Glad I could help! there are some pretty good kilt making tutorials online. It's fairly simple as far as sewing goes, but it takes alot more fabric than I thought it would. I used one bottle of the Purple Liquid RIT Dye, and left the fabric in for 1 hr. Wool takes dye very well because its' a natural fabric, so be carful, its' always easier to go darker than to try and back the color out! :lolAre you serious?! I looked into the Drummond Grey at least a year ago! I can't believe I was so flipping CLOSE! You are fantastic. Seriously. THANK YOU. It sounds like you have to watch the dye bath like a hawk. I was leaving my current kilt fabric in a dye bath of 3 dye packets for hours on end with no result. And I did that at least 3 times. I am indeed planning on having my next kilt be an actual kilt, so looks like I need to do some price searching. I feel like getting a new kilt is the last big piece of the puzzle to getting the costume where I want it, so this comes as a huge relief. And as an awesome bonus I get to say, "Big Daddy helped me with my kilt!".