Box Pleat Kilt (apx. 4-5 yards)
Considered to be the first type of sewn pleat in a kilt. First photos from late 1700s and in the 19th Century this was how the kilts were made.
Using between 4 - 5 yards of fabric and generally pleated to one of the stripes. This sample shows the Smith Reproduction tartan pleated to the red stripe. The material was actually woven for the customer and then the kiltmakers did the making of the box pleats. Prices starting at $399. Allow 10 weeks for delivery. Call for details and measuring guidelines.