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About Paula Duncan Bespoke Kilt Making

I'm a bespoke kilt maker living in North East Scotland.  I'm a sole trader making beautiful hand stitched kilts which take me around 30 hours to create.  I also teach this amazing heritage craft.  I worked at Keith Kilt School for 5 years teaching the SQA course to the highest standard.  Now I teach from home with small classes of max 2 students,  so its a very thorough training.  I absolutely love  showing students the magic of taking 8m of cloth and sculpting it to a unique body shape. My kilts are all about the quality and I believe each one is a work of art!  I also work with Jen from Sporran Nation who makes the most incredible one off sporrans.  I buy  jackets from Lochcarron and socks from House of Cheviot to complete the outfit.  I believe the kilt attire is an expression of your individuality!

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I specialise in beautiful hand stitched kilts with details to make them unique to the wearer.  I source amazing cotton linings to give customers an individual finish and for them  to smile as they put their kilt on ! I wear kilts myself and believe ladies should embrace the magic of wearing this sustainable garment. A kilt should last a life time and should be worn and celebrated.


Paula Duncan Bespoke Kilt Making

McHardy Interpretation Kilt

This tartan was inspired by an heirloom kilt made of McHardy tartan, belonging to the Christie family from Blackhills Estate.  Mr James Sugden who was friends with Mr Christie wove this tartan at Johnstons of Elgin.  I now have the privilege of making the new heirloom kilts. This one was for Mr Christie’s grandson’s 21st.