Uncle Al wrote:Over/Under Apron and Velcro.
The Over Apron should have 2 sections of Velcro.
One at each end of the apron's waistband. This
will be attached to the 'inner' side of the waistband
The Under Apron should have 2 sections of Velcro,
attached at similar locations on the 'outer' side of
the waistband. When the aprons cover each other,
the Velcro sections will meet and secure the waistband
to Each Other.
Just add a belt to tightly secure the kilt(so it doesn't
go 'south' on you ). Then add your sporran,
'fanny-pack' or belt-bag and you're off and running
I've made a couple of kilts and I used straps and buckles
instead of Velcro. The 'concept' is the same
My suggestion regarding the Velcro is use a full section across the aprons
this instead of trying to mate two small sections together.
Velcro is not terribly expensive and the more there is of it the more powerful the holding pieces together.