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At 21:28 on November 27, 2010, Carlo Branca said…
Hi David,
also my Blood is Black and Blue! :)
Just one Fait: F.C. Inter! :D

Carlo
At 10:02 on November 25, 2010, Piotr Golabek said…
hi! thanks for interest. please tell me what you are interested in in larger detail please!
At 22:58 on November 23, 2010, Katharina von Meyenn Sutton said…
I'd love to see your products!! Where can I see them?
katha.
At 0:38 on November 21, 2010, Olivia Barker said…
That would be fantastic- we can easily make bracelets to match necklaces and could definatly have a go at making scrunchies! If you dont mind that would be great thanks!
At 19:09 on November 19, 2010, Olivia Barker said…
Hi David,
I recieved the tartan paper- thank you so much! I am going to uganda in a couple of weeks so will take it with me and let you know how the jewellery turns out! Many thanks x
At 11:17 on November 16, 2010, Olivia Barker said…
Many thanks!
At 22:28 on November 15, 2010, Olivia Barker said…
That would be great thanks!
At 23:12 on November 14, 2010, Olivia Barker said…
Hi David,
Yes tartan paper would make great looking necklaces!
I looked at your tartans for africa website, the work you are doing looks great, Kids Club Kampala works in Uganda it would be great to link up.
At 9:21 on November 9, 2010, Annah Y O'Akwanu said…
I love the Tartan blazers and the dresses. Very well done.
At 9:20 on November 9, 2010, Annah Y O'Akwanu said…
Hi, David I had a look at the website as a deep lover of Scotland, I am really liking the concept, please keep me posted on the collaborative ideas, I can definitely bring my African ethnic input if needed.

Take care.
At 11:59 on November 7, 2010, Rebecca said…
What a great idea - I'm glad it works for you.
However, not sure I could use tartan as an ongoing fabric - it's a very specific look... But I like your reasons for doing it. Do you offer plains too?
At 18:38 on November 6, 2010, Rebecca said…
By the way, I'm loving the tartan sheep! :)
At 18:37 on November 6, 2010, Rebecca said…
Hi David. Thanks for your message. Whilst your forte is clearly tartan, is it exclusively so? Rebecca
At 18:59 on November 1, 2010, Giulia di Bitonto said…
thank you very much. I'm just starting my brand. I work from Italy at the moment. I'm trying to be from start as much ethical as I can. If you can advice some good suppliers of organic fabric or from sustainable sources in Italy or London or Glasgow I'd really appreciate it. Also I'd like to ask if you ever heard of 'ethical leather', i.e. leather from animal dead for natural causes.
Thanks Julia
At 6:52 on October 28, 2010, mark starmanns said…
Thanks for your comment, David. Regards, Mark
At 5:17 on October 28, 2010, Jean Elliott said…
yes I do
At 21:23 on October 25, 2010, Marlene Middlemiss said…
Hi David, I think you are correct in your statement about wool. I never really thought about it as sustainable but you are right. No animal dies, the wool is sheered off and God knows tartans have been around for ever! If you make kilts the fabric has no loss in the way it is cut also. Thanks for the insight! Marlene
At 16:02 on October 24, 2010, Arti Sandhu said…
Hi David, thanks for the message. Yes, please keep me posted on what collaborative project your developing ~ Arti (Columbia College Chicago)
At 20:24 on October 21, 2010, Shelley Botha said…
hi, yes! i am indeed interested... I'm starting a clothing brand and desperately need an ethical supplier data base.. i'm so excited,
At 11:21 on October 15, 2010, Murray Kirkham said…
Hello David,

Good afternoon to you. Could you please define in which area you are interested? Products?
Best regards

Murray

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