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you sm likee a classee guy bt i gess im not?oh welll i will justt have to mddle thru somehoww in my logger cloze
I'm a big fan of a 16" square. With the exception of a few heavier-weight fabrics, and our vintage kimono fabrics, all our PTO squares are that size. The kimono fabrics are actually woven at about 13" wide, so those are smaller for the reason. The occasional heavier fabric we just want to avoid a fat pocket.
I actually just ordered two shirt jackets from Carl (Shirtmaven). My mom (who's an antiques dealer and buys and sells a lot of textiles) bought some gorgeous old checked wool flannel. Sort of like a smaller version of a tablecloth check, one in cream and red and one in cream and blue. I thought about something like this Pendleton: but ending up going with something like this, but with a less sporty, more upright collar: Like DieWorkwear mentioned, I find this kind...
Well, there are other considerations.
Did you contact them, or just go straight to creating a forum account, then searching for a two-year-old thread to add some vitriol to?
I've seen them at Heimie's in Minneapolis and at Wingtip in SF.
I did not thrift one of these. But I wish I did SO BAD.
This is an awesome sweater.Love shopping for my boy.
If you have room in your closet to hang from the cuffs, the tension of the weight of the top of your trousers will keep them wrinkle-free and help maintain that crease. If I didn't have a half-height closet, I'd use these for all my trousers.
Here are some of our squares which I haven't posted pictures of yet. All of these are available in in our shop.
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