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 To cut a long story short, unfortunately, yes they are.
 I can relate! Looking good nevertheless.
These make me laugh every time. Keep up the good work!
 Tussah is the perfect mix of linen and shantung. Definitely one of my favourites from Drake's.
The new Rubinacci pricing has been implemented on the site.   Ties: £115 - £95 (17%) Pocket Squares: £85 - £65 (23%) Bracelets: £40 - £35 (12%) Fortunello (green): £280 - £165 (41%) Fortunello (red): £460 - £285 (38%) Cufflinks: £315 - £230 (26%)   These prices are now permanent. Sales may be less frequent, but at least prices are in line with other retailers.
^ Very awesome haul!!
I honestly don't think it has anything to do with the fabric. The rolled edges may play a part, but I don't have a non-rolled example to look at.   Below is a picture of a standard woven silk jacquard, sorry for the crappy picture, you can see the roll pretty clearly though.     If you see this video of how Drake's ties are made, watch around the 35 seconds mark and about 1:24, you'll see how they press the ties. Tie Your Tie do not do this at all.  
 Different colourway, but he probably has the one above as well. http://www.patriziocappelli.it/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2_61&products_id=1676
 I think it comes from being very lightly pressed, if at all. The fabric is just folded and stitched.
 Thanks for the mention! As I just posted in the Noodle's thread, I use the same tie maker as Viola Milano. That being said, I've had no complaints regarding the size of the knot. Could be that VM mainly makes 7-folds which would have less lining than the 3-folds which I stock. With regard to Tie Your Tie, my order with them is for ties that are 3.25" (8cm) they seem thinner because of the 3D look but if you flatten it along the seams (kinda hard to explain!) it should be...
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