Kiltmaker tells of ‘extreme pride’ in kilt made of fabric given by King Charles

Scottish kiltmaker Graeme Bone has told of his “extreme pride” as he shared the story behind his most treasured creation, a kilt made from a bolt of fabric donated by King Charles. He was a steel worker but changed careers after becoming concerned for his health. The 36-year-old, from Auchinleck in Ayrshire, took part in the modern artisan programme offered by the Prince’s Foundation and found his calling in making traditional, hand-sewn kilts.