar.

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Re: Talent!!

Postby general-gordon » 29 Aug 2016 20:07

Hi Martin,

I will try and find out but he is a bit computer shy, I think it may have been wool from weave your own carpet kit but I will try and confirm it.

Malcolm.
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Re: Talent!!

Postby tabony » 01 Sep 2016 19:28

Locally called a "Proggy Mat" :)

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